Does sex hurt?
Sex should be a pleasurable experience that you anticipate with delight. Hypnosis can help you to focus on the pleasure and relax to enjoy the intimate connection with your partner that you deserve.
Hypnosis can help reduce painful sex by dissociation from fear.
Women with painful sex become absorbed in the fear state. Their anxiety responses generate anticipation of the hurt and their inability to cope. Dissociation via hypnosis can provide a method of reducing this reactivity.
In this audio recording, there is a beautiful scene in which Dr Janet Hall, Clinical Psychologist and Sex Therapist, inspires your imagination to take you into a forest, where you come to a lovely leafy glade and bathe beneath a waterfall to take away all your upset about discomfort in sex. You wait for your lover to come and then enjoy pleasurable love-making with satisfaction.
Suggestions you hear include:
"Together touching, tasting, feeling, entwined together, sharing, giving, receiving pleasure. Tuned in to the pleasure that you have permission to enjoy now. Playing each others bodies like a musical instrument, luxuriating in the pleasure. Everything seems wonderful, so warmly pleasurable, so finely tuned....
You can look forward to making love again and again; taking your time, feeling the pleasure, allowing the release, being sexually satisfied.
So, if you're serious about wanting to have pleasurable sex then get a copy of Stop Painful Sex for Women right now!
This is one of a series of audios on sexual topics presented by Dr Janet Hall called Dr Janet Hall's Sensational Sex Series.
Dr Janet Hall is a Clinical Psychologist, Hypnotherapist, Author, Speaker and Media Consultant. Dr Jan authored eight books on family and relationships and recorded over 50 audios, many of them including hypnotic material. She founded Richmond Hill Psychology in Melbourne, Australia.
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