3 comments on “Do nothing?

  1. It’s a very passive technique where you’re mostly relaxing, breathing and focusing on how various things are feeling. You then might feel subtle movements down there. The point is to let it remain subtle and enjoy that little bit of feeling. If you feel the need to do a kegel or two, you can. Just remember to relax, embrace what comes and “let go” a bit.

  2. It is a very strange thing. You do actually get your mind “into” letting go. Once you get in the groove (or shall we say out of our normal grove?”) just laying down in the spot where it happened, can set you off. With no Aneros at all. The hype doesn’t come close to capturing the reality. Each new experience seems far beyond the last, year, after year, after year.

  3. The comment by toastaviary is right about what the “do nothing” technique involves. However, I don’t think that it’s the only (or even best) technique for most guys. I do think it can help during the first few minutes of a session, like maybe the first 5-10 min., or perhaps even longer if you’re relatively new to this. It can help you relax and get used to the toy, and in the meantime focus on relaxation and getting aroused (both are key to a good session).

    But after that, yes I believe it helps to start actively doing “clenches” or kegels, to move the toy. That’s how the Aneros creates its awesome feelings, is by movement back and forth over the prostate. In [this comment](https://www.reddit.com/r/ProstatePlay/comments/fm7zzc/when_should_i_start_clenching/fl3bm1m?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x) to a recent post, I explained in some detail how you can use clenches do that. Hope that helps, and good luck!

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