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Just as your journey into this world in your body begins with a breath, so too, does the journey back to erotic embodiment. Breathing is central in building an inner relationship with your erotic self and feeling good in your body. Ultimately, taking steps towards feeling good in your body is one of the most important acts of self-love that you can do, and feeling comfortable in your body will positively affect every other aspect of your life.
In playing with breath, you can regain the natural curiosity about yourself and your body that you had as. Bringing your creativity, your passion for life, and your love for yourself to breathplay can make erotic breathing fun, delicious, exciting, and relaxing.
Reward yourself with lusciousness every time you take time out to play with your breath. While every step of the journey is about joy, it is important to note that delving into your erotic self and remembering your curious erotic breath play may bring up trauma, past abuse or negative feelings about the self. Thus, it is important to be gentle with yourself and to remember that moving through these feelings can be done with a sense of power and accomplishment.
With this in mind, we will start by joyfully stating that there is no right way to breathe. The good news is that if you do nothing more than play with different kinds of breathing throughout your day, you will experience a greater sense of erotic embodiment. To awaken the center of your eroticism, you must breathe deep into the parts of your body from which your most erotic energy is generated.
Think of your breath is an inner masseuse that connects you with your intelligence, your voice, and your empathy, power, and passion, while at the same time bringing all of these important aspects of yourself together. There are many kinds of erotic breathing.
A great breath to start you with is Relaxing Breath.
To attain the greatest heights of arousal, you must first find comfort and relaxation in your body. We hold many memories in our bodies, of pleasure and trauma, stress and relaxation. You can breathe into all of these feelings and the breath will heal trauma and relax the stress, allowing you to feel more comfortable in your body and to begin to produce an erotic glow that others will sense. You can do erotic breathing in any position. When first beginning to explore erotic breathing, we have found it easiest to feel the deep movement of the breath lying on your back, however, you can experiment with different positions.
The final breath, the one that is rarely taught in other embodiment practices, but which is the basis of erotic embodiment, is what we call the Eros Breath.
Breath that moves through your throat, chest, and stomach into your erotic center connects your inner senses of voice, love, power, eroticism, and security. The idea is to recreate free-flowing energy between these centers.
Connecting these centers, which have often been painfully disconnected through the process of socialization, trauma, and difficult relationships is the first step towards erotic embodiment. When your erotic center is connected to feelings of love, you will better know your desires.
When it is connected to your sense of security, you will better know your boundaries.
This is why erotic breathing is a big part of our work. If Eros Breath seems difficult at first, it is because you are likely very used to breathing into your chest or stomach, and you do not realize how deeply you can move your erotic breath play. However, if you watch a newborn baby sleep, you will see their pelvic floor moving with the breath, with some practice, you can regain this depth of connection. Most importantly, be gentle and do not judge yourself, the healing effects will come in time.
Remember you deserve pleasure, playfulness, joy, and love in your life and breathplay is one way to give yourself these gifts. Do you feel a difference anywhere in your body? Are you more warm and open? Is there a greater sense of relaxation and aliveness? Did any resistance come up? If you keep a journal, try writing about feelings or sensations that came up during this breathplay.
Or simply walk through the world with the greater sense of erotic centering you feel, you might be surprised at the magnetism that this breathplay generates as others become curious about and excited by your glow. Erotic Breathplay. Erotic Breathplay was last modified: May 3rd, by Danielle Harel. Privacy Preferences. When you visit our website, it may store information through your browser from specific services, usually in form of cookies. Here you can change your privacy preferences.
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