You've lost the taste of life if:
●Everything around you seems dull.
●You hardly ever enjoy anything.
●Nothing makes you happy.
●You think that to feel the ecstasy or joy you just need to "swipe" more, strive for better and/or buy something newer or shinier.
Here is a great question to ask to regain back or enhance the taste of life.
"How can I feel more, better, deeper with or around things, objects, people that are available to me right now?"
You can intensify your sensual perception and your overall level of innate pleasure by regularly training your senses to focus on your body responses and on the things, people, nature events happening now and around you every millisecond.
You can "study" and enjoy the most familiar objects with a new sensual perspective.
Novelty being one of the most important pillars of Sensual Intelligence can be and should be sought in the familiar from time to time.
Touching your cotton pillow, the soft skin of your lover or the emerald leaf of the tree you have been passing by in the last two years can potentially awake the same pleasant sensations in you as it used to in the beginning if you learn how to pause and fully dive into the tactile contact.
With times it can turn into the habit.
One of the perks of this habit is that your erotic desire can be awakened spontaneously even by a non-sexual stimulus.
Because your mind will be lovingly conquered by pleasure and it will learn how to find it in everything.
Find 3 familiar objects today.
Different in shapes, textures, colors. Touch the first object. Very slowly.
Now look at it and try to find something beautiful, gratifying, extraordinary about it. Stay for the moment with your discoveries. Keep on touching the object.
With every move of your hands and fingertips explore and try connecting to these beautiful, amazing, unique properties of the object.
Then connect to the sensations that are born within you during this process. Breathe in deeply and intensify these sensations.
Spread them all around your body. Drown in pleasure. Repeat.