March 10, 2005
And it certainly is a journey. After about 6 sessions, every one has been different. I find that the sessions either in the morning or later in the evening produce a more pleasurable experience. In my 3rd or 4th session, I had an event that was pretty interesting. The MGX that I use started to twitch after about an hour that seemed to have flipped a switch and my heart went from calm to almost jumping out of my chest within about 5 seconds. That went on for maybe 90 seconds, but I was unable to take it over the top. Interesting though, one of my first thoughts after it happened was of the people who I have read postings from who are pretty skeptical about the whole process. I definitely tapped into something that I had no idea was there before.
I guess that I am going to be one of those individuals who take a bit longer than other. Patience and dedication to the effort will be the course of action. I've got to say that this forum is certainly been a motivator and I appreciate everyone's experiences. I seem to have better luck laying flat on my back.
I look forward to being able to report back with some really good news.
April 2, 2005
This post is nothing more than me trying to shed some disappointment. After feeling like I was making some progress, my last two sessions have been almost non-existant. Reading the forum is certainly a confidence builder, but it has not translated into much on my end. It is almost like I should take a few weeks off. It is not like I am pounding away at it every other day, but I am getting in some time a couple of times a week. I have been attempting the -do nothing- approach.
For those who have gotten there before me, I am green with envy. Forgive the ranting, you guys are the only people I can bitch to. Not like you can walk into work and tell folks about it.
Onward and upward,
May 27, 2005
Just a quick update. I had a good session this morning that was encouraging. I did not make it all the way, but I made some progress none the less. After about an hour, I flipped over to my right side and about fell asleep. I was thinking about nothing really when all of a sudden I had a shot go through my body. A quick shot. My heart started pounding so hard, it was distracting. I tried to get past the heart pounding and concentrate on the effort. I was not able to take it any further than that, but it was certainly encouraging. I cant imagine what it will be like when I am able to bring it over the top, but I hope the windows will be closed!
I was thinking afterwards the words that have been shared by others that sometimes you can get too much too fast. I am starting to believe it. That one shot this morning was pretty powerful.
Utube, thanks for the feedback this morning. I thought it was great that you were in the same position for your session that I had luck with this morning.
Aspen, Matt, Woody, Geezer, havent heard much out of you lately, I hope you are all doing well and are succeeding in your quest.
To The Journey!
August 30, 2005
Dear Forum Guys,
I just thought I would give you a quick update on my progress. I am the proud new owner of a Maximus. I have been using the MGX for about 5 months and was ready to shake it up with something else. Why not go with the "big guns"? Anyway, I have now had a few sessions with the Max and all I can tell you is that based on my experience, it was the best move I could have made. The sensations have been much more acute and seems to have helped push me further along in this process. I have not given up on the MGX, I just have another choice.
I hope all of you are doing well with your progress. I look forward to hearing more about your exploits.
Onward and Upward,
October 24, 2005
I wanted to forward on to you my progress to this point in hopes that it might help some of you guys. I am now 7 1/2 months into my journey and what a journey it has been. I have gone from feeling great to major disappointment with my progress.
For the very first time over the weekend, I felt as though I was standing on the edge of that cliff that we call the Super O. I danced all around it, and what a great dance it was. I did not make it over, but I know that I will. For the first time, I had the voluntaries twitching like crazy. Things were really jumping around. My heart was going nuts and my breathing was almost to the point of hyper ventilating.
I got there with my trusty MGX. I purchased a Maximus and I like it, but I feel as though it will be the MGX that will get me over the top. I have been having a great time with the Max, but I always go back to the MGX. Besides, getting me over that edge is of more importance than just having fun.
The postings on this forum has been a HUGE factor in me getting this far. I have gotten to the point that I am glad that I was not one of those guys that was successful right out of the box. The journey has made me a bit more self aware, and for me, that is good for me. Slow it down some.
To all those who have gotten there before me, thanks for the feedback and keep it coming.
To The Journey!
November 4, 2005
Since I was thinking that this would be a good idea, I thought I would start it off. My thought process was that the individual postings from people were spread over many forum entries. I thought that once someone hits the target, it would be nice to have an easier forum to see what steps he had to go through to get there. I have been returning to the posting that I started….the journey continues..to do my progress posting because I found it interesting to see what I have said over the many months. I can't say that I am an experienced blogger, but I hope others will get some good information this way.
I am right on the cusp of the famous super o. I am not there yet, but I have had some pretty interesting sessions in these last two weeks. I am looking forward to every session. For those who are skeptics, all I can say is that this process can go through many stages and what I have learned is that everyone is different, so be patient.