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How to Achieve Multiple Orgasms

By November 18, 2010 - 12:11pm

When it comes to getting ‘turned-on’, men are mostly driven by visual and physical stimulation. For women, sex is much more of a mental and emotional experience. Stress is the most common obstruction in being able to feel optimum sexual pleasure. If your mind is full of distracting thoughts or if you’re upset about something, you may be unable to wholly experience all of the magnificent sensations our bodies our capable of. It’s imperative to decrease stress, tension and disturbance before embarking on a sexual journey with or without a partner. At the end of this article, there is a link to download an audio meditation to help quiet the mind and learn some of these meditation techniques to optimize orgasmic sensation.

Most women enjoy a combination of mental, emotional and physical stimulation to get them going. Although there are numerous erogenous zones, the clitoris is the main point of interest that evokes the most pleasure when stimulated. The clitoris is a complex network with over 8,000 nerve fibers concentrated in one tiny little bump! There are more pleasure-producing sensory receptors in the clitoris than any other part of the female body. There is a highly charged energy surge as the clitoral nerves interact with the 15,000 nerve fibers that service the entire pelvic area. It is truly an epicenter of explosive ecstatic potential possessing the power of generating more incomprehensible pleasure than you can handle!

READ MORE at my blog-site, PLUS enjoy a 6-minute Guided Meditation MP3 audio file to help you relax and learn a deep breathing exercise to experience more intense orgasms. Visit: http://www.oceanusnaturals.com/blog/how-to-achieve-the-big-%e2%80%98o%e2%80%99-and-more/

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