Sex between two people is raw, vulnerable, intimate, physical, heart-felt and for many spiritual as well. We meet each other in the rawness of our humanity. Many men and women are afraid of this. They are afraid to fully show up and allow the other to really see them. They experience sex from a place of fear and anxiety rather than a place of connection and love. Men focus on performance and failing and women are not able to fully let go on a physical and emotional level.
Here are 7 simple yet very powerful steps in learning how to move beyond sexual performance anxiety and into a place of connection, love, passion, and sexual enjoyment.
Step 1 – Acknowledging sexual performance anxiety
Step 2 – Focus on breathing
Step 3 – Connect to mind, body and heart
Men sexual anxiety
Women’s sexual anxiety
This process disconnects the individual from their whole body. Men do not just experience sex with your mind and penis – it is a whole body experience of your mind, body and heart. When you learn how to connect with all of you the anxiety lessens and reduces as you are connected with all of your being rather than the aspects which are dysfunctional.
So many women are disconnected from their vagina – there is a lot of shame around this intimate part of them. When they learn to connect with all of their feminine body – mind, body and heart they begin to enjoy and be present with sex on a whole new connected level.
Being sexually connected to your mind, body and heart brings a new dimension of sexual enjoyment, pleasure and joy into the bedroom and sex life.
Step 4 – It’s okay to be vulnerable
Step 5 – Communication is the key
Step 6 – Sexual confidence
Step 7 – Connection to sexual energy
Do you experience Sexual Performance Anxiety?
If you experience sexual performance anxiety rest assured you are not alone. It is a common fear for so many men and women. The steps above will support you to moving beyond sexual anxiety into sexual confidence – if you do want expert help please do contact me. My details are below.
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