Emotional Visualization: Ask the Experts

mecoach male enhancementBig Al, of MaleEnhancementCoach.com, answers a question about emotional visualization for training, in this Ask the Experts article.

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Q. I have a really hard time focusing on the emotional visualizations part of training…

…Distractions then frustration kicks in and I just lose all hardness. I get bored very easily too. Is there something I can do to make my training sessions better?

Big Al: If you want to MAXIMIZE your male enhancement training gains here’s the most essential advice:

First, your mind state- male enhancement training does NOT work well when you engage negative emotions like fear or self-loathing. The penis doesn’t operate well under negative emotional conditions. When you begin your exercises clear your mind. Sometimes picturing a field of white light can be useful. Focus solely on the tactile sensations you’re inducing. At the same time attempt to emote a feeling of confidence and being unencumbered. Inducing [at least] a neutral mind state so you can focus on emoting confidence and a feeling of being unencumbered will maximize your immediate EQ. If your mind starts to drift then take a deep breath and mentally re-center yourself.

Second, make it a goal over time to raise your EQ as high as possible- even beyond the levels needed for proficiency in sexual performance. The higher your EQ, the more tissue expansion you’ll get. At the very least you’ll need to keep increasing your EQ in the same proportion as your size gains in order to merely maintain the same level of functioning.

Third, log all of your training details so you’ll ensure regular reviews and ask questions when you have them. While I review all active standard client
journals every few weeks, I can review your journal at anytime. Keep a log also makes you accountable.
As far as boredom- remember why you’re training in the first place. Develop the mental discipline to understand that work is required for progress. Also understand that training time is “you” time. Learn to train distraction-free and love your training. If you repeat the habit often enough you’ll develop the necessary discipline to train successfully.

This is something which may take some getting used to but once you turn the corner on this procedure you’ll realize the great benefits to be had.

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