The Art of Kissing
Kissing is an art and can be enhanced with practice and intention. Our lips are extremely sensitive and receptive to stimulation. Many people hold their lips stiffly, not letting them relax and be open to the receiving and giving required for good kissing. Practice using your lips in a soft, open way. Part them slightly and keep them moist. This will heighten their sensitivity.
Practice pouting softly when you are by yourself. This relaxes the lips and exposes more of the fleshy interior. In general, become more aware of your lips. Try eating your meals more slowly than usual and really feel the food passing between your lips. Practice sucking on soft fruit, like a piece of mango, for the effect it has on your mouth and lips.Kissing Techniques
When you are about to kiss, lick your lips to wet them, open your mouth a little, tip your head very slightly, and go softly forward. At first, leave your tongue out of it. Use your lips to gently explore the interior of your partner's lips. Move very slowly, but with confidence. Go deeper and open your mouth a bit more as you feel yourself going into the kiss. Create a slight amount of suction as you expand and open your mouth a little bigger.
Have a love contest to see how many different ways you can kiss. Challenge your lover to dueling lips and see how many different techniques you can come up with.
Take your lover's whole mouth into yours. Do this lovingly, as if you were exploring it for the first time. Eat them up — but gently. Now, if you wish to, you can do some “French” kissing — probing with your tongue into your lover's mouth and letting your lover do the same. Let your tongue slowly investigate rather than force its way into your partner's mouth. Tease and let yourself be teased. The subtler you are, the better. Kissing can go on for a long time if it's treated as a playful and erotic activity.