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Do nothing, I keep contracting voluntarily!
  • I noticed that when I attempt the do nothing method which is the most successful for me so far, that when the Aneros actually starts to move and i become aware of this I do a contraction and this stops any progress I had in the session even before involuntaries. Could this be due to the fact that im still getting used to using the Aneros and having something move on its own in there haha. Anyone had this before or got any tips?




  • same here, i think it's anticipation, you're like me , you want that super-o asap :-)
  • PommiePommie
    Posts: 733
    This seems to be a very common problem and nothing to worry about. It is simply proof that you are in the process of learning and continued practice will overcome it.
    Try to ignore the contractions and keep relaxing. Eventually it will become second nature but is not easy for many.
    Join the club!
  • Involuntaries for me are contractions that I seem to do voluntarily but just can't help it. Regardless, I go on to super o's just fine.
  • AneRico
    Posts: 218
    TekWiz,

    I am new, but very successful SuperO'ing.  Here's my take:

    I really pay close attention to those contractions that I do.  For me they are a response to a sudden burst of 'sensation' or 'pleasure'.  I work pretty conscientiously to stay with those pleasure sensations and not contract against them when they happen.  Its a process of learning to let the feelings roll into me.  

    But as the others have said, this is normal, good, and indicates progress.  

    As you learn to not react with contractions so quickly, pay attention to the sensations that arise within you.  Ask yourself what you are feeling and see if you can even cause those sensations to kind of 'spread out' a little within you so they 'diffuse' into you.  (just a thought)