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I've got a question for you concerning your anatomy
  • JMay
    Posts: 113
    Hi!

    I'd like to know what kind of things you find on your anus, from the outside. What do you find if you go from your perinium, following that line all the way to your anus? Right where your anus starts, what can you feel there? Do you feel two bumps? (one on each side)
  • Clenchy
    Posts: 100
    As I sat there at my desk with a smelly finger, I somehow felt like the victim of a practical joke. :(
    I was all like - Hmm, let me check.

    I feel the ring of muscle at the anus, but I'm not sure I'd describe it as two of something.
  • JMay
    Posts: 113
    Hahahaha, no, not at all. Well, they are very small bumps, one on each side, where the anus begins.
    Check it out during a session, feel it.

    The thing is that I think they play an important role in all this.
  • euphemisticeuphemistic
    Posts: 372
    I'm in the bathtub and feeling down there. I can feel a bump that is harder than the surrounding tissue on the left side of the ridge just before the anus but not on the right side. is that good or bad? I think I've heard of these bumps from somewhere but don't remember where.
  • slimjm
    Posts: 497
    You may have tiny hemorrhoidal skin tags or slightly clotted or mildly engorged tiny hemorrhoidal veins you're feeling there, but there is no separately identifiable anatomic feature at the front of the anus or around the "ring" of the anus (the muscular external sphincter of your anus which is under voluntary muscle control) you normally feel with your fingertip.  I would think this is just a slightly variant feature of how your anus feels that would not be necessarily reproducible in other guy's experience.
  • euphemisticeuphemistic
    Posts: 372
    jmay, I've been exploring my peritoneal area with non-touch energy and found lots of different hot spots. I haven't figured them out or how to use them exactly but it's fun exploring. Whar did you have in mind with your original topic? Do you have these bumps? What do they do?
  • isvara
    Posts: 590
    @euphemistic, how do you sense/locate very small energy spots. I use the palm of my hand to pick up the "radiation". This gives me an area of around 1" (25mm) minimum.
  • euphemisticeuphemistic
    Posts: 372
    I move my hand very slowly like I'm using a diving rod, and notice how it feels inside. Sometimes muscles contract with the motion, especially if I move my hand further away and back. Moving my hand further increases the area of sensation and contraction. I like to wave my hand at my anus and perineum to get things moving inside. I haven't pinpointed the site that jmay describes yet but I'm just starting. Artform referred to that spot the other day in chat. Once I raised my hand above my head and was surprised to feel the sensations in my perineum, right through my body! This is all new and strange to me too. The energy seems to come from my fingers and can be directed to different parts when I separate my fingers.
  • euphemisticeuphemistic
    Posts: 372
    Diagrams of the area show a nexus of nerves and arteries including the pudental nerve and the posterior scrotal nerve which serve the area above the anus which you mention, Jmay. Arteries have nerves too. The BC muscle looks like it bridges the penis bulb and the front of the anus. I continue to explore this area with energy from my hand but there's so much going on there that it's hard to isolate anything. What were you getting at with your original question, Jmay?