The bottom line:
Use it or lose it. The power of orgasm comes from your body's natural orgasmic responses. And with this in mind, the best thing I can recommend for you is that you don't look at porn, read blogs, watch porn videos, or even listen to your music when you're having an orgasm. Here's what you do: Find a partner who is into power orgasms and is willing to go the extra mile for you. If you're just having one or two orgasms, that's great. If you're having multiple orgasms, you're going to have a harder time making an orgasm if you don't focus on the sensation of your partner's orgasm. If you have a partner who wants to be the top, or has been the top before, you might be able to teach them the basics of power orgasms. If you don't know anyone who has had power orgasms, you can start with something as simple as talking about what they like to do while having an orgasm and where they get their energy. Don't be afraid to talk to a therapist or other person who is an expert on this topic. Ask her about how you can practice with others to help you figure out how to learn.