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Shaking Orgasm: What It Is & Feels Like and 15 Steps to Experience It Yourself

Sex is great, no one’s denying that. But if you want to learn how to have or give your partner truly unique shaking orgasms, we have all the tips you need!

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When you have amazing sex with a shaking orgasm, you never forget it. No matter who you sleep with next, that memory stays lodged in your mind. Why? Because now you’ve had a taste of really mind-blowing sex. Let’s be honest, that doesn’t happen every day with just anyone.

For you to have had that one amazing experience, everything had to fit perfectly together. Most of the time, it’s by chance.

No one is planning it step by step. And although you want to know exactly how to achieve shaking orgasms, there’s not really a plan to follow.

So, if you want to achieve this level of pleasure for yourself or help your partner to get there, you need to understand a little bit more about shaking orgasms. Here is everything you need to know to unlock this new level of pleasure.

[Read: The intense orgasms checklist for amazing sex every time]

Are full-body, shaking orgasms real?

They may sound like a concept made up for porn, or something that sounds too good to be true, but they actually are real! Anyone is capable of having an intense shaking orgasm, even if you don’t think it’s possible for you.

Who can have a shaking orgasm?

Shaking orgasms don’t discriminate between men and women; everyone can have one.

That’s because an intense, full-body, shaking orgasm unlike any you’ve had before isn’t achievable through a specific body part or technique. It’s solely reliant on the mood you’re in, the connection you have with your partner, and your ability to communicate what you like and don’t like sexually.

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Will a shaking orgasm happen naturally?

Well, it depends on how you go about this. If you’re just looking to achieve a world of pleasure for yourself or your partner, then sure, it can happen naturally. So long as you pay attention to what you and your other half like in the bedroom, you can eventually achieve in giving either of you an out-of-this-world orgasm.

But, there is another way to have or give someone a shaking orgasm that requires a bit more intention.

Tantric sex is quite different from the passionate lovemaking we picture when we think of sex. Tantric sex is less about satisfying a lusty craving and more about healing your internal energy and spiritual development.

By focusing on your breathwork, eye contact, and physical intimacy with your partner, the goal is to achieve a deep connection, far deeper than regular sex achieves.

One benefit of tantric sex is the deep, full-body shaking orgasms you can achieve while taking part in this spiritual practice. However, the concentration and meditation it requires mean that it isn’t for everyone.

Which positions work best to achieve a shaking orgasm?

There is no one position that is guaranteed to give your partner or yourself the orgasm of a lifetime. Actually, it’s recommended that you switch up your positions for some much-appreciated variety. [Read: The best sex positions for beginners to instantly feel like a pro]

Although with that said, it is believed that some G-spot and P-spot stimulation goes a long way in making the difference between a regular orgasm and a shaking orgasm.

Unsure of how to pleasure the G-spot? Try putting a pillow under her hips to reach her G-spot during missionary, having her ride on top, or doing it doggy style. All of these positions make it easier to stimulate her G-spot and have her on the road to a shaking orgasm.

If you don’t know how to stimulate a man’s P-spot, it’s very similar to stimulating a G-spot; lift his hips if you’re penetrating from the front and have a go at doggy style if you’re wanting to stimulate his spot from the back.

How to achieve a shaking orgasm

Much of it relies on your partner as well. You can be doing everything right, but if their mind is in a different place or they’re not feeling that sexual at the moment, it doesn’t matter what you do. So, take that into consideration.

And if you’re struggling to reach an orgasm, perhaps you don’t know enough about what your body likes or you aren’t in the right headspace for sex. So, when testing out these tips, keep that in mind. Sex is a two-way street.

1. Relax

The most important thing to remember here, whether you’re trying to have an orgasm or you’re trying to give your partner an orgasm, is to relax.

Nothing is going to happen if you just put pressure on yourself or your partner, and neither of you will actually enjoy yourselves.

So just sit back, do what feels right or what your partner says feels good, and go with the flow.

2. Remember, there are two of you

It’s easy to get bummed out when your partner doesn’t orgasm because you think it’s your fault. And if you were really looking forward to achieving that big O, but your partner isn’t making it happen for you, it can be easy to feel disappointed. But don’t be so hard on yourself. Your partner is going through their own experiences as well.

Maybe they had a hard day at work or a fight with a loved one. These outside situations can distract a person from being in the present and enjoying sex. [Read: The real reasons why you aren’t having a mindblowing orgasm]

3. Build the sexual tension

One mistake many people make is not building up the sexual tension. Instead, since they’re excited, they just want to jump right into things. We completely understand, but remember, you’re not the only person involved.

Having a quickie is one thing, but for an orgasm, there needs to be a build-up of sexual tension. Whether it’s sexting a couple of hours before seeing each other or flirting heavily in public, these actions will create a build-up, and that’s what you want. [Read: How to build sexual tension with a girl & make her thirst for you]

4. Don’t skip the foreplay

This is another thing people tend to skip over without realizing how important it is. You cannot skip foreplay. Again, having a quickie is completely different, but if you want to have or give your partner a shaking orgasm, then you need time.

Foreplay is what warms everyone up. It increases arousal for both parties and gets everything ready for the big act.

Foreplay can include anything from a sensual massage, to oral sex, so long as the sexual tension is electrifying the air. [Read: Sexual foreplay – 26 lusty secrets to do it well & make them hot & horny]

5. Make noise

It can be kind of hard to get in the mindset to have or give a truly out-of-this-world orgasm if your head isn’t in it. One way to improve your mood and get your head in the game? Improving the ambiance!

