Blissful Sensations

When we think about our body, we don’t often think about how sensual our skin is. Our skin is the largest and most complex organ. It is our external barrier with the world; it’s where we experience the outer world.

We use our skin to communicate with others through contact, touching each other and being touched all via the skin. From birth and long before we learnt verbal communication, we used to touch and feel to connect with the world around us using our skin.

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Blissful Sensations

SKU 6106 Category Course: Blissful Sensations

Think about when you Fell in love is was all about that blissful sensation of touch.

What are those first thoughts you have when you think what it was like when you first fell in love with someone? You thought about them all day how much you fell deeply in love with them, how you longed to be near them. To touch them and be touched by them. Even just the smallest, insignificant contact you had, their hand touching your skin or the soft touch of their lips, would send intense feelings of pleasure shooting through your entire body.

Do you remember when the blissful touch of your lover completely entranced you? Just the thought of it would make your mind run wild?

What would it be like if you could enjoy that beautiful sensuality again? Every day whenever you thought about it?

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