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  • AneRicoAneRico
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  • ineverknewineverknew
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    i agree with some of what you say, but it is possible to have super O's with no device inserted.  I have had dry O's while aneroless.  Whether this is from muscle memory or whatever, not sure.
  • XilehXileh
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    I often get them outside of a session. They can be triggered by sitting on the right kind of chair which also happens to be the seat in my vehicle. They are usually accompanied by strong pwaves and leg muscle contractions. It can be very distracting, but I have not felt pain. Walking and standing provides quick relief.

    Your theory sounds pretty good to me!

    Xileh
  • AneRicoAneRico
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  • If they're enjoyable...just go with it! They may change over time!
  • isvaraisvara
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    I can't get my tablet to quote, AR, but you may be right. The contractions have been developed with an Aneros to work against. So the contractions continue looking for the resistance. It may be possible to train them. I am not anywhere near that yet!
  • PommiePommie
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    @AneRico,

    I know the feelings you are having and just give thanks for receiving these reactions. The "soreness" you describe is not a serious problem for me and I just accept that my body is telling me that my prostate is now awake.

    I have found over recent weeks that I wake in the morning to these sensations and, by concentrating on them, I can readily allow them to develop into dry Os that are almost as good is those with a tool inserted.

    Personally, I reckon it's great!
  • isvaraisvara
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    @Pommie. I am glad you give thanks for them: I just pray for them! :(
  • PommiePommie
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    @isvara,
    Have faith Brother!
    If I can receive these benefits, I'm darn'd sure you can too!
    Just keep practising!
    I pray with you.
    Pommie
  • AneRicoAneRico
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  • I would be very happy just to get the involuntaries even if painful at this point.
  • AneRicoAneRico
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  • Awesome buddy!
  • rumelrumel
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    AneRico,

    Your theory of involuntaries may have merit as a contributing factor for your experience. I think there are other factors involved as well which may be much more complex and involved. Jack Johnston (developer of the KSMO protocol) theorizes human beings have orgasmic behavior built into our genetic code. This is more than simple reproductive instinct but the pursuit of pleasure in its own right. I tend to agree with that theory. As such our consciousness needs to acknowledge, accept and embrace this DNA based life force energy. I think the Aneros journey is one of the pathways we are able to open ourselves to and access this energy.
    IMHO, the involuntary muscle spasms which you are experiencing are a manifestation of this energy (some call it Chi, Qi, Kundalini, Yin-Yang, etc.). Cultural/societal norms preclude us from openly embracing and acting with these energies when they occur in our bodies on a daily basis, so we first learn to suppress them (or try to anyway) but this is harmful to the body and leads to stress, anxiety and frustration, hence the feelings "... verge on being uncomfortable.". As you recently discovered, learning to relax into those sensations ("Just Let Go !") allowed this natural energy to flow through you just as your DNA was programmed to happen.
    Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on your point of view), our bodies don't respect time clocks or societal obligations like work schedules, family participation activities and a million other life activities so when these involuntaries suddenly spring upon us during the day we still need to deal with them, what to do? As some of the other responders have noted and with whom I agree, when possible, just go with them and let them pass through, enjoy the pleasures they bring. In most cases you may be able to simply sit down, close your eyes and enjoy them for the short moments they course through your body. During those other times when it is impossible to fully indulge yourself, you will find if your are highly focused and intensely involved in another activity those involuntaries are likely to be rather short lived as your mind knows there are other tasks to be addressed which are of higher priority.
    AneRico said:

    ...it was awesome. sheesh. how wild is that? I'm amazed.

    It is wild, it is amazing it is awesome what our bodies are capable of generating and feeling if we learn to get in tune and allow it to happen.
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  • AneRicoAneRico
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  • Is the soreness you speak of, muscle soreness. I sometimes get muscle soreness in my Abs which I attribute to the spasming which occurs during "chairgasms". I'm still in the learning phase myself. 6 weeks! I just started having Chairgasms yesterday and had approximately 12 of them since yesterday through today. My abs are certainly sore, as if I had an Ab workout.
  • AneRicoAneRico
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  • Hi @AneRico,

    I used to get involuntaries a great deal in the first few months of my Aneros journey. During that period, I also experienced quite a few chairgasms, walkinggasms, and a few bedgasms.

    But all this settled down a great deal since then. Now all "gasms" are located in my quivering and buzzing prostate.

    However this afternoon, when I was feeling tired and on the verge of falling asleep, it seemed that my quivering and buzzing prostate produced orgasms which passed throughout my whole body. I guess this all happened as a delayed reaction of my body to an intense session that I had Maximus, Tempo, and Progasm Classic earlier this morning. ;) :D

    Thom./BigGlansDC
  • AneRicoAneRico
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