Would you like to loosen up more? Unlock your vital and sexual energy?

To be freer in bed and live the full potential of pleasure that your body has?

This article has 2 objectives:

1-Take the 5 main common beliefs in the female world and that it may even be blocking your sex life and vital energy.

2-Introduce you free techniques so that you can start today, with your partner start an incredible journey of sensory development and discovery of your orgasmic potential

Come on?

Belief # 1 - "Normal women orgasm whenever they make love"

This is one of the sexual beliefs that happens in both the feminine and the masculine world, since men, for their part, are also attached to ejaculation. They think that for a relationship to be normal the man needs to have ejaculated.

But back to women: Orgasm is just the consequence of something that, at first, is much more important: a true marital relationship, with intimacy, depth. Having a relationship that represents the union of two souls who wish to evolve together.

If you had an orgasm, cool. But if it didn't, it could also be cool. So many things can be enjoyed in a loving relationship ... Fixing on a point like orgasm, on a pre-established outcome, can bring an unnecessary weight to a relationship that could have wonderful potentials.

In our therapeutic care, it is incredible the number of women who, in detaching themselves from the need to have an orgasm and who started to simply seek to know themselves better, accept their own bodies and live their sexuality with presence and truth, suddenly began to have more orgastic relationships. Without effort. Light and harmonic.

Belief # 2- “Vaginal orgasms are more feminine and mature than clitoris”

Poor clitoris… so cute…

This belief is rooted in psychoanalysis when Freud put together a theory that supported this sexual belief. But a few years later it was discovered that vaginal orgasms have a very close relationship with clitoral orgasms, as they were related to enervations that were part of the neural network of the clitoris.

Even Freud assumed that he had incomplete knowledge of human biology. Ultimately, vaginal orgasm came to be considered by many experts as one kind of clitoral orgasm.

This belief came to be seen as absurd and the result of a macho culture and which did not recognize the female masturbatory clitoral orgasm as legitimate.

Of course, many women want to have orgasmic experiences in tune with their partners and would like to enjoy during penetration. All of this is possible, as long as the woman seeks to get to know herself better, explore her sexuality more and learn how the main muscles and points related to vaginal orgasm work.

Learn pompoir techniques, self-touch, masturbate in different ways ... All of this can facilitate self-knowledge and favor that, at the moment of penetration, you can stimulate that point or that region inside your vagina that leads you to an orgasm.

Belief # 3- “Women who don't like exotic forms of sex are frigid”

Everyone knows that friend who boasts about having sex in the elevator, having lived exotic experiences. It tells the episode most naturally leaves us with the flea behind the ear in relation to our own sexuality.

Are you one of those who never had sex in the elevator? It's all right. It is important to understand that we are unique and that this is not an indicator of whether or not you are sexually normal.

Are you that person who has sex in the elevator? Okay too. Diversity is what makes us wealthier.

There are so many more important things in life than the fact that we take pleasure in taking risks, that we feel pleasure in doing something exotic. Each person has his own life and feels pleasure in a different way. End.

Belief # 4- “Women who do not reach orgasm quickly and easily have problems”

Most complaints related to female sexuality have to do with women's difficulty in reaching orgasm with their partners.

But the point is that the man has the ability to reach orgasm very fast. This usually represents half a woman's time. So the most common thing that exists in relationships is a man ejaculating before the woman gets there.

This is a problem? For many people, yes. Is it the woman's fault? Do not.

What is the solution for these cases?

Try to make your partner aware of your own needs. Guide him "how to" so that the relationship is balanced and that the two can enjoy together. But please, don't feel guilty for not reaching orgasm in a practical, quick and easy way.

Would you like your partner to last longer in bed? Do you want to live a hyper-orgasmic sexuality with him? So find out how Tantra can help you.

Belief # 5-Women are frigid if they don't have sexual fantasies and wanton if they have them

If I stimulate myself with erotic situations, I have sexual fanaticism and groan in bed, I am wanton. But if I don't have them, I'm frigid. Who has not charged themselves that way?

Notice how the woman has no way out here. She is either frigid or wanton. It is sad how many women still carry so much guilt and repression when it comes to sexuality.

There is a video we made that shows these two polarities well and how they influence our sex life. Either the woman is the whore or the caste.

We place unnecessary obligations and that often lead to frustration, anxiety and even depression.

Sexual beliefs, in general, are limiting and unfavorable to healthy sexuality

In conclusion, there are no rigid and pre-defined rules for healthy sexuality. A healthy sexuality is a sexuality free of goals, performance and results.

A healthy sexuality is one that is in tune with our independent being if it is exotic, orgasmic, hyperorganic, with penetration, without penetration ...

But do you feel compelled to live a sexuality that is not in line with what you feel inside? Do you still live and don't know how to get rid of these “sexual beliefs”?

Look for a professional to support you, seek to evolve in this field. Learn more, seek more information and test new things, which can open new horizons.

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