Because it feels good if you are happier after sex, it’s not just

Body feeling improves satisfaction in love and everything else

Intercourse is complicated. Often it seems good and often painful or uncomfortable. Often our company is inundated with heat and love and often with alienation and despair. Intercourse are at times satisfying as well as times incomplete and frustrating. To complicate things much more, emotions of pleasure associated with intercourse might have some of the elements that are above. Relating to research recently posted into the journal Science, intercourse need not be pleasurable or good so as to make us feel delighted.

Based on this research, carried out by Matthew Killingsworth and Daniel Gilbert of Harvard University, pleasure arises once we are fully involved in the experiences of our systems in today’s moment; whenever our attention is totally full of the body feeling (embodied self-awareness). Continue reading