Making it Real : When Fantasy Sex is Something More
Making It Real - When Having Fantasy Sex is Something More
Over coffee one day recently at the manner, the team were taking a break from recording. The conversation drifted around to sexual experiences (it rarely ever gets off that particular topic at The Manor). Specifically, some of the Manor women were saying that phone sex, sexting and skype sex were real, emotional interactions; equivalent to having sex with the partner, even though they were not present. Predictably, some of the Manor men took the 'Clinton' viewpoint that sexual activity didn't count as having sex if there was no physical, real life interaction, in particular penetration.
Some Manorites (Workers at The Manor) reminded us of several DEV© users who had said that they had to stop using our audios because they were with a new partner and it felt like they were 'cheating'. Others brought up those listeners who had told us they were OK with having multiple, screaming orgasms listening to our audios, as their Impossible Lover was not really there so it couldn't possibly count.
Bearing in mind what we do with Directed Erotic Visualisation© at The Manor, the discussion got tangled up with what was real and what was virtual. Some felt that if it felt real then it was, others took the stand that it had to be objectively real to count as such.
In the end we all agreed to disagree and get on with creating the new audio experiences for March. Fantasy experiences that transport the listener to a virtual internal sensual world. A place in their minds where they can feel, sense and have very real, physical climactic and orgasmic experiences.
I have done a lot of thinking on some of the points we talked about over the years.
The Brain is the biggest sex organ in the human body. (OK let's get the jokes about guys thinking with the small head out of the way and move on?) Seriously, all sex happens in the Brain.
Neuroscience studies have mapped our pleasure centres and fired electrical impulses into them to get subjects off at the flip of a switch. The latest scanning techniques show the various parts of our brain that light up like a Christmas tree when we are having sex. We are aware of the impact of brain chemicals such as Oxytocin (the 'snuggle' hormone, though I prefer to call it the Cwtch hormone), Serotonin and Dopamine. We know that our brains are luxuriously soaking in a complex chemical bubble bath that directly affect how we feel and react to sensation and stimuli.
Then there is the ability of the brain to remake itself, (neuroplasticity) to make new connections, learn new skills and abilities. We even understand where our consciousness may sit, where our sense of awareness, personal reality and possibly where free will may live; the Anterior Cingulate Cortex.
"Yawhhn! Too much geeky, nerdy brain stuff, I read this because I want to get off!"
Yes, Okay I am getting to the point here, bear with me just a little longer?
A colleague recently experienced an Oculus Rift headset and found it amazing, if a little disorienting and felt some nausea after effects. What they said was that "it was like a weird daydream, but without having to make any conscious effort. It will be great with some of the immersive computer games out there."
Take all the above and add in the most powerful Virtual Reality game console ever, our imagination.
If our brains can be spoofed into feeling what we can only see using a hi-tech headset, is some sort of reality, imagine if we had all of our senses engaged in an experience, just how amazingly real would that feel?
What if all you needed to sink into just the best virtual sex experience ever, was an .mp3 player, some comfortable earbuds and a quiet, private place to be alone?
"What, no expensive, state of the art #SexTech, just headphones and my smartphone, iPod or laptop?"
"That was the most incredible experience in my life"
"I'd never had an orgasm before, and I had three while listening to this."
"Amazing orgasm, I was skeptical, but I just had a mind blowing orgasm. Deeper inside me that with masturbating. I am really surprised how effective that was."
"Normally audios make me want to stick with the reading because they are so terrible but not this one (or any of yours for that matter). I cum time after time again and again and I get wet just thinking about listening to you. It seems like I'm constantly horny at night now after listening to this audio; but hey, I'm not complaining."
"At first I was resisting then I started slowly relaxing to your voice. I didn't think I was going to come or anything but I was wrong!! 2 times my entire body shook-without touching myself. How did you do that?? When I'm stressed/tensed, I'm going to listen to this before I sleep. I feel so relaxed, thank you!!"
"Enough with the fake testimonials, already, I get it! So where do I get my orgasm?"
All the above are honest feedback comments left by users of Directed Erotic Visualisation© If you want to know more about the background to what DEV© is and may do for you, take a look at the DEV© FAQ pages
If you want to try it for yourself and Experience the Fantasy then there are FREE audios to use that should suit most tastes and orientations available to download at eSensualbooks.co.uk
Top 10 DEV© Audio Experiences of 2016 (so far!)
1 Romancing the Virgin (Women)
2 Winter Sunburn (Women)
3 Evil Twins (Men)
4 Double Fantasy (Men)
5 A Kiss for You, My Darling (Men)
6 Every Inch of You (Gay)
7 Gentlemen's Club (Women)
8 I Want - to suck your cock (Men)
9 Tasting You (Women)
10 Follow Me (Men)
DEV© Making the world better, one orgasm at a time.
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Monday, 14 May 2018 | James
Saturday, 12 May 2018 | Kathy
In My Handsí voice and scene setting is perfection. This is going to be an audio I revisit time and time again. So well done.