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29 October 2010

Sexual superhero: solo practice

This step of the Sexual Superhero programme teaches you to exercise control in a safe space.

This is Step 7 the Sexual Superhero programme for premature ejaculation developed by Jonti Searll.

For this exercise you will need privacy (unless you’re a rampant exhibitionist). You needto be naked and have lubricant of some sort.

  • Get comfortable, put some lubricant in your hand and start stroking your penis.
  • Touch yourself until you’re close to orgasm, but not so close that you’re right on the edge.
  • You then stop and take at least five very deep breaths and relax as deeply as you can.
  • If you need more than five breaths, go ahead.
  • Start stroking yourself again, but when you get close to coming, you stop.
  • The keys here are breath and relaxation.
  • Repeat this at least five times.
  • After that, if you’d like to have an orgasm, go ahead.
  • For the first week, give yourself a day between sessions, then you can do it every day, if you like.
  • After the first week you’ll be able to get closer to orgasm before stopping.
  • Be patient with yourself, and if you stop a stroke or two too late, know that you’ll have to back off sooner next time.

  • Get undressed, get comfy, lube up and play.
  • This time, when you get close to coming, you stop.
  • Then you breathe in while squeezing you PC muscles.
  • Relax and breathe out.
  • Do at least five breaths: inhale, contract, release and breathe out.
  • Carry on stimulating yourself.
  • Each time you get close, you stop.
  • Repeat the exercise at least five times.
  • Recognise how far you’ve progressed.
  • Then, ejaculate if you like.
  • Continue with your PC muscle, breathing and flexibility exercises during this time.
  • Many teachers actually recommend that you do PC exercises as a life-long process.

 
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