The Sensual Man
by Michael Webb, Founder - The Virtuoso Lover
The Sensual Man
I once knew a salsa instructor in Spain who was scrawny with a jacked up grill, but women flocked to him. It wasn’t just the swivel hips. They stood around him, giggling to each other about how he was just so sensual. That is because he really paid attention to them. He noted a nice perfume and complimented new haircuts. When he spoke to a woman, he looked her in the eye, and he listened to what she said. He appreciated every detail that made a woman pleasing, and she appreciated him back.
You don’t have to be a Spanish dance instructor to make women melt, although it helps. Just take some cues from the guy. Before you can be a sensual lover, you have to be a sensual person, and that’s achieved in paying attention to the details. Stop and smell the roses, if you will.
Let’s say you are going to have a private dinner prepared for you by world-renowned chef Mario Batali. As you’re being served course after course of some of the finest cuisine in the world, are you going to just shovel it into your mouth in order to fill your stomach? Or are you going to savor each bite, taking in the artistry of the flavors? Option one may make you full, but you have not enjoyed the meal to its full potential.
This is all too often how men approach life, which is why they approach sex in the same manner. They know that getting off is nice, so that becomes the goal of the act. Much in the same way wolfing down Batali’s meal won’t allow you to appreciate the complex flavors, madly pumping your way through sex doesn’t allow you the full experience.
The easiest way to correct this behavior is to slooooow doooown. This doesn’t mean that you should continue the same humping method, just slower. It means, slow everything down. Close your eyes, and take a deep breath through your nose. Notice what you smell. Maybe it’s nothing, or maybe something is cooking in the background, and you can pick out the faint smell of garlic. Now do this with your partner. Close your eyes – cutting off one sense heightens the other. Breathe her scent in. Note what you smell, and how it is unique to her. Run your finger tips along her skin. Feel how soft it is in comparison to yours. Now look her over. Really look her over. See how her body is different from any other woman’s body. Maybe she has a scar on her knee that you never noticed before. Using all your senses helps you to really appreciate your partner. The more you appreciate her, the more you can please her, and the better the sex is for both parties.
About the author:
Book Review - The Virtuoso Lover Let's face it - everyone wants to be great in bed. However, the
problem is there's very little information out there to help guys understand what makes them a
master in the bedroom. Especially when we've got women protecting men's egos by faking it. So
how does Michael Webb's new book trilogy "The Virtuoso Lover" compare to the mountains of books
that claim to make you dynamite between the sheets? Let's find out: Upon first glance, you
realize that this is a VERY in-depth journey, spanning 524 pages and covering every topic under
the sun related to sex. The first book starts out with a lot of mistakes guys make, fundamentals
and principles for great lovemaking. It mentions something very profound when it states the
secret to great lovemaking starts with the right mindset, beliefs and attitude. Guys everywhere
are trying to find the "quick fix" to becoming a great lover, when in essence what they should
really be focusing on is much deeper. This 1st book does a great job of that. While we feel the
content was amazing, we found it was sometimes repeating itself. Obviously, this was to
emphasize a great point, but thought we'd mention it anyway. The 2nd book gets into the nitty-
gritty. Where to put your hand, in what order, foreplay, how to touch her, massage, kiss,
pleasure the g-spot, clit, - you name it, it's there! This book goes really DEEP into foreplay
and sex with women. It will give you dozens of ideas of what to do with her neck, shoulders,
arms, chest, legs, mouth, eyes, ears - everything! Because so much of turning women on has to do
with foreplay, the book really goes in depth there. One thing we really loved about this volume
is 'the paradox of trying too hard'. It stated that often guys try WAY too hard and often come
across looking robotic, not spontaneous, and nervous. Lovemaking is all about the flow,
confidence and being in the moment. Sometimes being better is thinking LESS. Book 3 finishes off
the trilogy by covering orgasms, faking it, positions, undressing a woman, sensuality, sex talk
and being comfortable in your own skin. And that's what makes this book so special. Not the
hundreds of tips and techniques for getting angles and orgasm potential, but rather information
about mindset, congruency, being a giver and understanding women on a DEEP level. Really enjoyed
how many of the topics seemed to flow seamlessly into each other and explain many of the more
important aspects of sex that NO ONE really covers. All in all, this is an exceptional trilogy
on the art of true lovemaking. If you're interested in pleasing women rather than stroking your
ego, then this book is definitely for you. Check it out at…
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