Letters of pleasure – 14.3.14 – task: write & listen

I hope by now you’re becoming familiar with following my instructions and feel more at ease. Please remember that this journey is all about you and your pleasure. This is your space to be free so embrace it and allow yourself to revel in it.

I’ve asked you to make audio recordings of yourself and this is where they now come into play. This task is simple. I’d like you to listen back to your ‘ice’ or ‘bullet’ recording (I’ll let you decide which one) while you write your mantra on a piece of paper.
Your mantra is…
‘My pussy belongs to Mr E. My clit belongs to Mr E. My wetness belongs to Mr E. My orgasms belong to Mr E’
You’ll write the lines until the audio has ended.

Yes, I’m asking you to write lines like you’re in school. Firstly this is a sexual educational experience. Secondly your journey comprises of discipline and respect for authority as much as it comprises of trust and comfort.

I realise this task my be of a particular challenge as your mind may inhibit you and question, even reject, the logic of this task. However, I ask you open your mind and leave convention and normality behind. As you write I want you to focus on the words, feel them – don’t just scribble them on the page with the aim to just complete the task. As you write take in the sound of your audio. Listen to it – really listen to it. Again you may feel odd, funny or embarrassed by your own sounds, don’t be. Embrace them. Listen to the pleasure in your voice. Listen to how free and immersed in the moment you are, the pleasure you have become. Take note of how your breathing – how hard or soft it is, it’s pace, if you hold your breathe, the sound you make as you exhale. Listen to how you inhale – how quick or long and deep it is, the pitch and tone, is your mouth open or do you inhale through clenched teeth?Take note of the pleasure you express.

I realise that writing and actively listening to your record may clash and be a distraction. If you find this too much of a challenge I’d suggest doing the task twice. The first time around focus on the writing; the second time around focus on your sounds. Once you’ve completed your writing task take a picture of your writing. Again, this image will form part of a task in the future.

Mr E

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