Article Summary By Michael Estlack, Director of Connectivity
While the definition of sex differs from person to person, it often causes uneasiness in most who chose to talk about it. Whether the sexual acts are for pure gratification or for connecting on a deeper level, sex is an important aspect to many of our lives.
According to an article in psychologytomorrowmagazine.com, “Sex creates a moment of extreme intensity in which our entire inner life – our history and imagination, is expressed in actions. It is state of consciousness in which the past and the present, body, mind and spirit, all merge to form a new reality unlike any other experience in our lives.”
Because of this, sex is a look into our deepest, inner self. Sexual desires manifest themselves from past experiences, sometimes stemming from childhood. We are conditioned animals, so it’s no coincidence that our sexual desires come from previous experiences.
This article also touches on unmet needs or conflicts in our childhood and how it affects our current sexual desires. It claims that since we are driven to self-healing, we often reconcile these unmet needs or conflicts from childhood through later sexual desires. It, however, requires us to be authentic with what we want out of a sexual partner. Through unifying our “emotions, our physical being, thoughts, and spirit”, we can find ourselves aligning with our true selves in a sexual environment.
What if we deny these inner sexual desires?
It can lead to truly missing out on great sex. We may simply look for partners we lust after or those who happen to be convenient in our surroundings. We may truly never experience the pureness and wholeness that sex has to offer.
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