Wednesday, 4 September 2019

MUST READ: Men's Bedroom Manual To Satisfy Their Wives (Part 3)

Sensual Play:


Be Spontaneous!

Sensual play is tremendously important to your emotional happiness and your sexual life.

Forget the preconditioned programmes and learn to pleasure each other’s bodies in ways that acknowledge the needs of the heart, mind and emotions of your partner at any particular moment.

Also, become more aware of your own physical and emotional needs which will require different degrees of tactile stimulus depending on your own shifts in mood.

Acknowledge that there are times when either of you may want to be hugged and held, kissed and stroked, but may not necessarily be ready for full sexual intercourse.

Couples often hold back from comforting physical contact because they are afraid it will lead to sexual intercourse for which they are not ready.

If either you or your partner is under stress and simply not in the mood for sex, or if you have an infection or disability that would make intercourse unwise or undesirable, there is no need to abstain from loving physical contact.

In its broadest sense, physical contact answers a huge spectrum of human needs, sexual and non-sexual, as well as a certain sensual state which exists between the two.

Becoming Sexually Alive: Play with each other’s bodies in such a way that you enjoy each touch for its own sake, and try not to worry about achieving an orgasm, because that will create a subtle tension.

Every person has different sexual responses, so explore with each other what turns you both on.

There is no specific programme of foreplay techniques that will be able.

Hygiene Matters: Sensual foreplay means close physical contact with every part of your body, so take special care of your hygiene so that your body is fresh, clean and smelling good.

Nothing is quite such a turn-off as unpleasant body odours, bad breath, smelly feet or dirty nails.
Passionate Kiss
Bathe or shower beforehand, alone or even better together, and try adding a few drops of luxuriant aphrodisiac essential oils, such as jasmine, ylang-ylang, patchouli or sandalwood, to the bathwater.

If you have eaten a spicy meal, garlic or onions beforehand, smoked a cigarette, or drunk alcohol, make sure that you clean your teeth and rinse out your mouth.

Some people enjoy “rimming” in foreplay, the term used for anal stimulation.

If you do practise this, make sure you wash your fingers before inserting them into the vagina as you risk spreading the bacterial infection to its delicate tissues.

Taking special care about your hygiene is a statement of your self-esteem and also shows you care
about your partner.

Sensual Celebration: Sensual play can achieve something greater and more holistic than foreplay.

It can be a wholly satisfying experience in itself, an expression of love, and a celebration of the playful, sensual and erotic capacity of the human body.

Some questions are answered in this part. Especially the how part?

Sensual Celebration: Sensual play can achieve something greater and more holistic than foreplay.

It can be a wholly satisfying experience in itself, an expression of love, and a celebration of the playful, sensual and erotic capacity of the human body.

Basic Techniques: To guarantee sexual success. What pleases and thrills a different couple may not be as exciting or acceptable to another. [Preferences]

Also, sexual responses vary, not just from person to person, but at different psychological and biological stages of life and even day to day. [Patterns of life and Moods]
Learn to recognize your own sexual needs and those of your partner, and enjoy experimenting so you do not fall into boring patterns.[Learn each other's body]

It is not always easy to guess what a partner wants at any particular  time, so be prepared to talk to each other about your likes and dislikes. [Communication]

When something feels good, say so or make appreciative sounds. If it does not feel good, there is no need to criticize. Just say to your partner something like: “I would really like you to do this to me,” and then be prepared to explain or demonstrate exactly how you want to be touched. [Appriciate]

Rather than focusing your whole attention on the most obvious sexual areas, such as the genitals or breasts, read the section on erogenous zones to appreciate how the whole body can be responsive to erotic touch. Enjoy the exploration so that you can turn your foreplay into a delightful variety of sensual play. [Explore]

Making it Last: Take time to include sensual play as foreplay so that lovemaking lasts longer and is more luxurious, making every cell of your body come alive and more responsive while letting yourselves become emotionally open and relaxed with each other.
In this way, your sexuality can envelop your whole being.
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Written By Phillip Matowa

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