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What should I be feeling?
  • As a first time user, what should I be feeling when the Aneros is first inserted?
    I want to make sure the Aneros isn't missing whatever it's supposed to hit completely.

    Thanks!
  • artformartform
    Posts: 1,488
    Hi playsafeornot! :) Welcome the Forum and our great and growing community here.

    If you are familiar with anal play, you may find that you get an early start with the gentle whispers/tingles at your prostate. For many new to anal pleasures, initial responses may be in the anal tissues themselves as they get used to insertions. Many find it can take some time for the prostate to "awaken" to this touching/pressure from your aneros gently pushing/gliding/rubbing over the rectal muscle wall that contacts your prostate. It can also take time for your anal muscles to begin to react with the involuntary contractions that will power the mobility potential of your aneros.

    Build your arousal in a way that also lets you relax your body and be open to its responses and allow them to go where they will. Use these early days to check out the site Learning Centre, the Wiki and the Sticky threads at the top of the Forum page. You will find many perspectives and the great range of experiences as each man's journey with aneros is unique.

    all the best as your journey begins and begins to unfold into your own potentialities

    artform
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,257
    playsafeornot,

    This is a tricky question to answer. The word “should” implies that there is some kind of expected sensation to be experienced. The problem here is that it sometimes takes men an indeterminate period of time to start tuning into the subtle sensations their prostate generates in response to the Aneros massagers. This process involves your "awakening" your prostate, listening to your body, becoming more attuned to the many subtle feelings being generated and then gently nurturing those feelings into heightened physical and emotional states. Each person is unique so the steps along the pathway will differ for each one of us, there is no ONE formula for progress nor is there a predictable time schedule one might follow.

    As 'BF Mayfield' said 5 sessions may not have yet started to awaken your prostate. You did, however, indicate in your prior post that you felt sensations when partially inserting your MGX, these are the same sensations you may feel upon complete insertion when your prostate has been awoken. Patience is necessary when learning to tune into your body and listen to its soft sensory language. The Aneros experience is a paradigm shift in thinking away from traditional penile stimulation based orgasms. If you leave any expectations you may have in abeyance while you begin your adventurous journey, your learning speed will be advanced.
  • DeepDeep
    Posts: 78
    To get an idea of what an aneros feels like you might want to try touching your prostate with your finger. Give it a gentle massage. If you don't feel anything or it's not pleasurable, like artform and rumel said, your prostate will likely have to be 'awakened'.
  • artformartform
    Posts: 1,488
    Yes Deep! Great advice, IMHO.

    Just be sure to clip and smooth your finger nail(s) back to the flesh connection, the quick!

    all the best biogeographic hiking and biogeometric resonating men all

    artform