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the pleasant feeling of post-orgasmic warmth in the lower body, esp. the pelvic floor, which can last for hours if not released through regular orgasm.


sensations like  involuntarycontractionspulsestingles or  buzzing after an intense Mindgasm  session, hours or a day later


short for Aneros-less, which means stimulation of the prostate without an Aneros toy, by simply utilizing internal muscles.

alpha waves

the kind of brain waves that occur during -> relaxation and drowsiness; usually a prerequisite for experiencing -> mindgasms


a specialised brand for prostate massagers, almost all of which are to be used hands-free, i. e. only with internal -> muscle -> contractions; see also -> toys

awakening (the source)

the process that leads to the discovery of the -> sweetspot; cannot be undone, but not to worry, it’s pleasurable! See also the blog post I did it – Now the tingles won’t stop….



the -> muscle (group) known as the -> sphincter found at the anus, keeps the “backdoor” shut

Big Squeeze

a -> Mindgasm -> exercise to fatigue the muscles in order to encourage -> involuntaries


If done deliberately in a calm and controlled way, it helps to relax mind and body, see also -> meditation and -> letting-go. Do not -> hold your breath, maintain slow consistent in and out breathing through the nose and mouth. Further tips in the blog post Relaxation Breathing Technique.


a strong and persistent vibration sensation in the -> Source signaling a responsive prostate, usually an indication of readiness for a -> ride; can occur before a -> session or during, possibly also after



the -> muscle (group) known as the -> PC muscle that controls the flow of urine and lets the penis bounce when it is erect, contracts during -> orgasm and assists in male ejaculation

classic masturbation

involves (only) the stimulation of the primary sexual organ (penis or clitoris), typically with the hands, and usually leads to a -> wet orgasm in males. See also Blog To fap or not to fap – should I stop masturbation?


a -> muscle movement, voluntary or -> involuntary, that leads to tension in the respective muscle; the opposite is -> relaxation. Note that it doesn’t have to be an actual movement. Imaginary voluntary muscle contractions/flexes are called -> mental contractions/flexes.



a period of several days as long as a month or more when the -> Source stays silent (no -> sweetspot -> tingling or -> buzzing), usually combined with low libido in general; can have multiple causes (e. g. following excessive masturbation or exercising, during preoccupation or other life stresses); no reason for concern, will go away on its own eventually

dry orgasm

an -> orgasm without ejaculation (but possibly with -> leaking, thus a bit of a misnomer), see also -> HFDO and -> mindgasm



a state of deep -> relaxation, balance and harmony where both mind and body are calm and in tune, achievable by -> meditation techniques

Eternal Wave

a -> Mindgasm -> exercise to massage the prostate by short, fast internal -> muscle -> contractions of -> Base and -> Center


Kegel exercises


mental preparation for an expected or desired -> orgasm result, usually counterproductive in that it leads to the opposite effect: no result at all; it’s advisable to practice a -> letting-go -> mindset instead


Feeling series

part of the -> 30-day course, provides descriptions of the sensations that can be experienced along the -> Mindgasm -> journey, namely -> vibrations, -> shivers, -> spikes, -> pulsing, -> pleasure waves and -> pushing.




an -> involuntary quick muscle flapping or contraction of -> Base or -> Center that might accompany -> pleasure waves [?]


in -> Mindgasm, the concentration on the here and now, the -> muscles, present -> feelings and sensations; includes ignoring thoughts about past or upcoming events, daily chores, -> expectations etc. Note that hyper-focus can be counterproductive for the -> Mindgasm experience. See also the blog post Harnessing the power of patience and focus.


Genital orgasm

–> TO


in females, an erogenous area of the vagina; sometimes also used to refer to the male equivalent, the -> P-spot


1) the pleasant feeling of pre-orgasmic -> warmth in the lower body parts; see also -> afterglow

2) a phenomenon that occurs after a few days of abstinence from masturbation (and porn), which will show in a person’s body language and behaviour when the sexual drive is directed into a more sustainable, more aware form of pleasure; this is characterised by the absence of shame and an increase in control and confidence. More about this in the -> 30-day challenge.



short for hands-free dry/wet orgasm. A -> mindgasm is by definition a hands-free -> dry orgasm (-> HFDO).”Hands-free” here means: by mental focus and/or internal -> muscle -> contractions; other types of hands-free -> orgasms (e. g. rubbing the penis against an object) probably belong to the -> classic masturbation realm.


in females, an erogenous area of the vagina; sometimes also used to refer to the male equivalent, the -> P-spotkeeping a -> muscle -> contraction steady for a prolonged time, i. e. with the same degree or level of -> intensity. A typical example for a holding exercise is the -> Big Squeeze. Holding one’s breath is however never recommeded, see -> breathing.



