Your Thoughts and the Bedroom Experiences that Rock Your World

If you’re a capable woman accustomed to getting things done it can be frustrating when things work differently in the bedroom. Many women with high levels of responsibility struggle to shut down their internal dialogue. They don’t become absorbed in the sex that they are having because their attention is busy elsewhere.

It’s wonderful to be a goal oriented, successful woman, and yet when you approach sex that way you are missing the point and the pleasure. Sex is not about getting the job done or doing things ‘right’ — so forget about getting somewhere. It’s not about you DOING anything (for once), but rather an opportunity for you to feel, not to do. Turn off your thinking mind and feel. Receive pleasure, feel pleasure, and let it take you to new places.

In the middle of having sex, if your thoughts are too busy, you can pause them. It is possible. You can take your attention away from those non-sexual thoughts and focus your attention on what you are physically feeling in your body. If you do this you will have a far more exciting and captivating experience. It may not be easy at first to keep your attention on your sensations or in the current moment, yet it is so worth your effort. It makes a huge difference. In your mind you may be wondering if you are going to have an orgasm, or you may be fretting about your body being seen… the list of what you could be thinking can go on and on. When your body is joined with your partner’s, yet your mental focus is miles away from the action, the sensations of heightened arousal and of merging and timelessness don’t happen for you. Magical moments don’t occur when you yourself are split apart like that, they occur when both your body and mind are present and in the same space with your partner.

You want to be activated with exciting thoughts that override the inhibiting ones.

Erotic thoughts can be helpful in getting you turned on — it is the mundane and distracting ones that don’t support a good time. When you’re having trouble leaving the mundane or even negative thoughts behind you there is one thing on your to-do list and that is: take your attention away from your mind and put it in your body. Think of your own attention as a thing that you can move around, and then move it around. Take your attention away from your thoughts and put it where the action is. Put it inside your vagina and on your clitoris. Put it on your skin and on your breasts. Register what you feel. Register the skin sensations, the smells, the visuals. If you find your attention wandering away from the action, invite or pull it back to your body again. You will immediately feel more arousal or sexual tension when you do this. It is surprising how quickly your arousal will increase when your attention is on the sensations you are feeling and not with your circling thoughts.

If you want support to keep your attention on your body’s sensations, download my audio exercise and use that to help change your attention habit. It is available here: click here.

Two arousal speeds exist in your bedroom, yours and your partner’s. Most of the time you both want to end up highly turned on. In my practice 90% of the time it is the woman’s arousal that is lagging behind the man’s. He gets aroused faster and he and she are trying to get her to catch up. If you want to be aroused more fully, keep your focus on your own body and your physical feelings of pleasure. Even if you are doing actions that increase your partner’s arousal — keep your attention registering your own body’s sensations of pleasure.

This mind-body connection is crucial to have bedroom experiences that rock your world.

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