The Oversimplification of Sexual Energy
We all like sex.
Well, that’s not actually true. Some of us have hang-ups about sex, due to sexual abuse in our past, sexual misinformation in our present and/or because of generally bad or unsatisfying experiences related to sex. Others of us, simply have no clue as to what sex is supposed to mean, or what it is supposed to inspire within us, let alone how it is tied to our spiritual well-being.
Let’s start at the most fundamental level, if not for sex, we would not exist. That simple, and that said, sex is a most fundamental human need, and without it, like food or water, we become malnourished physiologically.
So, that provides context to the physical need for sex, but the spiritual requirement for sex is just as fundamental, and maybe even more essential.
The penis and vagina cannot be properly understood outside of the context of their common and complementary energies. If the proper energy, thus spirit, is absent from your intimate encounter, you are just fuckin’ to be fuckin’, wasted time and wasted energy, preventing you from truly cumin to terms with what your sexual possibilities are, or can be.
Many of us resort to dichotomies when we think of sex. We think in terms of fuckin’ or making love, oral sex or vaginal sex, neither of which is optimal in fully describing or understanding what is taking place. There must be the physical component as well as the spiritual aspect to maximize the experience.
As most of us can attest, the best sex is when the way you feel about someone is in sync with the way they make you feel during the act of sex. Certainly, a person may have an orgasm with someone they are just physically attracted to, but in order to make your spirit cum, the physical climax is just one, ancillary, aspect of the experience.
Spiritual arousal is that connection two people share even before they have met, that endures even after they have forgotten what they once had.
More properly stated, it is that innate attraction, bond, and mutually-beneficial possibility that ties two people together throughout eternity. A connection more profound than love, and more decisive than fate. It is the idea of two people’s spirits deciding that this is who they have always been.
A completeness undeterred.
The spiritual connection should always inform the physical connection to optimally exhaust the sexual experience. Regardless of how hard a man’s penis may get, his spiritual antennae should be raised far before he takes off his clothes. Similarly, a woman should get wet at the mere contemplation of this person’s energy in concert with hers.
Therefore, sex, outside of its proper spiritual context is only an approximation of a possibility that is still waiting to cum true.