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Encouragement or Correction
  • isvara
    Posts: 580
    I need some help along the way.
    My progress is slow.  Currently my experience is:
    After a short time on insertion I can feel the prostate and the SGX connect. Recently I have been able to keep my PC muscle non active and out of the way. I have noticed that the SGX will cause a tightening against the prostate in different places (some hard and some squishy) even down to the back of the BC (penis bulb).  I have no active response from the anal sphincters.

     In the past I found it hard not to respond by tightening the PC muscles to follow the tightening. I can override the independent tightening and it will go away. 

    I am think I am right to allow the SGX & prostate to do their own thing, not to interfere and to try not to respond with the PC.
  • Linum
    Posts: 186

    isvara - I know what you mean about slow progress.  Mine is steady, and after a year and half, I am now getting some significant pleasure from my eupho.  The fact that you can feel the SGX touching your prostate is a good thing - there are lots of guys who don't yet know what that feels like, and are frustrated as a result.  If you can feel it putting pressure on the prostate - isn't that a slight involuntary contraction of the rectal muscles?


    Personally, I get a LOT of pleasure from the PC muscles joining in, and mostly they do it without a mental request from me.  For me it is the interaction of all of the muscle groups that causes involuntaries, which then leads on to greater pleasure.  I don't try to stop anything from happening.  I don't try to make things happen either.  A lot of guys swear by some light PC muscle holding, and if a session is losing momentum, I have had some success in prolonging the pleasure by doing this.


    I am still a "work in progress" however, and 6 months from now, I may have a different take on this.


    Good luck with "the journey"

  • isvara
    Posts: 580
    Quote " I don't try to stop anything from happening.  I don't try to make things happen either."  Yes, yes!
    Thank you,  it would be easy to get lost without the forum support.
    So grateful that some people had instant super 'Os' otherwise we would never know it was possible.
  • Linum
    Posts: 186
    Yes I agree - I am also grateful that people who didn't get super-Os, also got super-Os after patience, rewiring, and whatever else, and that they tell us how they did it.  Thanks guys.
  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,672
    Isvara,

    Your doing fine. In my opinion, you're taking a more advanced approach by doing nothing. Early on and for all but the last six months of my Aneros practice, doing nothing got me nothing for results. I'm not saying that what you are doing is wrong, just try to keep an open mind to experimenting with different techniques.
  • Linum
    Posts: 186
    Thanks for your contribution, Love is.  I have tried the "do something" approach, and haven't had as much success as just letting it happen - I guess we are all different, as is often said in this forum.
  • isvara
    Posts: 580
    Thanks Love-is, it has only been very recently that the do nothing has been affective, Even so I am not totally passive.. I find that I can get going if I do some very slight tightening all round the place. The difficulty is getting out of the way when I feel the spontaneous SGX/prostsate interaction. Only recently have I been able to separate my bit from their bit.
  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,672
    Hey no problem!  Indeed we are all different. But I'm glad you are getting some results.

    [q]The difficulty is getting out of the way when I feel the spontaneous SGX/prostsate interaction.[/q]

    LOL   I totally understand this dilemma!
  • Kev
    Posts: 87
    Hey! There's definitely a big difference between doing nothing and being passive! I think you should never get passive even if you do nothing. I mean that you stay very alert all the time while doing nothing..  Just keep your body and mind "open" and energetic..

    Kev