Love Tip – Fantasy Turns Us On!
Most of us know that fantasy and imagination can turn up the heat in the bedroom. Did you know they also make getting to know someone much more fun and exciting… and even make it more REAL! (Singles… you’ll want to use this powerful tool in your very first conversation with a new interest, creating the spark right away in those very first moments.) (Couples… the same tool reignites spark in your ongoing maybe not-so-spicy relationship.)
Fantasy and imagination typically bypass the “what’s possible” filters in our mind, opening us up to a much richer experience of our dreams and desires. And, desires play a big role in our turn-on not just in bed, but in life. So whether you’re single and just walked up next to a cute guy or gal in the bank teller line or you’ve been married for decades… sharing our dreams and desires strengthens our connection because we’re getting to know each other on a real level. Yes, our fantasies and imaginations reveal much about our true self. (Single men, you can take her on an imaginary “trip” in your very first conversation and you’ll have everything you need for a great first phone call and likely an awesome first date!) Here’s a starter question….
Men: Light her up by asking her, “If you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would you be?”
Women: Ask the man in your life, “If you could be doing anything you really wanted right now, what would you be doing?”
Speaking of imagination, imagine the kind of night filled with connection, fun, and passion you could have if you continued this conversation where that first question leaves off…
On top of that, fantasy and imagination are just one of the many gateways to turn-on, excitement, connection and romance that we explore in our events… there’s intimate communication and pillow talk, celebration, flirting, and even the simple foundational needs that set the stage for a great relationship, and much much more.
In love, light and ecstasy,
*At Ecstatic Intimacy, an all-inclusive website for singles and couples, we welcome all sexual orientation(s), gender(s) and relationship expressions. In this article we utilize the pronouns he/she/him/her.