A Simple Technique For Super Intense Orgasms And Happy Clients
Updated: Jan 4, 2019
Most men probably aren't aware of this but with enough focus and dedication, a man is able to separate his ejaculation from his orgasm as they can function completely independent of each other. We are mentally conditioned to do both at the same time but this usually results in a sudden drop in sex drive and a need to recover.
It's funny how as men, we can go from wanting to rip a woman's clothes off and devour her like a caged beast in every way conceivable, to wanting to put our feet up and play PS4 all within the space of 45 minutes.
The benefit of holding your ejaculation is well documented and is proven to massively increase sexual performance and produce super intense levels of arousal, which in my own personal experience has been absolutely phenomenal.
For some, the thought of holding back an ejaculation may seem completely counter-intuitive but there is actually a very good reason for you to do so and the effects are almost immediately noticeable.
By using some simple breathing exercises with slow, deep penetration, not only will you be able to learn how to experience waves of super intense orgasmic pleasure, but you'll also be able to give your client mind-bending orgasms that she'll never forget. The magic is in the deep steady breathing from your lower stomach and slow penetration where you focus on her ever response and fine-tune your technique accordingly.
The thing about Tantric sex is that the longer you last, the more turned on you become and it gets to a point where you may need to pause for bathroom breaks, food and maybe even take the dog out for a walk. These types of sessions can easily last 3 to 4 hours or more so have fun with it and make it part of your day.
So what exactly is Tantra?
Tantra is a sexual practice found in both Buddhism and Hinduism, dating back to India over 6,000 years ago, that embraces sexual energy as a way of achieving enlightenment through sex. The word Tantra means "to show, to expand, and to weave." In this context, sex is thought to expand consciousness and strengthen the connection between the masculine (Shiva) and the feminine (Shakti).
Tantra is much more about a mindset rather than special techniques or a sexual position. It teaches how to connect with a partner (or a client) in a way that goes way beyond the physical and can lead to a much deeper and more intense level of arousal.
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