I'm surprised so many people like muaoc during an enema. I do too. Cool!
frenchh2o6 years ago
I like relaxing New Age music. Very soothing when taking a slow fill
LisaK10 years ago
The same alt rock I listen to any other time. Helps me relax, and focus, by giving my mind something to drift to!
moreplease10 years ago
No to the music. My sense of "hearing" is not one I am looking to stimulate during the procedure. :)
n/a10 years ago
For both physical and emotional relaxation, I also often play gently music with nature sounds, like flowing water.
JohnnyCee10 years ago
It's interesting to see more than a couple of people here that enjoy Tangerine Dream during an enema session. I am also a fan too of that group. Tangerine Dream is famous for producing music that evokes multiple moods in the duration of an album. During the 70's up to the mid 80's this group was churning out soundtracks for many movies. I have given many enemas while setting the mood with Tangerine Dream in the background. There are plenty of hills, valleys, plateaus, & peaking moments throughout TD albums typically. I feel this sort of music enhances the emotional aspects of enemas. Especially if you are the one recieving the enema. I would think lovers of sensual or d/s enemas alike might appreciate this group's music during an enema session. I know not everybody's tastes are the same... But it does make me happy to know that there are others here that enjoy this sort of music during enemas.
Speculumhost10 years ago
Nature sounds .... birds, thunder, rain, babbling brook, gurgling sounds... especially the gurgling sounds : )
Claudia10 years ago
Yes, always during my relaxing enemas. Depending on my mood, I choose a background of Baroque music (Marcello, Geminiani, Tartini, Albinoni) or of Celtic music.
n/a10 years ago
Favs include Tangerine Dream (Phaedra, Rubicon, Ricochet), Klaus Schultz (Timewind, Moondawn, Body Love), and selected trance.
ilffer10 years ago
I have always liked the album (yeah, VINYL) "Snowflakes Are Dancing" by Tomita (RCA).
It is mainly Debussy light classical. Claire De Lune is the one that relaxes me the
endymion13 years ago
something to try
enozkk13 years ago
The colon therapist near us uses soft background music and scented candles during sessions. I would like to try nature sounds such as ocean waves with soft music.
suzette13 years ago
deep breakfast by ray lynch or channel 928 on dish network..its called moodscapes...new age stuff. no lyrics.
Dianne13 years ago
Something trippy with Woodwinds. King Crimson's 'Lizard' or 'Islands'. Perhaps some Traffic (the band) with Steve Winwoods soothing vocals. Maybe even a bit of early-day Chicago.
n/a13 years ago
forgetting seems counter productive. silence so I can be alone with my brain.
returnofdrx13 years ago
The first enemas I administered were during thunder/rain storms. The sound of rain pelting gently against the windows put my female patients into very relaxed moods. Music that incorporates the sound of rainfall sound is a great help. Dr.X
sweetmeo13 years ago
I was actually going to pose this question, but I find there is already a thread.
I always listen to music, to relax, and cover any ambient noise. In college, I introduced my hippie girlfriend to weekly enemas, and she told me later that she always listens to the Doors while taking her enemas. Now, I put on a Doors playlist while taking my enemas. There is something primal and urgent about the music, it puts my head in a good space for an enema! I sometimes like electronica, as well.
Anjie13 years ago
I have used CDs with the sounds of thunderstorms and rain, or the sounds of the sea. Those really work for me!
ACME NY13 years ago
When I was a kid and my parents were away, I'd put on loud rock music to do my own enemas!
I can imagine Mozart for relaxing enemas; perhaps Wagner for punishment ones?
n/a13 years ago
i like to listen to country music when i'm taking an enema and usally the music will cancel any noise of me taking an enema and then releasing it in to toilet so yes i like to listen to music while i take an enema
naughtydoc14 years ago
Enema music suggestions:
Classical music is always good....though romantic era classics fit the mood better than triumphant war marches and such. Noctunes and Preludes by Debussy and Chopin are all excellent.
Mad Professor vs. Massive attack: This is this trippy remix of some other band I don't know...but it is brilliant for enema play, and kink in general. Great for flogging, rope bondage, and medical scenes. It sounds like bubbles of water at times, and video game music at times, but very ambient and psychedelic. This cd will put you in the right headspace.
I will let you know if I can think of any others.
jagson14 years ago
If you really listen to the music. you forget you have an enema inside you. The same thing happens if you are reading a good book or magazine.
eman514 years ago
Willy, I think use of soothing music during a session is so common, at least in my experience, that it must be taught in colon therapy school. The therapists I have been given enemas by make sure the music is on during retention.
willy14 years ago
My colon therapist has very relaxing music playing all the while she is cleaning me out. I must admit that it certainly is a positive experience.
klip14 years ago
No, I never thought of it, but I am going to next time.
enemay114 years ago
Music is a great mood motivator. Relaxing music is good if you want to just relax and mellow out. Whereas sexy music can set the tone for an erotic enema.
Eddie Lou14 years ago
I like to have the Supremes or Dean Martins CDs playing while I take my enemas.
Lady Di14 years ago
I don't listen to music during enemas, but I also don't like music during sex, as it distracts me from concentrating.
roberto tellek14 years ago
Listen rela music and place the irrigador no very high so that the water between slowly is a delight and does that the enema last long. It is wonderful
jamie896314 years ago
Like listening to classical music. Helps get into mood
lilady14 years ago
I really enjoy classical music.
ralpht14 years ago
My wife makes the music choice when she is about to give me an enema. She likes Andreus Bocelli, James Taylor and, at times, various female artists I'm not all that familiar with, but also very good selections for the enema.
redbag14 years ago
Music is very relaxing whilst lying down taking an enema. Listening to the older tunes can also evoke nostalgic memories of enemas from times gone by!!
frenchh2o14 years ago
gotta be tangerine dream
mustang4314 years ago
Yes, listening to music is very relaxing.
tjk154201114 years ago
I like to listen to music while taking my enema. It makes me very relaxed and more enjoyable while taking it nice and slow
jerryhdavis14 years ago
Not every time but the enema and good music both helps me relax.
roby 240014 years ago
I love listen music during my enema, i prefer "Heavy On My Hearth" of Anastacia. Very relaxant!