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This song apparently does it for me.
  • Edward Maya -- Stereo Love

    YouTube - Edward Maya & Vika Jigulina - Stereo Love (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

    Every time I listen to this song, be it on the radio or even Youtube, such as above, my prostate starts to tingle immediately and involuntaries begin. I've had some mini dry Os just driving listenting to this song. I thought that perhaps I was in a aroused state already, but it doesn't matter when I listen to the song. I have to focus to not experience prostate tingling and throbbing. I assume it's a frequency response, but I couldn't tell which frequency I'm reacting to. I was wondering if Rumel, Artform, or some of our other frequency tuned vets might react the same way, or get a fell for what's moving in the song to cause the reaction.

    Also, does anyone else get a vibe from this song? I want to emphasize it's not the video, because this first happened in the car listening to the song on the radio. It's the music for sure.
  • Korkelz
    Posts: 294
    I seriously doubt it's a frequency, I believe it's your affinity with the sonic quality of the music... and I'm not surprised it's dance music. Something about electronic music, being only able to exist in a form of pure energy (electrical, not artificial!), possibly creates a transcendent experience. In other words, it's "fantasy" music.

    Try this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shBKTA3QIok

    Edit: When I'm in a good mood I can experience extreme happiness listening to my most favorite music.
  • Korkelz, I do like this song a lot! It's the first time I've heard it. Thanks for sharing. I'll be investigating more from this artist. However, it does not produce the same effect as Stereo Love. It seems to me to be a bass beat, but I'm not sure. I certainly can see how I feel what I feel because of how you described it. The song I react to is one that reminds me of another song that my girlfriend and I used to share as a "getting ready for the club" mix. Those were the times when she and I would be out till the clubs closed, and we started dating that way. We really just let ourselves go and get into the energy of the dance. That's when we began to spark and ignite with each other. I have always been a huge fan of dance music, and electronica in general. Trance certainly is my favorite genre with rave slightly coming in second.

    I wonder if I can find more music linked to cherished memories that produce a similar effect. Maybe it's my memory of being in an aroused state with a person I just met, but whom I've come to love very deeply. It is simply wonderful how music moves us and inspires us. Thanks for the input Korkelz.
  • Korkelz
    Posts: 294
    Cyrez, very interesting. I thought it was just rikaaim experiencing this. Might it be possible you're experiencing this because the possibility of experiencing p-waves through music has been suggested? You are telling your brain "hey, it's possible to feel P-waves through music... (brain) oh really? ok lets do that!" This is not to be confused with "placebo"! I experience new things all the time just by reading stuff on the forum.

    For me, I find the voice to be annoying and overall sound to be nothing special. However, I am a composer of electronic music myself and the importance of getting the very best sound is second only to experiencing a super-orgasm, I can be pretty closed-minded when it comes to music.
  • Korkelz
    Posts: 294
    I am able to experience P-waves more often because they are pleasurable and inspiring to me. Chills are not. Is the association of them being good lead to them actually feeling good? Or do they always feel unpleasurable that you must pretend feels good? Or did they feel good first? So then, you don't feel intense chills that lead to orgasms do you? I assume you're feeling the kind of P-waves that most of us feel, that which leads to an orgasm. So how did chills become P-waves?
  • Korkelz
    Posts: 294
    Alright, I'll experiment with that. One of the best ways I know how to create chills is to have my wife caress my skin with warm hands when I'm cold.
  • Korkelz
    Posts: 294
    Wait a minute here, you know there's something else that's not often discussed that I seem to be turning into pleasure; the tingly sensation I get in my hands and feet that is similar to "lack of blood flow." The difference is that it's not a "numbing" feeling, it easily comes about when I wear big winter gloves and don't move my hands for a while, or sometimes when I simply don't move my hands or feet... wonder if it's the opposite of "lack of blood flow," possibly extra blood flow that creates the sensation. This seems to help bring on P-waves in the right situation.

    Also, I've read some people on the forum write about testical tingling which feels like what I am describing, except that's in the balls. I've felt that a few times and now realize I should pay attention to that as well.

    Maybe the point to be gained here is that P-waves can sometimes be hard to come by, but if you focus on a sensation that is more often felt, they can lead to greater pleasure quicker than a more elusive sensation.
  • cyrezcyrez
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    Congratulation, now you've opened your eyes to new possibilities, i wish you good luck in your journey.

    Perhaps i'll see you in othe next life when we're both cats =p
  • Cyrez, why did you delete your posts? I found them most intruiging and insightful! I came back again to see what else you had to say. I'm also glad to here that I'm not the only one moved by the song.

    I, like you, have had P-waves without an Aneros device. In fact, I had them long before I knew about Aneros or this forum. I would imagine myself in a sexual situation with a man and BAM! My whole lower region would go crazy. It was to the point where I was on the verge of a wet orgasm simply by thinking about it. I can testify that there is a significant different feeling from the physical influence of the Aneros versus the mental stimulation though. Both are simply delightful in their own way. Maybe I'll send you a PM and we can converse some more.
  • cyrezcyrez
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    I deleted them because i was under the impression that i had strayed a little bit too far off topic, this post was about audio frequency response of the prostate and korkelz asked and i created two huge post + a few smaller ones on the inner mechanics of p-waves. Sorry =)

    I was kinda hoping that the feelings from not using a aneros would be very similar. Ive been struggling for thirteen months to be able to orgasm without an aneros (and i still havent been able to orgasm with the aneros), but it feels pretty damn amazing though =)

    I got this pulsing thing inside of me, that just go on and on, and i cant control it directly with my mind, but with proper stimulation the pulse get harder and it's very rhythmical. I've been curious for some time now what it is, and if others got the same thing.