Technique 5: Discover Never-Ending Orgasms

It may seem a bit far-fetched but you can learn to have “never-ending” orgasms. Of course, never-ending is an exaggeration. Who would want an orgasm that never ends? But if you want full control over how long they last and when they end, this is a technique you’ll want to learn.



Audio guide

An audio guide exists for this technique.  Instruction begins after you have given yourself overlapping orgasms.  There is approximately six minutes of audio not including the introduction, and the recovery or lowering of arousal segments.  The audio guide can be a quick means to learn the technique.

Prerequisite technique

Technique 4, “Discover Overlapping Orgasms (“OOs”)”

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 technique.

This technique leads you to regulate the intensity of OO.  When you can regulate the intensity of SO, you can extend the OO experience for longer and longer periods.  With practice, you can extend the duration to as long as you like.


  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, and then to overlapping G-spot orgasms.
  4. Continue to press, and rub your G-spot.  
  5. Do not stimulate your clitoris, but do feel free to touch other parts of your body.
  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 until the intensity is higher than when your overlapping orgasms started. Increases in pressure lead to increases in arousal and intensity.
  8. Apply less pressure to your G-spot and take an occasional deep breath until the intensity of your overlapping orgasms is back where you started from. If necessary, stop touching, and/or move your arms, legs, hands, feet, fingers, and toes to lower the intensity back to where you started from.
  9. When you are back at the level of intensity where your overlapping orgasms started, stop pressing on your G-spot, and take two deep breaths.  
  10. Lower your arousal and stop orgasming. To lower your arousal, move your arms, legs, hands, feet, fingers, and toes, as needed, and take occasional deep breaths.
  11. As you masturbate, you may feel overwhelmed. If this happens, reduce the pressure on your G-spot or stop masturbating entirely. Take one or two deep breaths.  Feeling overwhelmed is often caused by not taking in enough oxygen. When you are feeling OK again, resume masturbating your G-spot. Focus on your breathing a bit more going forward.


  1. Intensity naturally tends to increase over time.  So, raising the intensity you feel can be easier than lowering the intensity.  You have several tools available to you when you want to lower the intensity: 

    Decreased or no pressure. Decreasing pressure on your G-spot.  You can decrease the pressure, if needed, to the point you are not touching your G-spot.
    Deep breaths.  Take a couple of deep breaths, then resume normal steady breathing for a few seconds.  Repeat as needed.
    Close your legs.  At higher intensities, you may find that your legs have spread apart. Your body “wants” to have your legs spread. If you can, close your legs.
    Move. Move your arms, legs, hands, feet, fingers, and toes. Moving focuses your mind away from the pleasure. Moving is the opposite of “letting go”.
    Speak. Speak your name, your age, etc. Speaking focuses your mind away from the pleasure. Speaking is the opposite of “letting go”.
    Type or write. Using your brain to type or write focuses your mind away from pleasure. Typing or writing is the opposite of “letting go”. 

    It may take a minute or two for these tools to begin to lower the intensity. During that minute or two, you may question whether the tools will work. Do not panic. They will lower the intensity.  It just may take a minute or two for them to “kick in”.

  2. With practice, you will likely be able to deal with higher and higher levels of intensity without feeling overwhelmed.
  3. You would like to get to the point where you don’t need to resort to moving your body to lower intensity. You would like to be able to lower intensity just by pressing on your G-spot a bit less hard, and taking an occasional deep breath.
  4. It is good to gradually build up the time you spend enjoying overlapping orgasms. Each practice session, increase the time by two minutes, then five minutes, then ten minutes until you get to an hour. Try enjoying overlapping orgasms for an hour for a week, practicing every day. Then, try 90 minutes for a week, and then 2 hours for a week, as experiments.
  5. When you increase substantially the time you spend enjoying overlapping orgasms, you may find that your vaginal muscles are a bit sore the next morning. This is also true if you increase substantially the intensity of your overlapping orgasms – you may find you are a bit sore the next morning. By the afternoon, the soreness will typically have gone away.
  6. Some may start to question whether they deserve the pleasure they are feeling, especially as they prolong their overlapping orgasms. Adding gradually to the time and intensity helps with not having those thoughts. Too many deep breaths in a row can lead to crying.  Stick with two deep breaths. Later, you can explore on your own what happens when you take more than two deep breaths in quick succession. Note that though it may alarm you, there is no harm in crying.  These would be tears of joy, not of sadness.


  1. Masturbate at least twice (2x) a day, if possible.  Raise and lower the intensity three times each masturbation session.  Practice the warm-up exercise for 5 minutes (or until you experience orgasm) prior to starting your masturbation.  
  2. If you can yell, experiment with yelling loudly when you orgasm.  You may find that yelling enhances your pleasure.


After practicing this technique twice (two different practice sessions), you are ready for Technique 6. “Discover Massive Clitoral Orgasms”

Technique 1: Discover Your G-Spot

Technique 2: Discover Multiple G-Spot Orgasms

Technique 3: Discover Back to Back G-Spot Orgasms

Technique 4: Discover Overlapping Orgasms

Technique 6: Discover Massive Clitoral Orgasms

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