Sex

Sex

LOW LIGHT AND SOFT SOUNDS

LOW LIGHT AND SOFT SOUNDS

A SENSORY PRESCRIPTION FOR SEX

In the book you can discover all the necessary sensory elements for the build up-to and enjoyment of sex; and for a speedier recovery. Personal choice comes into it a lot of course, but there are many instinctive, basic evolutionary factors at play too.

 

The sensory prescription shows how soft sounds, materials, shapes and lighting dominate.

Here’s a snippet of what else there is to discover…

WEAR RED

Red is an in-built trigger for both sexes, and across most species, not just us humans.

Men instinctively sit closer to and talk more to women in red. And women consistently rate men as better potential mates when they are wearing red or standing against a red background.


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SWEET ENTICING AROMAS

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The nostalgic aromas of pumpkin pie and doughnuts was shown in one experiment to increase the quality of men’s erections.

The constituent spices and ingredients, like vanilla, nutmeg and cinnamon all have positive effects on the enticing atmosphere in a room.

THE SMELL OF YOUR SKIN

Beyond adding aroma into a room, the smell of each other’s skin is the ultimate scent for sex, as it is a major part of an evolutionary connection that has a bought you together in the first place.

We are drawn to the natural odour of our partners in a way that is beyond our control.


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GENTLE WHISPERS

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Hushed voices in music and close up whispers are truly intimate, and can trigger tingling sensations on your skin that heighten the moment.

ENGAGE THE SENSES

Mindfullness practices talk about 'being in the moment', often achieving the state by focusing on and engaging the senses. Touch is a powerful modality for this. Interesting textures invite exploration and draw you in. The feel of different materials on your skin can spark new experiences.

Engage the senses, be in the moment, and really indulge your sense of touch.


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For enquiries related to the book, contact Jon Wood
Otherwise send an email to hello@sensebook.co.uk
Visit sensoryexperiences.co.uk for projects

For enquiries related to the book, contact Jon Wood
Otherwise send an email to hello@sensebook.co.uk
Visit sensoryexperiences.co.uk for projects

For enquiries related to the book, contact Jon Wood
Otherwise send an email to hello@sensebook.co.uk
Visit sensoryexperiences.co.uk for projects

For enquiries related to the book, contact Jon Wood
Otherwise send an email to hello@sensebook.co.uk
Visit sensoryexperiences.co.uk for projects

For enquiries related to the book, contact Jon Wood
Otherwise send an email to hello@sensebook.co.uk
Visit sensoryexperiences.co.uk for projects