17 Ways to Have More Meaningful Sex

Posted by on October 29, 2017 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 2 Comments

man and woman in loveBy Kate Bailey | ThoughtCatalog.com

1. Learn to isolate your experiences and take time (outside the bedroom) to heal your mental wounds. This is paramount. If you had a negative sexual experience in the past, address it and take appropriate steps to regaining a healthy attitude – often if we don’t want one negative sexual experience to matter, we make the rest of them meaningless as well.

2. Go slow. Even if you like it fast and passionate and breathless and rough, pace yourself, take it as slowly as you can. Every grab and squeeze becomes so much more intense when it’s slow and intentional.

3. Bond beforehand, make it a more holistic experience. Merge your minds before you do your bodies.

4. Appreciate everything. You will not render sex with the love of your life less meaningful if you learn to cultivate appreciation for every experience you have. There doesn’t have to be “worthwhile sex” and “shit I did just to do it.” You can enjoy things and people for who they are and what they are in your life, nothing more nothing less.

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5. Maintain eye contact.

6. Stop speaking. (Have a conversation about this beforehand, though…) The point being to fine-tune your ability to communicate with one another via your subconscious, minute body language. The more you become attuned to how your partner(s) bodies respond to different movements the more you will become educated you in a way you simply couldn’t be if you’re always mindlessly waiting for the “I’m coming” declaration. (Nothing wrong with that! Just that nonverbal communication especially at orgasm is extremely powerful).

7. Kiss them when they orgasm, or in some other way show them that you are happy to see them enjoying it. (People just generally have more intense orgasms when they feel comfortable and know their pleasure is just as desired by their partner.)

8. Let go of your body hangups by realizing that nobody is judging you as much as you are judging you. Be with someone who appreciates your body in whatever form it comes in that day, and begin to see how sex can be a lot more than physical contact once you’re no longer preoccupied with stiffening, posing and adjusting your body in (what you perceive) to be “flattering” ways.

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  1. 10207986658852445@facebook.com' Dave Fletcher says:

    Haha grow closer together ! I wish, my weddings just been called off and I’ve just moved out ! Have you got a remedy for that apart from stating the obvious stop being an idiot !

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