Technique 2: Discover Multiple G-Spot Orgasms

 There’s no need to settle for just one G-spot orgasm. This exercise will help you move from one to multiple pleasurable orgasms.



Audio guide

An audio guide exists for this technique.  Instruction begins after your first orgasm and after you find your G-spot.  There is approximately 5 minutes of audio not including the introduction and discussion of homework.  The audio guide can be a quick means to learn the technique.

Prerequisite technique

None, for those who already know where their G-spot is located.  For those who do not know, Technique 1, “Discover Your G-Spot”, is a prerequisite.

Other requirements for this technique

Though a dildo is recommended, there are no other requirements for this technique.    If you already have a dildo that you use to stimulate your G-spot, you can use the dildo instead of fingers to press and rub your G-spot.   If you do not have a dildo, and wish to purchase one, recommended dildos are listed on the website.  The recommended dildos are ones that are made specifically to apply pressure on one’s G-spot.

Dildos are suggested, since hands and fingers can get tired pressing and rubbing one’s G-spot.  Recommended dildos have a weight to them that makes stimulating one’s G-spot less tiring.


This technique involves masturbating.  Clothes need to be off for this and all remaining techniques.

The technique leads to experiencing multiple G-spot orgasms.


  1. Pee before you start the technique.
  2. Get your dildo, if you have one and use it to stimulate your G-spot.
  3. Masturbate and/or use the warm up exercise to arouse yourself to orgasm.
  4. Find the location of your G-spot.
  5. Press, and rub your G-spot.  Vary the position and motion of your hand so you feel comfortable.  Experiment with the ‘come hither’ motion, which may feel more comfortable.
  6. Breathe steadily and regularly.  Lack of oxygen can lead to feeling dizzy or out of breath.
  7. Apply more pressure to your G-spot little by little over time.
  8. When you experience an orgasm, continue to masturbate your G-spot.  This technique relies on continuous and increasing pressure on your G-spot.
  9. Keep the pressure and intensity the same as you had when you experienced your first G-spot orgasm.
  10. Give yourself another G-spot orgasm.
  11. When you experience your second G-spot orgasm, shouting helps when you do not feel deserving of all the pleasure your body is providing.
  12. Give in to the pleasure you are feeling.  It’s OK to allow yourself to let go and give yourself up to pleasure.  You deserve all the pleasure.
  13. Stop pressing on your G-spot.
  14. Take two deep breaths.  Allow your arousal to drift lower, and to stop orgasming.  You may need to move your arms, legs, hands, feet, fingers and toes to lower your arousal, and to take occasional deep breaths.

The most important elements of the technique are captured in the acronym “MAGIC”.   MAGIC is formed from the first letters of these five elements:

Move.  Move to masturbate your G-spot as soon after your first orgasm peaks as possible.   Stop touching your clitoris.  Do not touch your clitoris for the remainder of the technique.

Announce.  Announce. , Let your surroundings know when you orgasm.  Many women feel they do not deserve all the pleasure they receive.  Yelling or screaming loudly often helps overcome such feelings.  Yelling or screaming, for many, also enhances the pleasure.  If you cannot announce loudly, shout as loudly as you feel comfortable doing.

Give in.  Give in to the pleasure you experience.  Many women hold themselves back.  We do not allow ourselves all the pleasure our bodies can provide.  Some women are worried about being out of control.  To fully experience overlapping orgasms, however, you need to give in to the pleasure.  You need to let yourself go.

Increase.   Increase the pressure on your G-spot.   Over time, apply a bit more pressure until you have your first G-spot orgasm.  Continue with this same level of pressure to enjoy a second G-spot orgasm.

Continue.   Continue breathing steadily and regularly.  Before learning these techniques, many women breathe shallowly or hold their breaths during masturbation or orgasm.  


  1. For many, one of the main differences between this technique and their usual approach to masturbation is the elimination of clitoral stimulation after your first orgasm.   Stopping masturbating your clitoris immediately after orgasm focuses your attention on your G-spot.   In subsequent techniques, clitoral stimulation is called for, but only after experiencing overlapping orgasms.
  2. It may take a bit of experimentation to discover the pressure and motion that arouses your G-spot.   This is natural and normal. 
  3. Many feel they “should” suppress making noises during masturbation and/or sex.  But many find it enhances their pleasure to yell or scream during orgasm.  If at all possible, allow yourself to experiment with yelling LOUDLY when you orgasm.Many also feel undeserving of sexual pleasure, especially when that pleasure is far beyond what they have previously experienced.  By yelling when you orgasm, you may find you can counteract feelings of not feeling deserving.
  4. Many do not easily give themselves up to the pleasure their bodies provide.  For example, it is common to get wrapped up in thoughts like, “Am I doing this right?”  Sexual pleasure is not about performing and is not about analyzing.  It is sensual.  It is about being aware of your body and what you are feeling.It can be difficult to let oneself go, to give in to what you are feeling.  Like with the other elements of this technique, practice can help.
  5. After finding your G-spot, apply pressure and rub your G-spot.   You may feel pleasure immediately or it may take a bit of pressing and rubbing until you feel pleasure.  Increase that pressure and you feel more pleasure.  With increased pressure, you get more and more aroused, and orgasm.  But do not stop there.  Your G-spot does not have a refractory period, so continue to apply and increase pressure on your G-spot as you experience your first and second orgasms.
  6. Breathing is something we do involuntarily.  However, some of us have gotten into the habit of breathing shallowly or holding our breaths when we get close to orgasm and/or when we orgasm and/or after we orgasm.  If you have only one orgasm, breathing shallowly or holding your breath can work for you.  But as you explore multiple orgasms, it is suggested you breathe steadily, regularly, and take in big lungfuls of air.   It is similar to exercising in that when you exercise, you breathe differently.Not breathing or breathing shallowly can lead to shortness of breath, dizziness, and light-headedness.
  7. When you are masturbating, it is common to have your thoughts wander off.  For example, your thoughts may turn to questions like, “Am I doing this right?”  If you find such thoughts intruding, try focusing on your breathing.  Focusing on your breath and breathing can keep intrusive thoughts away.  


  1. Masturbate twice (2x) a day, if possible.  Give yourself at least three (3) G-spot orgasms each time.  Practice the warm up exercise from Technique 1 for 5 minutes (or until you experience orgasm) prior to starting your masturbation. 
  2. If you can yell, experiment with yelling loudly each time you orgasm.  You may find that yelling enhances your pleasure.


After practicing this technique twice (two different practice sessions), you are ready for Technique 3, “Discover Back to Back G-Spot Orgasms”.

Technique 1: Discover Your G-Spot

Technique 3: Discover Back to Back G-Spot Orgasms

Technique 4: Discover Overlapping Orgasms

Technique 5: Discover Never-Ending Orgasms

Technique 6: Discover Massive Clitoral Orgasms

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