I see your point about technique.
About neutral PIs: I thought PIs were actual, definite sensations that your dick wouldn’t normally feel - as distinct from “no PIs at all” - which would be your dick as it felt before you started PE.
sparkyx: “PIs (Physiologic Indicators) are the observable physical responses of your penis to the forces applied in PE.
NEUTRAL PIs, are neither obviously positive or negative. They must be INTERPRETED in relation to other definite Positive or Negative PIs. They are referred to as neutral, because at times, they may be a positive indicator, and other times, a negative indicator. Whether these Neutral PIs are positive or negative for YOU…will only become obvious when other DEFINITE Positive or Negative PIs begin to show.
-temporary penis contraction after a PE workout
-slight achyness in your penis
-increased size temporarily, a few minutes to a couple hours
-edema in the penis skin”
Would “normal feeling dick” be considered a PI in itself, or an absence of PIs?
PIs are just as the name says, “Physiologic Indicators”. These are PHYSICAL signs which tend to indicate whats happening. I made no mention of feelings other than avoiding pain.
Neutrals MUST BE INTERPRETED! They can be negative or positive, FOR YOU! You must interpret them in terms of what they indicate for you. So, for some guys, they find that red spots are fine, for other guys they may indicate too much force.
I didn’t talk much about any “feelings” other than pain which I advise to avoid, and I mentioned achyness as a “neutral”.
I didn’t discuss feelings because they can be ambiguous and vary greatly from guy to guy. I didn’t feel when I wrote the article that what I feel when gaining will be the same for most guys…and I still feel that way.
I do think that the itching and achy feeling certainly may turn out to have benefit, certainly for the individual, if he finds that it is a good indicator. I just am not convinced YET that it will mean the same thing for most guys. So, again they would fall into the NEUTRAL category, meaning they have to be interpreted for what they mean FOR YOU.
A “normal dick” would be your baseline, uneffected by PE, so neither positive or negative. Its when you begin to move away from your baseline that you need to know if its a “positive” or “negative” effect. Before I wrote the “PIs”, many guys would be getting SCREAMING indicators that they were going in the wrong direction, but didn’t understand what it meant, so they would keep going in a bad direction.
Happiness begins where selfishness ends!
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