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4 Reasons A Vagina May Not Be Numb

Female clients complain most about their numb vagina. The worst thing is that they think they are broken and alone. Let’s begin by addressing two issues:

You can’t be broken.

Vaginal numbness can be a good thing.

You can feel pleasure and sensation again in your vagina.

Let’s look at the causes of numbness.

Reason #1: Constant bad sex

Penetrative sex is a particular example. This is a sad fact about conditioning: If we are experiencing sex more than enjoying it, our brains will start to tune out the negative touch.

Bad sex is when you don’t get your needs met. This means that your partner is not paying attention to you and doesn’t touch you in a way you find stimulating.

Many of us are so used to sexy quickies, that we haven’t tapped into the immense learning potential of mindful masturbation and how it can be used to expand our erotic possibilities.

Reason #2: You don’t spend enough time on your pleasure

This point builds upon the one before it and includes time with yourself. This refers to the time spent building arousal before penetration takes place. Insufficient time will result in penetration that is unpleasant and eventually numbing.

It’s amazing to see that most women spend less time praising themselves than they would in a partnered relationship. Many of us are so used to sexy quickies, that we haven’t tapped into the immense learning potential of mindful masturbation and how it can be used to expand our erotic possibilities.

You can enjoy your self-pleasure routines by engaging in penetration and…

Don’t rush to get into your body before you’re fully awakened for the sake.

Vulvas can have a wide variety of orgasms. Deeper orgasms (ie. The G-spot or cervical orgasms can last between 40 and an hour of attentive pleasuring.

Reason #3: You haven’t done enough internal research

Your clitoris is easier to access, so chances are that you found it first in your quest for sexual maturity. It can be a reliable and simple way to have an orgasm.

On the other hand, your vagina is complicated and hidden, so you might feel uncomfortable exploring it.

There are many other options if you’re ready to make the leap. However, the more you spend time observing what internal pleasures your body responds to, the more those responses are consolidated and built up into new pathways for arousal.

Reason #4: Sexual trauma

This is a more common problem than most people realize and can have devastating consequences for the body. Trauma can occur with any non-consensual activity where we are overwhelmed and cannot take effective action. It doesn’t matter if this involves penetration; it can still cause genital numbness.

Sexual trauma often comes with intense shame. The discomfort of this shame can lead to dissociation from the body as well as from pleasure.

The vaginal area is particularly vulnerable to trauma by holding it in numbness or tension. When trauma is experienced, it can trigger a host of difficult emotions, such as grief or rage.

What’s the solution?

De-armouring can be a powerful tool for dealing with vaginal pain or numbness. De-armouring is a powerful tool to alleviate rigidity and promote the flow of life force energy.

Vaginal de-armoring can be described as applying gentle pressure to different points in the vagina and then breathing into them. This allows you to release any emotions. You can either do this with a practitioner or by yourself using your hand or crystal wands.

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