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Frequently Asked Questions about Directed Erotic Visualisation©

DEV© is a combination of simple techniques, easy breathing for relaxation teamed with gentle suggestion to promote visualisation. Together they work to help create a subjective reality where virtually anything is possible.

Quality writing enhanced by expert narration generates an experience within that reality of sensuality and high erotic tension.

The pre-recorded Audio Experiences have proved to be very successful, responsible for more than 11 million orgasms*. Reactions range from warm relaxation and freedom from stress to more than one third of experiences culminating in a highly satisfying emotional release. Many experiences are being used as part of Exposure Therapy regimes.

Q. What is DEV©?

A. A form of words, a protocol that aids relaxation and the capacity to fantasize in terms of sensory experience. The technique helps create a suggestible frame of mind or slightly altered state of consciousness in which a subjective reality can be evoked. Instead of the mind freewheeling in fantasy, daydreaming; the protocol ‘suggests’ sensations, emotions and physical experiences that the mind can focus on and enhance. The protocols use erotic and sexually charged imagery and vocabulary to build a subjective sexual experience with a view to generating an orgasmic response.

It is NOT what many think of as hypnosis. There is no ‘trance’ or loss of consciousness, at all times participants or collaborators remain awake, though relaxed, suggestible and fully aware of the process.

Q. Why ‘Directed’?

A. Left to itself a relaxed and de stressed mind will wander, freewheel and have pleasant unfocussed daydreams, frequently drifting off to sleep. The ‘Directions’ are verbal prompts, a plot or storyline if you will, to guide the Collaborator into a sexually charged and erotic fantasy where they experience very real physical sensations. The protocol is crafted to lead the participant through a series of experiences that will entice, excite, arouse and ultimately bring them to orgasm.

Q. Why Visualisation (Visualization)?

A. The technique of visualisation is very well known. Positive thought or thinking is valuable in health and psychological treatments as well as ‘self-help’ and weight loss. The impact of the mind on the physical responses and well being of the body, while not completely understood is well recognised as a useful compliment to medical interventions. DEV© harnesses this powerful capacity of the mind to ‘spoof’ the senses and create the subjective reality of physical sensation, touch, taste, smell, pain and pleasure.


Q. What use is DEV©?

A. You might say ‘None at all’. It is an entertainment. As created and produced by Essemoh Teepee it does not pretend to be anything other than a pleasurable experience, an enhancement to erotic writing.

However, if you read the feedback  received there are many benefits identified by individuals: enhanced sensuality, improved self-esteem, increased capacity to experience orgasms when having sex to list just a few. In part the technique has gone some way to address elements of the issues of male and female sexual dysfunction. The experiences are sometimes used as part of an Exposure Therapy regime overseen by licensed Behavioural Therapists

Q. Does DEV© work?

A. YES. However, like all things it is not that simple. Every human being is different and reacts in a unique way to similar stimuli. The rough statistical study is ongoing into the responses received to the first four DEV© Audio Experiences made available through, but the feedback suggests that responses are slightly different between women and men.

Around one third of women experience very satisfying orgasms while around another third become aroused, finding the experience very enjoyable. About a third relax and become de stressed but do not get sexually involved. It would seem that men are much more prepared to share their experiences and the volume of feedback is much greater (Boys will talk!)  

However, the strength of reaction is different to that for women. Roughly one fifth achieve an orgasm (dry or ejaculation) while around one half become pleasurably aroused. The rest are stirred but not shaken! It is tempting to fall back into the stereotypes of women being more language oriented and men being more visual to try and explain this. However, recent research has indicated that women are just as aroused by visual stimuli as men, so that part of the question remains to be answered.