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As the toucher and receiver become absorbed into their experience, they become less conscious of the outside world. Touching for sensation, connection or playfulness can produce altered states in one or both of you. In our everyday reality, we experience ourselves as separate from other people. As the toucher, if you go deep enough into the touch experience, this boundary can dissolve. You find yourself in an altered reality, essentially a trance state. W.B. Yeats concluded his wonderful poem Among School Children with these lines: When doing touch, you can arrive at a place where you no longer, as Yeats put it, “know the dancer from the dance.” Boundaries dissolve. It’s an altered state, a magical reality where you go out of your everyday mindset and into your fingers and touch. When you’re in this consciousness, you don’t have to think about what to do next. Learn about Vigrx at http://enlargement-world.blogspot.com/2016/10/the-power-of-vigrx-plus.html and http://www.kiwibox.com/nicolascas/

You know because your fingers know—and tell you. And the other person’s body is speaking to you through your touch. This level of communication is available to almost everyone through regular practice. You might expect inhabiting a role would make it more difficult, if not impossible, to enter this altered state. How can you lose yourself when you’re focusing on inhabiting an identity? Well, roles create structure and order, much like the computer operating system mentioned earlier. They reduce our range of choices and provide a context within which to focus. If I know my role is that of massage therapist, it gives me a range of ways to touch and a range of ways not to touch. It simplifies things and this makes it easier for me to get immersed in the experience. Because I am playing a role, it’s easier for me to go deep. When you go deep, your kinesthetic (touch) intelligence is activated. Culturally, we have a limiting and inaccurate notion of what it means to be ‘smart.’ It’s usually understood to be about cognitive processing power, about IQ. This is a school-learning model of intelligence and it overlooks the many other ways people can be smart. Educational scholar Howard Gardner has broken important new ground with his vastly more accurate and respectful model of multiple human intelligences. Among the types of smarts he identifies are social, logical, intrapersonal, musical, verbal and, yes, kinesthetic. If you have a high touch intelligence, it’s probably not news to you that your fingers can tell you how to touch. You already know how they can ask questions and get clear answers, too. If you’re not tuned into your kinesthetic intelligence, it may be because our cultural model of intelligence has gotten in the way. You didn’t know more was possible and thus never developed your touch potential. It may also be that touch is one of your lesser aptitudes. The fact is that we’re all stronger in some areas than others, and touch may not be your strong suit. If you don’t feel great at touch, don’t despair. Pretty much everyone can learn to go into touch trance. I know many people without a high kinesthetic intelligence who, with practice, became more adept than more naturally skilled people who didn’t put in the time and effort. Learn about Semenax at https://erinjgz.wordpress.com/2016/03/19/semenax-really-works/

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