If you’re moaning or talking dirty to your partner, it will put you more into a sex mind-frame than if you were just to go at it in a silent room. And when you’re more in the mood, you’re more likely to reach the finish line together, if you know what we mean.

6. Don’t force the moment

You want the shaking orgasm to happen, but you can’t force it to happen. If everything’s going well, and the mood is right, it will happen.

But, as we said, if your partner had a bad day or is stressed out, then they may not be able to relax fully. And putting additional pressure on them is definitely not going to help the situation. Take a step back and go with the flow.

7. Know that a shaking orgasm is mental

Remember how we just said you shouldn’t force the moment? Why do you think we said that? It’s because orgasms are purely mental. If you want your partner or yourself to orgasm, you need to be in the right mindset.

Building up sexual tension and including foreplay can help get both of you into the zone. You both need to be in a mental place where you can let go and enjoy the moment. Aside from foreplay, you can try to create a sensual ambiance with candles, music, and soft lighting.

[Read: Sexy bedroom – 24 sex room ideas to make any room look & feel sexy]

8. You need to feel comfortable

If you want you and your partner to orgasm, then you need to feel comfortable. Of course, they should feel comfortable with you. But just how comfortable?

Can you talk about sex with your partner? If you’re not comfortable, then this could prevent you from really letting go. If you want to have an orgasm with your partner, focus on feeling comfortable in your own skin, as that will reduce your sexual anxiety.

[Read: 110 MUST-KNOW interesting sex facts, myths & strange secrets about sex!]

9. Listen to your partner

You don’t need to ask your partner 100 questions to see if they’re enjoying what you’re doing. Instead, listen to their body. For example, if they’re moaning, grabbing onto the bed, or saying “yes, yes, yes,” it’s safe to say they like what you’re doing.

If there’s radio silence, then it’s time to switch things up. If you’re doing everything you can, but you’re still unsure, ask your partner what they like. [Read: Sexual compatibility – 47 signs to tell if you’re incompatible & ways to fix it]

And while we’re on the topic, don’t be afraid to verbalize to your partner what you do or don’t like. Sex is, again, a two-way street, so if you want to achieve a shaking orgasm, you have to help them get you there.

10. Build up, then back down

Now, this is where it starts to get interesting. Porn has shaped the way we think about sex, maybe more than we think. In adult films, you usually see the actors cycle through positions like they’re going through a checklist on a time crunch.

But, to really unlock the secret to shaking orgasms, you need to learn how to slow down. There’s nothing wrong with lingering on a position or technique.

In fact, if you take your time with it, slowly get your partner to the brink of an orgasm, and then stop what you’re doing, you’re increasing your chances of giving them a full-body, shaking orgasm later.

Learn to slow down, your partner will appreciate it.

11. Focus on oral sex

When it comes to having an orgasm, whether your partner is a man or woman, both sexes are more likely to orgasm if they’ve had at least 15 minutes of oral sex.

Again, if it’s a quickie, you won’t have time for a long oral sex session, and that’s okay. But if you have the time, invest it in oral sex. It’ll pay off.

12. Combine sensations

There are many areas of the body that feel good. So, when you’re trying to make your partner orgasm, don’t just focus on one body part!

No matter who your partner is, there are many erogenous zones you can focus on, such as the g-spot, clitoris, anus, penis, or nipples.

And don’t be afraid to give your partner a helping hand. While they focus on one particular part of your body, you can use your hands to stimulate another part of your body. Sex is a joint effort, after all, and it will make the road to achieving a shaking orgasm even more pleasurable.

13. Use toys

But only if your partner agrees to it. There’s nothing more terrifying than having sex and suddenly having an unspoken toy in your butt.

Before breaking out the toys, make sure your partner is into trying them out. If so, experiment with the toys, testing the different speeds and pressure on your partner or yourself.

One thing to remember: you must communicate. [Read: The must-have couples’ sex toys for naughty first timers]

14. Masturbate in front of each other

This is actually a great way to understand what your partner likes and communicate your own sexual needs. Plus, it’s sexy.

Mutual masturbation is pretty naughty as neither one of you can touch the other, so it builds up sexual tension. But, aside from that, it also gives you the chance to see what your partner enjoys, and vice versa. 

15. Don’t make this your goal

Your goal for the night shouldn’t be to make yourself or your partner orgasm. Once you place that goal above your head, you won’t be able to enjoy the experience. Sure, you may want your partner to orgasm, but let it go.

It may or may not happen. Either way, you’re going to enjoy the experience. The less pressure you put on yourself, the higher the chances it’ll happen. [Read: What does an orgasm feel like? The answers-cum-guide to the big O]

What if you can’t make your partner orgasm?

Well, that’s fine! We’ve all placed this weird importance on orgasms as being the end goal of sex. However, that’s just not true! Sex is still sex, even if one or both members don’t achieve climax.

There’s no guarantee an orgasm is going to happen. It may take three, four, or even ten times before your partner is able to orgasm. But that’s okay.

This isn’t something you can force out of your partner. Having an orgasm isn’t that easy. It relies greatly on one’s mental state. So, sit back and relax. Enjoy the experience, and with time, a shaking orgasm will come.

[Read: How to have the best sex ever – 15 ways to do it every single time]

You want to blow your partner’s mind—we get it. But you need the right tools to make it happen. So, try these tips the next time you want to have or give your partner a shaking orgasm.

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Vinod Srinivas Serai
Vin Serai
Vin Serai is the founder of LovePanky.com, and has delved deep into the working of love and relationships for almost two decades. Having dipped his feet in almo...