Did you know that one of the most common reasons that women can’t have orgasms is because they are not breathing? Think about it…. Maybe you’re getting close, you feel on the verge of coming, and your natural instinct is to clench your muscles and hold your breath, often while thinking about how much you want that orgasm to happen. No wonder the female orgasm disappears. Rather than opening up your body to that experience, you are literally closing it down by clenching and holding your breath.
Try this exercise:While sitting in a chair with your feet on the floor, close your eyes, put your hands on your belly, open your mouth, and do some long deep breaths into your belly, pushing against your hands on the exhale.
Do this exercise for 3 minutes and put all of your focus on what you are feeling in your body during the breathing.
Now without changing position, move your hands gently over your genitals. Start the inhale all the way down by your genitals and exhale deeply back into your hands.
Do this exercise for 3 minutes putting all your attention on what you are feeling in your body. You might feel sensations like warmth or tingly in your hands, yoni, or belly.
Feeling a little light headed is also normal because we are taking in more air than we normally do. If you don’t feel anything, don’t worry.
For many people it takes a bit of practice to start to feel something different in their bodies.
Do this practice every day for a week.
The more you breathe, the more you will feel and you will begin to free up your orgasms.
Stay tuned for Part Three: Breathing Your Way to Orgasm.
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