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A question for the experienced
  • bill3763
    Posts: 24
    After ten months of increasingly pleasurable use I am wondering if this series of sensations occurs with others. Involuntaries begin quite soon now, whether with Helix or Progasm. Soon after, I feel as if the prostate is "rolling" as it is massaged ... and then often a slow, rhythmic contraction occurs that begins inside and works outward ... next the sensation of pressing outward (i.e., glossary "bearing down") involuntarily occurs at the same time. It builds but as it builds it seems to counteract those wonderful contractions ... I have the sense that another kind of contraction could begin from the "pressing outward" as well, only these would begin outside and work inward. Combined with the others I can hardly imagine the result. At any rate, do these sensations seem familiar to anyone else? Any suggestions for avoiding the sequence in which the outward pressure seems to interfere with the inward contractions rather than build another set of contractions? Thanks for the many good posts to this forum.
  • BusterBuster
    Posts: 953
    Hi Bill,

    I read this post over a couple of time to try and figure out what you were doing and during the second read I thought "he is trying too hard!" I guess with me, I subscribe to the "do nothing" approach. I just lay there and I am usually listening to Rumel's HypnAerosession CD and things just naturally start. You listen to Alana's commands and it is a no-brainer. There are times during a session that I do some light contractions on my own, but the heavy ones are a response from my body during a Super O.

    I hope this helps.
  • bill3763
    Posts: 24
    Buster--
    What I describe (perhaps not very clearly) are all responses that I do not "try for". I can intensify them by doing a set of contractions and it is true that additional intensity often produces more pleasure. Perhaps I will wait and do nothing as an alternative.
    Bill
  • BusterBuster
    Posts: 953
    That's great Bill. I am glad these are all involuntary. If this series of events are involuntary then I am not too sure about what you can do to make them stop. I am reminded of certain things that happened to me at various stages of this journey. One was a muscle cramp that I would get in my back when things started to intensify because I would tense up. It was nerve racking because the cramp would kill any great feelings. What I had to do was work through it. As these sensations became more familiar, the less I would tense up. I am sorry that I am not more helpful with your specific issue.