I expect nearly every woman knows about the Kegel exercises and their benefits. But for many women simply knowing about them isn’t enough motivation to perform the exercises regularly or consistently.
The Kegel exercises tone and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. This provides many well-known benefits, including:
• more control over your pleasure,
• the ability to feel a man’s presence more fully,
• the ability to enjoy more intense orgasms,
• minimizing urine leakage.
But few women take the time to perform the Kegel exercises daily. This, I believe, is because of the clinical (impersonal) way in which these exercises are presented. For many women, knowing the benefits isn’t enough. Women need to feel an emotional connection to the benefits; a feeling of connecting to these benefits though her own thoughts and actions. When you feel this connection, you feel motivated to make these exercises part of your daily routine.
Creating this emotional connection is simple, but it does require a some effort and some dedication. You can create this connection with an NLP technique called anchoring. The technique has two steps: 1) you recall a time when you were savoring the anticipation of an upcoming sexual encounter. As you recall this time, you’ll feel the anticipation return. 2) You perform the Kegel exercises while holding on to the feelings of anticipation. Repeat this process every day for a week (two weeks for some people) and you will build this emotional connection that motivates you to perform the exercises daily.
Although the process is fairly simple, some women have difficulty getting started. And some women have difficulty creating a deep enough connection. This is where hypnosis can help. Hypnosis helps you relax, which makes it easier recall the desired state of mind and build the emotional connection between the state of mind and the exercises.
Hypnotic Dreams developed Hypnosis for a More Sensual Kegel, for this purpose. For more information, visit http://www.hypnoticdreams.com/for-women/kegel.html
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