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loving touchLove potion #9 doesn't exist. So what is the secret to a long lasting and fulfilling sexual relationship? Connecting romantically to the opposite sex is more of a sensory ritual rather than something that can be controlled by a change in behavior geared to accommodate each individual. It is important to not only be in tune with your physical senses, but also what makes the other person tick. This article will examine the role the five senses play in the laws of attraction.

SENSE OF SIGHT

While this may seem to be the most obvious, studies have shown that it takes more than a physical attraction to fall in love with someone. Being "beautiful on the inside" plays a large role in complementing appearance. When two people are in a loving, committed relationship, the world around them melts. Flirting and body language have also been shown to make or break a first impression. When people are compatible, they often mirror each others body language, giving the message that there is a trust and a bond forming between them. These actions are often very subtle, but powerful.

SENSE OF SMELL

We have all seen commercials for those body sprays, where women shed their clothes on contact with anyone wearing them, but how real is this? According to recent studies, those ads are not too far off. 3 men were subject of the study: one man was doused with an artificial pheromone, the second man wore aftershave, and the third man had just had a vigorous workout and was sweaty. A blindfolded woman smelled all three and which did she prefer? Aftershave guy won, hands down.

SENSE OF SOUND

Your tone and the inflection of your voice makes up 38% of what people think of you. Going basically hand in hand with appearance, a pleasant voice has been known to make someone appear more attractive. This is translated the most through laughter, which is the greatest conveyance of positive feelings toward someone. Perhaps this is because we tend to laugh at even the most mundane subjects when we are stimulated by the presence of another. Using sound can also be a major sensual turn on for women when you gently whisper in her ear, especially while making love.

SENSE OF TASTE

Why is kissing so erotic? This is where the sense of taste comes in. Kissing is one way of tasting the pheromones of your lover, telling you whether or not you are sexually compatible. Enjoying the same types of foods is very arousing. And as a fantastic side benefit, food, especially fruit, can affect the flavor of semen, enhancing oral sex for both of you! Other foods are known to be aphrodisiacs, such as raw oysters, chocolate, asparagus, and bananas, and can be consumed in anticipation of an amazing night of passion!

SENSE OF TOUCH

Ever play footsies? If you tried that with a stranger, they would probably be annoyed. But with your significant other? Foreplay! Gentle touches, brushing up against each other, are all signs of desire. Unlike the other four senses, which are localized, your sense of touch is all over your body. When sensitive areas are touched, a message is sent to your brain usually leading to some sort of reaction. The most sensitive areas of the body are the neck, hands, lips, face, tongue, fingertips and feet. Exploring each other's bodies may also uncover other hot spots which will become a sexual secret that the two of you can share.

When you are initially attracted to someone, the five senses kick into gear and you begin the journey of getting closer to one another as your relationship develops. No doubt, incorporating the awareness that these senses bring will lead to a more satisfying sex life as well!

Posted by LoveRat
Wednesday, May 28th, 2008


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