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Masturbation Techniques to Master with Tips from the Kama Sutra

The Kama Sutra is, at its core, a mind-blowing sex playbook. Different positions, alternate speeds, and even radical new techniques for foreplay are detailed in this old book, and men who really want to up the ante in the bedroom can find a lot to enjoy here. However, much of a man’s sex life can take place when he is completely alone, and the book is remarkably silent on masturbation techniques. In fact, the author seems to suggest that masturbation should not be part of a man’s daily penis care routine.

Fortunately, with close reading and a little creativity, men can discover more about using their mind in masturbation, and with a little help from the Kama Sutra, they can experience pleasures they never thought possible. These are just a few tips to get the party started.

Experiment often

Couples who follow the Kama Sutra are expected to try different positions regularly, experiencing where their bodies are and the sensations that the new poses can bring. Men who masturbate can bring this same sense of experimentation to their own personal pleasure sessions by varying:

  • Hand position
  • Lubricants
  • Rental
  • Implements

Men who always use their right hand may enjoy experimenting with their left, or bringing a pen or trying the act with a different type of lotion. Mixing the technique means awakening different nerve fibers and the results can be impressive.

Use your mind

Much of the advice in this ancient book involves preparing the mind for sex. Couples are encouraged to look at, talk, and touch each other frequently. Masturbation sessions, on the other hand, tend to be quick and dirty affairs that start and end abruptly, without any real thought.

Slowing down can mean fantasizing long before the clothes hit the floor, preparing the mind for the pleasures to come. Then when the action begins, concentrating on the feelings involved while continuing to fantasize could take a man to a peak that could have eluded him, had he moved a little faster with less imagination involved.

Banish guilt

Preparing the mind for pleasure also means remembering that sex is a healthy and vigorous activity that stimulates the body while relaxing the nerves. Just as there is nothing wrong with spicing up a couple’s sex life and making intimacy a little more intriguing, there is nothing wrong with pleasuring the body. A mind free from thoughts of guilt, guilt, and shame is a mind that is willing to slow down, letting pleasure accumulate and develop without allowing pain to seep in.

Men who work hard to keep an open mind and guilt at bay may be less likely to hit their gear with fast, furious blows, and are less likely to cause tiny tears that could lead to kinks and scars. In short, refining the mind could also make tomorrow’s masturbation less painful and could keep a man’s team ready to play with a partner.

Keep clean

Much of the Kama Sutra involves cleaning up after sex and rewarding the body for the hard work that is done in the bedroom. Couples are advised to wash well, preferably together, and to apply soothing lotions anywhere that seems a bit sore. After masturbation, men can follow this advice by cleaning with a cold rinse and drying with a towel. Apply a penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) It can help soothe sore skin and prevent benign bacteria from rising up and nearly colonizing the tissues. This product can also keep the sensory cells in shape, so they will be ready for the amazing sex that is sure to come from a man’s new knowledge of his sensual capabilities.

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