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HELP! The pleasure is out of control!
  • My rewiring was complete six months ago.

    Active life is normal, but relaxing has been transformed.

    In every sitting and laying moment, my legs and lower back pulse with pleasure. The muscles tingle in waves, as if a magic wand were being passed over me. With the slightest mental assistance, the waves grow and can be guided to flow in any desired three-dimensional pattern throughout my body. Seated, I can relish the sensations and listen to conversations with a lack of anxiousness typical to me in the past. Laying, these waves carry me into a deep sleep, devastated by a sense of rest.

    What on earth is going on?  How can a feeling of muscles activity leave me so relaxed? Are my muscles going to wear out from tingling all the time?

    Were my muscles always taught before, with the new twitching evidence of a <lack> of tension? It's as if the aneros has made me less "up tight"! Let loose during sex, the sensations are so wild I'm afraid my wife is going to ask "what happened to you"? (Not that she isn't enjoying it too.) She did comment one night while falling to sleep "you are pulsing". What can I say?

    How can something so beneficial have been lost to me for so long? Why aren't these benefits more widely known?

    How would Darwin explain this?

  • euphemisticeuphemistic
    Posts: 961
    Sounds like your life has changed for the better, WallyBanger. I'm happy for you. For some guys these anerosless sessions can be distracting or uncomfortable. You are lucky. I would like every man to know about this too. Enjoy.
  • Theme_GasmTheme_Gasm
    Posts: 805
    @WallyBanger --- I am truly happy for your rewiring and transformation!

    I have also been blessed with at-will orgasmic pleasure...and I am both excited and humbled by such amazing abilities! My life is much different as well!

    Spreading the word is quite challenging because our experiences are so easily dismissed as fantasy by anyone who has not felt the depth and beauty of what we can do!

    Orgasm on!

  • mdadmdad
    Posts: 139
    I've had weeks that were like this. After a couple of really good sessions in a row, my prostate is ON, FULL-TIME. Every time I sit, or close my eyes, it starts stirring again and tingling and shooting pleasure waves all throughout my body. I find myself lying on the couch with my eyes closed in the middle of the day sometimes because I want to give in to it. It's distracting, but fun. Usually, it goes away and then it takes a little bit to bring it back (i.e. my body's natural cycle seems to require a little downtime from prostate play to get back to the peak again).
  • MattpMattp
    Posts: 127
    How distracting is this as you spend your day at work? As I am in front of numerous people at work every day, I wonder how this will play out once I hit a super O.
  • When active and focused on a task, it's not distracting or noticeable at all.

    But when relaxing in a chair, the waves begin uncontrollably and can be enhanced at will. How distracting? It can be very distracting in a boring meeting or when someone is going on at length and you already know what they are going to say. So i'm finding that the waves come in pretty handy at work. The kind of thing that might lead people to observe that I'm more calm than I used to be.

    The "help!" has more to do with the frequency of uncontrollable p waves at home, given how often I relax to read or sleep. I feel at those muscles twitching and it kinda freaks me out, while feeling great at the same time.

    If I had read any of this a year ago, I would never have believed it.
  • mdadmdad
    Posts: 139
    Mattp said:

    How distracting is this as you spend your day at work? As I am in front of numerous people at work every day, I wonder how this will play out once I hit a super O.

    I agree with @wallybanger here. When my mind is focused elsewhere, it isn't really a problem. Occasionally, I'll be driving, or eating with friends, and I get a "surge", but I doubt it would be a problem in front of people. In meetings, however, sitting down and getting sleepy, better have a good poker face...
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,492
    I concur with @WallyBanger & @mdad, the incidence of spontaneous p-wave activity is not bothersome at all and is easily dealt with as background sensations. It is only when you relax and focus in on them that they expand into your consciousness, pleasurable but not strong enough to disable your prioritized activities.
    @mdad, you don't have to have a poker face, you could have a Buddha smile face Buddha
    image Good Vibes to You ! image
  • Cearul8Cearul8
    Posts: 10
    Sounds like an amazing experience!
  • inhopeinhope
    Posts: 1,260
    i found the p waves that lasted all day to be a distraction but got used to them. Now i just feel longing for them because i haven't had them in a long time (it sure feels like) :-(
  • BigOluverBigOluver
    Posts: 255
    I am actually at the same point as you. With being rewired and having a year of aneros experience under my belt each moment now for me is pleasurable. If I doze off into a quick nap pleasure seems to seep in my brain and sends waves through out my entire body. Its amazing feeling but uncontrollable at times. But with kegels and making sure that my breathing is always steady I do alright. This is a great milestone for you.
  • There are two rhythms of the body we are fully aware of - the breath and the pulse.

    But when Aneros takes over with a third rhythm that is faster then breathing and slower than the heart, it is very strange and spooky feeling.

    Is this actually the rhythm of the intestine, a motion fully natural but otherwise not in our awareness?