Hello my friend!
Less is more!
You’ve noticed with the Top, the lighter you contract a muscle, the more intense the sensations can get.
Intensifying Sensations with Minimal Contractions
The lighter the muscle contraction, especially in the Top (ischiocavernosus muscle), the more pronounced and intense the sensations can become. This contrasts with common perceptions that stronger contractions yield greater pleasure. It’s about fine-tuning your control to the slightest changes and sensations.
Control and Flexibility:
While engaging in minimal contractions, maintaining control is key. This isn’t about passive engagement but rather about active, controlled, yet gentle contractions. This approach enables a more nuanced exploration of pleasure.
Applying to Base and Center Muscles:
The principle of ‘less is more’ is also applicable to the Base and Center muscles. Gentle, controlled flexes in these areas can also yield significant pleasure, give it a try, stay low on the scale – you might be surprised!
No Pleasure Allowed?
An intriguing approach is the mental exercise of modulating pleasure. When you start feeling pleasure, you’re encouraged to mentally attempt to reduce it. This doesn’t mean physically altering your flex but rather using your mind to control the intensity of pleasure. Expecting more? Tone it down!
Approachin this the other way around can have surprising results..
Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results
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