4. Locate your sexual energy. Is it all concentrated in one area of your body? Or is it a general tingling throughout? Ideally, your sexual energy flows through your entire body. Your heart and mind are fully engaged. If you simply feel an uncomfortable build-up of energy that needs to be released - that is all that you will get in the end, a quick release. Instead, gain control over this energy and allow it to fill you up. One of the easiest ways is through slow, rhythmic breathing.
5) Keep Breathing. Yes, more breathing! When you breathe through your nose rather than your mouth, you stimulate the nerve centers in your brain. No matter how fast the rest of your body may be moving, take slow and deep breaths through your nose, and continue this throughout your lovemaking. This will circulate the sexual and emotional pleasure you are feeling throughout your body for an extended and more satisfying experience.
Try engaging your partner in these practices as well and incorporate it into your foreplay. When both of you take the time to focus on giving and receiving pleasure, you’re both certain to even more satisfaction!
As for postcoital, it’s important to continue to work on deep breathing (basically a form of meditation) on a regular basis, not just during sex. You’ll find that it helps reduce stress, clarify thinking and create an overall sense of well-being. With regular practice, it will also become easier and faster to find that place of self-awareness and connection.
Are you ready to breathe some additional energy and excitement into your sex life?