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Self Confidence

FEEL GOOD ABOUT YOURSELF, AND EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE. If you’ve lost your onfidence, there’s precious little left to lose.

What has led you to lose your confidence? Your looks? Your inexperience with women? Your lack of social graces? Here’s something that only YOU can do: Identify the cause of your low self-esteem and work towards rectifying it.

Always remember that Confidence is contagious. So is lack of confidence. A poor self-image directly affects the way you behave around others, and how they behave around you. That dreaded fear of rejection can make you extremely shy or overeager to please. Your insecurities can induce jealousy, damaging any hope of a good relationship. Your self-esteem has a direct bearing on your ability to attract others. We human beings are more observant than we’d like to give ourselves credit for. If you act strangely, others will treat you the same way. On the other hand, if you think that you're a pretty good guy (and don’t fan your ego too much), women will take notice.

When you have a positive self-esteem, you feel your worth. Don't EVER think that you can't change the image you’re projecting to those around you! There's a lot that you can do to not only build up your own self-esteem, but to change the way that others see you.

The key is to identify your embarrassment and to act upon it. Whatever it is that's making you feel bad about yourself, CHANGE IT! Attitude IS everything. Ever wondered how that ugly guy at work always manages to pick up some of the hottest women in town? He doesn’t let his ugliness bother him too much. What’s he got that you haven’t? Self-confidence.

Multiple orgasms
First, you need to get your basics right. An ejaculation is NOT an orgasm, and neither is it a visual representation of an orgasm being achieved. Strictly speaking, you may have an orgasm without ejaculating, and you may ejaculate without having an orgasm. The internal mechanism of an ejaculation and the need for a refractory period (usually 20 minutes), make it difficult for a man to ejaculate at the press of a button. This does not mean that men are incapable of achieving multiple orgasms. There is a difference between the pleasurable sensations of the orgasm and the physical event of an ejaculation. The trick is to differentiate between the two and to learn to control them both.

Whether you are looking for a little spirituality in your sex life, or you want to learn to control your ejaculation, or you are a bored with your normal chore-like sex life and want to try something different, the benefits of learning to have multiple orgasms are many:

  • You will learn more about your own sexual response cycle.
  • You will be able to read your own body. This skill will help you in many other areas in your life as well.
  • You will learn that male sexuality is actually quite complex.

First and foremost, you must develop your sexual strength.

Breathing basics
Breathe heavily and observe your breathing changes through sexual response, arousal, excitement build up, climax, orgasm, and ejaculation in the exercises that follow.

Kegel exercises
Your Pubococcygeus (PC) muscle is involved in the experience of orgasms, and thus, learning to use it contributes to developing multi-orgasmic skills. Find your PC muscle by intentionally stopping the flow of urine while you pee. Do this several times until you can clearly feel and control the muscle you are using to stop the flow. That’s your PC muscle. Make sure you know what it feels like to squeeze and release it. These are called Kegel exercises.

Discover your “Point of no return”
The moment during sexual excitement after which ejaculation is inevitable has been aptly termed as the Point of no return. The best way to identify this point is to masturbate and pay close attention just as you are about to ejaculate. You may observe a tingling feeling which usually signifies that you are about to hit your Point of no return. Knowing what this feels like will help you know when to pull back from an orgasm.

Explore your sexual response cycle
When you masturbate, observe the following:

  • Things that turn you on
  • How your body (and breathing) responds to sexual stimulation
  • The feeling you get just before the “Point of no return”
  • Your body response after orgasm

Practice makes perfect
Practice when you are all alone, and there’s no one around to distract you.

Relax and increase your alertness
As you begin this exercise, relax yourself whichever way you please and try to tune into how your body feels. Run your hands up and down your body; you may touch your genitals or any other part of your body that turns you on, but don’t start masturbating right away.

Masturbate slowly
Masturbate however you wish to, but pay close attention to the energy in your body. Observe places where the energy is concentrated and the direction in which it radiates, if at all. Note the changes in this energy as you approach the climax. Don’t bring yourself to orgasm or ejaculate yet.

Control your “Point of no return”
If you feel as if you’re reaching the point of no return, stop the stimulation and take some deep breaths. Once you’ve held back, you can begin to stimulate yourself again. Do this twice at least. Get a detailed sense of what your point of no return is like, and discover how you can control it.

Your PC muscle and the point of no return
Again as you feel closer to the climax, stop the stimulation as you have before, but this time squeeze your PC muscle and hold it for a few seconds. You can use this technique to prevent yourself from ejaculating. It also creates the opportunity to have several orgasms in a row.

Increase your orgasmic energy flow
When you’re nearing the point of orgasm, observe the build up of energy (heat) in the lower part of your body, and begin to breathe heavily while imagining the energy up towards your head.

Give in to the flow
Finally, let yourself have an orgasm. Use all the techniques learned above including breath, awareness, and squeezing your PC muscle. Let yourself orgasm, but squeeze your PC muscle just as you feel you might ejaculate. As you practice this last step, you may find that you can get to the point of no return, surpass it, and experience a tingly orgasm without even ejaculating. Non-ejaculatory orgasms feel different, but they are pleasurable nonetheless.

Sperm Quality

Better ejaculation
You need a strong PC muscle to control your ejaculation. The Kegel exercise mentioned in the previous section will help you. If your PC muscle is well-developed, you'll find it much easier to control both the amount and distance of the semen you ejaculate. The consistency of your ejaculate must be thin, not heavy or viscous and it must have a good volume.

The best way to achieve good semen quality is through the right diet:

  • Eat healthy.
  • Cut out the red meat.
  • Eat more fruits and vegetables.
  • Drink lots of water.

Now that you're eating right, you should try to avoid ejaculating every day. Your first ejaculation of the day is always the greatest in volume. Try to withhold cumming for a couple of days. This will assure that you have a large volume of semen saved up for your big moment. When it's actually time to ejaculate, squeeze your PC muscle at the exact time of your orgasm. As you reach the ultimate peak of stimulation, release your PC muscle with great force. You'll be surprised at the volume and distance achieved!

Improved semen flavor
A good diet can also reflect as a great overall effect on the TASTE of your semen. Many men find that their sexual partners refuse to "swallow". This is because their semen probably doesn’t taste all that good, or it's too thick and makes them choke. Again, eating healthy will change both the flavor and consistency of your ejaculate.

Some basic tips to improve the flavor of your semen:

  • Eat more fruits and vegetables.
  • However, stay away from Asparagus!
  • Avoid milk and dairy products.
  • Don't eat red meat and fish.
  • Avoid excess alcohol.
  • Drink lots of water.

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