cover term for all sorts of undeliberate yet pleasurable -> muscle -> contractions, -> feelings series


-> Flexes can be done in a range of intensities from a light squeeze requiring little strength to a hard squeeze with full force. The -> exercises typically use a scale from -> level 1 (= 10 % strength) to -> level 10 (= 100 % strength). Note that for -> Top squeezes, the lighter the -> (mental) -> flex, the better the effect. Its motto is “Less is more”.



the individual -> Mindgasm experience, from the first encounter with “A. I. Allie” in the early lessons to the -> rides leading to -> mindgasms and potentially -> super orgasms; it includes lessons and learning, cultivating greater self-awareness, exercising the -> pelvic floor -> muscles (-> Base, -> Center), beautiful music, -> meditation, and serious pleasure (-> rides) along the way! “Enjoy the journey” is the -> Mindgasm motto. See also -> mindset and this guide How to go through the Mindgasm lessons.


Kegel exercises

integral part of -> Mindgasm, used to build strength, stamina and muscle distinction in the -> pelvic floor. See also Chair Flexes, Stacking Squeezes, Strength builder and The Full Stretch.



drops or flow of a tyically clear fluid from the urethra during arousal, also known as pre-ejaculate or pre-cum; see also the corresponding FAQ.

Letting go

giving up control, allowing the body to be in charge without the mind dictating what to do; a very calm, deeply relaxed attitude free from -> expectations, a ‘be in the moment’ -> mindset; usually a prerequisite for experiencing -> mindgasms; might require repeated training and -> meditation to achieve. See also this insightful blog post: The Delicate Dance of Control and Surrender.


-> intensity



a set of physical and mental techniques, e. g. conscious -> breathing, geared towards reaching -> relaxation, -> equilibrium, -> focus, and better self-awareness [?]

Mental contraction, mental flex

-> contraction


1) a type of orgasm induced primarily by mental -> focus, and/or voluntary or -> involuntary internal -> muscle -> contractions (“to have a mindgasm”); wide range of potential experiences, typically a hands-free -> dry orgasm (-> HFDO), often repeatable (-> multi-orgasmic) and/or involving the full body

2) a pyhsical, mental and spiritual practice, like Yoga (“to practice Mindgasm”, “the Mindgasm basics”, “the Mindgasm journey”)

3) The name of the corresponding app to help with 1 and 2 (“to install Mindgasm”); available for Android, iOS and as a web app Note that in 2 and 3, the term is used as a proper noun and is therefore capitalised. See also the first FAQ and the article What is a Mindgasm?.


For a pleasurable and enjoyable -> Mindgasm -> journey, it is advisable to cultivate a positive, open and mindful attitude that includes the subconcious level.-> Mindgasm is a -> journey inwards. It is important to enjoy this -> journey instead of being obsessed with the destination. Love yourself!


the ability to have several -> orgasms in succession, typically -> dry orgasms without a refractory period

Muscles, Internal or external

For -> Mindgasm, it is especially the internal muscles of the -> pelvic floor (-> Base and -> Center) that are relevant; to a lesser degree the external ones of the primary sexual organ (penis or clitoris). [?]



yearly tradition when the official -> 30-day challenge takes place (and all lessons in the app are unrestricted for everyone!)


a brand that produces prostate massagers and other -> toys; known especially for the Njoy Pure Wand, a specific curved prostate toy



No explanation needed, right?  Read more about the different types of orgasm.



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Pelvic Floor

the lower part of the body where all the muscle are located that are involved when going to the toilet, in particular -> Base and -> Center; these -> muscles can be strengthened with -> Kegel exercises


the single most important -> Mindgasm ingredient, see also the blog post How It Works and Why It Feels So Good

Pleasure Wave

an -> involuntary, automatic -> Base or -> Center contraction, possibly building slowly and gradually and unnoticed, with or without pleasure


short for porn, masturbation, and orgasm


the sensation of a muscle -> contraction in one direction, for example up or down. A -> Base flex feels like pulling the -> pelvic floor upwards.


1) rhythmic -> involuntary contractions of the -> Base muscles, typically in combination with an inserted toy [?]

2) rhythmic voluntary contractions of the -> Source muscles, see -> Eternal Wave


involuntary strong contractions of the -> Base muscles, happens usually through physical stimulation of the -> G-/P-spot rather than -> Mindgasm techniques and can lead to squirting (and possibly a different kind of “wet” orgasm); not to be confused with -> reverse Kegels, i. e. intentional pushes


erogenous area of the anal canal around the prostate gland, sometimes called the male -> G-spot

PC muscle

-> Center.



-> involuntary rapid muscle contractions or shaking [?]



