Sexual Confidence Meditation for Performance Anxiety
Do you struggle with sexual performance anxiety? Are you a man who has the desire for intimacy, but can’t seem to make it over the finish line?
If the answer is yes, you aren’t alone. While the numbers aren’t exact, there have been estimates to suggest that around 50% of men over 40 experience some form of erectile dysfunction, also known as “ED”.
If this describes your situation, it is critical that you make an appointment with your physician to rule out medical causes. Some of the more common reasons men develop ED include:
- Cardiovascular disease
- Vascular disorders
- Alcohol abuse and dependence
- Hormonal problems
There may be other physiological causes not mentioned above. For a more comprehensive list, see this page from WebMD.
With that said, some men struggle with ED and sexual performance anxiety because of anxiety and stress. To complicate matters, a fear of not being able to perform can feed off itself. Perhaps you can relate?
It is for this reason that I created the embedded recording, designed to help calm and relax.
Sexual Performance Anxiety Meditation
We know from research that mindfulness-based activities can help some men (and women) who struggle with anxiety in the bedroom. See this fascinating article from Psychology Today.
With the goal of helping guys live more mindful lives, I designed this Viking meditation to bolster sexual confidence. Infused with concepts from Milton Erickson and combined with Nordic myth, the narrative is entirely based on metaphor.
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If you are a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the legend of Thor, you will no doubt recognize the objects and places mentioned. The hope of this recording is to transport you to the realm of Asgard via the Bifrost, a magical wormhole, as depicted in many of the Thor movies. Once you are there, you can tap into the Odin Force and wield the mighty hammer.
Please note this MP3 is entirely “G” rated and is appropriate for several life challenges – not just performance worries. Finally, this recording should not be used as a substitute for medical care or therapy.
I hope you find it useful. Enjoy.