The truth is: Most women do not have satisfying sex lives. Slow Sex can change that.
Better sex is about one thing: better orgasm. This life-altering guide teaches men and women how to use the practice of Orgasmic Meditation - or OM - to slow down, connect emotionally, and achieve authentic female sexual satisfaction. The promise: In just fifteen minutes every woman can become orgasmic. And, with the right partner and the right technique, that orgasm could last and last!
For more than a decade, Nicole Daedone has been leading the "slow sex movement," which is devoted to the art and craft of the female orgasm. OM is the act of slowing down, tuning in, and experiencing a deeper spiritual and physical connection during sex. Slow Sex reveals the philosophy and techniques of OM and includes a step-by-step, ten-day OM starter program, as well as OM secrets for achieving ultimate satisfaction. It also includes exercises to help enhance readers' "regular" sex lives, such as Slow Oral for Her, Slow Oral for Him, and Slow Intercourse.
This book is the argument for daily intimacy, and for paying attention as the foundation of pleasure, all with a focus on the female experience.
©2011 Nicole Daedone (P)2011 Hachette Audio
Thank you Nicole for helping break the ice that had formed in our marriage. This practice has already deepened our trust and helped us open to a new paradigm of slow sex. The audio is very well spoken, and you sense that the author deeply believes in her art.
It's about time that somebody put into words, what we all really want.
Ladies, Nicole really puts into words what men should have been taught all the way along.
Men, do her a favor. Do yourself a favor. Create that spiritual connect that we all desire, once we get beyond the notches in the bedpost.
'Slow Sex' might just be the start of a movement that gets America to a place where sexuality and spirituality converge. Just as other societies have done for thousands of years.
Smile with joy rising from within myself.
The physical book would be a better bet for this book. She constantly repeats herself and spends 90% of the book talking about how afraid everyone is of being sexual. If you aren't terrified of sex and your sexuality it becomes not only annoying but completely frustrating to be dragged through over and over.
She should have spent more time with the how to and why and a lot less time on philosophy and stories for people who are afraid of their own sexuality. The entire book can be summed up in one paragraph.
Slow sex would have been better if it were named Orgasmic Meditation: a guide to its practice.
The scene where she is talking to the groups of men and women about what they wish their partners knew about them.
Yes, in fact it was a pretty good read. I just think the title was very misleading.
If I played it on mute.
Never, Will not spent time reading the reviews.
The book is not worth the time spent listening to it. I firmly believe of always giving a book the benefit as some start slower than others and work in a certain direction. The amount of time I have heard "What you will get from this book" just irritated me and I can honestly not believe Nicole thinks she is helping anyone? If only I could ask for a refund!
Well the nice calm, open relaxed mood the narrator took was good for listeners, especially first time listeners to what could be considered a stressful subject.
Depends, it seems like our minds think a like when it comes to sex and making sure both the woman and the man enjoy the best that sex has to offer.
Good performance but not sure if that first introduction about tasting the tomatoes was really needed. lol
When she started talking about how the woman can have multiple orgasms and it would increase the enjoyability for both parties I thought back on the first time I made a woman have multiple orgasms and how great the night was, we had sex all night and I said to myself damn I should have been right there with her writing this book!
I think I am going to start taking the time to note my life experiences, not only with sex but all my life experiences and think about writing a few books.
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