1) the opposite of muscle -> contraction

2) a mental state induced e. g. by -> meditation, see also -> letting-go and the blog post Relaxation Breathing Technique.

Reverse Kegel / push

 a -> Base or -> Center flex done deliberately in the opposite direction, usually after a -> contraction to ensure muscle -> relaxation; can be pleasurable as well; not to be confused with -> involuntary -> pushing


the process of reprogramming one’s brain to experience new ways of pleasure, to increase information flow between -> Source (-> G-/P-spot) and brain; see also this detailed blog post and video.


extended -> sessions focusing on utilising, rather than practising, -> Mindgasm techniques to experience -> pleasure (“riding pleasure waves”), -> mindgasms, and possibly -> super-Os



the period of time when -> Mindgasm -> exercises are practised or -> rides for pleasure are undertaken; see also Finding Time for Mindgasm in a busy life


the muscles surrounding the prostate, in the original sense mainly a combination of -> Base and -> Center. (A Source flex is a Base flex and a Center flex done simultaneously.) Now used as an umbrella term for all of the relevant -> Mindgasm internal -> muscles groups, i. e. -> Base, -> Center, and -> Top. [?]


a very intense -> involuntary -> contraction of the whole -> pelvic floor with a quick build-up and a slow release; can be deeply pleasurable but also borderline uncomfortable or even frightening; cannot be induced by exercising [?]

Shadow Flex

a crossover between two muscle areas, i. e. an unintended additional secondary muscle -> contraction, e. g. a lighter Center during a stronger Base flex and vice versa. As muscle control improves with training and experience, shadow flexes tend to occur less often and less pronounced. See also I can’t distinct base and center – the Shadowflex.


uncontrollable partial or full-body moving; can be a violent movement or a mild shaking as if shivering from cold


involuntary rapid small muscle movements around a -> sweetspot, often combined with -> warmth and -> tingling; cannot be induced by exercising [?]


short for super orgasm, typically an extremely intense and long-lasting, possibly mulitple (-> multi-orgasmic) -> dry orgasm and/or involving the full body that goes far beyond a regular -> mindgasm or -> classic orgasm. Might require a lot of training (of mind and body) to achieve. What counts as “super” is for the individual to decide: if it feels super to you, then it is super.


typically the area around the -> G-/P-spot that, after -> awakening, can often be perceived as -> tingling or -> buzzing on its own; the precise location as well as the -> intensity of -> contraction required to induce -> involuntary -> muscle movements during exercising (-> Big Squeeze) can vary a bit from day to day. There are similar sweetspots in other body parts, e. g. the penis. [?]


-> Base.



a pleasant, sexual or non-sexual, goosebumps-like sensation that can occur in many different body parts, e. g. the -> Source, but also on the outside on the skin, spreading in different directions


short for traditional orgasm, sometimes also called -> genital orgasm, see also -> classic masturbation


the Ischiocavernosus muscle and the Bulbospongiosus muscle in the -> pelvic floor; it can be felt at the tip or close to the tip of the primary sexual organ (penis or clitoris), and for males at the root of the penis and/or along the sides of the shaft of the penis. For beginners it is helpful to imagine a muscle at the tip of the primary in order to discover it.


sexual toys, here typically for prostate play. They are considered unnessary for the -> Mindgasm way but can be helpful as “training wheels” to amplify sensations, and better understand how -> muscle -> contractions affect -> pleasure. See also the article Should I use toys or not?


a -> Mindgasm exercise to bring all relevant internal -> muscle groups together: -> Base, -> Center and -> Top


[?] (Synonymous with pulling? If not, how to distinguish between the two?)



a strong craving for -> orgasm (or rather the release of dopamine in the brain) caused by abstaining from masturbation (and porn) for a prolonged time as part of the -> 30-day challenge. While it is difficult for most people, especially when used to frequent -> classic masturbation, not giving in to the urge has great benefits: it leads to heightened sensitivity, e. g. in the -> Source; essential in order to advance in one’s -> journey



an -> involuntary trembling sensation of exhausted -> muscles; can be induced by exercising, e. g. with the -> Big Squeeze


various sensations of intensifying light, colours, auroras or sparks appearing before the closed eye lids in combination with increasing sexual arousal and -> mindgasms



a pleasant sensation originating in the -> Source in combination with sexual arousal, radiating outwards into the lower body parts or the whole body


colloquial expression for marijuana/cannabis; anecdotal evidence suggests that the drug could be helpful to relax mind and body and thus enhance -> Mindgasm -> sessions. Provided it’s legal where you live, you might want to try it at your own risk.

Wet orgasm

an orgasm with ejaculation, see also -> HFWO and -> pushing