When you make love, you have to remember to surrender. Within our modern psychology there is a certain amount and level of ego distrust and fear, collectively, surrounding women’s distrust of the penetrating male. Man has forgotten how to nurture the goddess, and woman has totally forgotten how to be the goddess. It is a rare thing indeed to really see a woman in her goddess nature. To open these doors again a few things will be very helpful. This is a technique-based approach for people and especially women that rarely experience a full orgasmic flow in their life. Now lets just be clear on one thing; lack of female orgasm during lovemaking is purely a control issue. And the only way out of that is to actively surrender to an energy that is directly or indirectly free and uncontrolled.
So here is the solution. It is a tried and tested technique for a slight tantric breakthrough.
Get naked with your partner.
Lay next to each other and hold hands four twenty four minutes. Music and candles are optional. Contraception should have already been discussed and decided upon.
The man should worship the female body through prostration and kisses for precisely sixteen minutes.
At this point, the male entity should administer perfect oral sex for twenty-two minutes continuously. After this the male should enter the penis through the receptivity of the female.
There should be extremely gentle love making for the next two to three hours. The focus of such lovemaking should have zero focus other than to be as gentle and silent as possible.
After steps one to five are complete, play some nice music and dance together for a half hour. Then eat some deliciously prepared foods.
This technique involves a certain level of commitment and awareness. If you can dedicate yourself to it totally for one month, you will both be more enlightened than Moses, Zarathustra and Buddha combined. Everything is possible in the world of Tantra.
I apologize for giving such a structured technique. It is not my usual way. But it will work. Good luck with it. Namaste