Sacred sex is not all kinds of sex, and by learning about the “dark” forces from an energetic perspective, you are able to distinguish between healthy and unhealthy sexual feelings often misconstrued as “sacred sex”.
Sexual energy is very powerful for better or worse and one of the primary control mechanisms for occult hostile forces to feed upon.
I have come to observe through life, study, and anecdotal conversations that men, too, have their own equivalent to a woman’s “moon cycle” that is related to the release of their “seed”.
Within the theory of Ayurveda, men’s shukra (seed or seminal fluid) is the energetic equivalent to women’s pushpa (the blood of their womb) and sexual fluid (also called shukra).
It seems that the power of semen may be able to hijack your brain! .
Menno Schilthuizen wrote an amazing book call In Nature’s Nether Regions where he explains how the chemical cocktail found in semen can hijack the female brain. The study has only been performed in insects so far, but who knows, maybe soon they will uncover the same magical effects of semen on the human brain?
In Part I, we discussed the importance of sensual touch in non-erogenous areas (like neck, stomach and thighs) both inside and outside the bedroom. In part II, we’ll discuss the importance of showing up and being fully present on a regular basis – in everyday interactions with your woman. This is a long term game plan.
When Keeley meets with couples who want to be having better sex, she first inquires about their day-to-day experiences with each other to find out more about their emotional connection. Are they open, friendly, loving, kind, generous – vulnerable? Do they feel safe to fully express themselves with one another? Not always, but often times when a couple’s sex life is lacking, they are also struggling to connect on many different relationship levels.
Sexual fantasies… we’ve all got them! Yet, just because we all have fantasies doesn’t make it easy to talk about them with a partner.
One of the reasons we seldom talk about fantasies is because they are often taboo and irrational in nature. They are difficult to understand and makes sense of, which makes the “why” around what we find arousing about them hard to explain to others. When we are able to share and discuss what turns us on deep down, however, it can bring us closer to our partners. It can also add another layer of intimacy to the relationship, deepen our appreciation for our partner, and even lead to sexy adventures!
Have you ever shared your deepest sexual desires with someone? When was the last time you talked about your fantasies with your partner?
In Part I and Part II, we discussed the importance of everyday physical affection and being present in non-sexual interactions – two important habits that keep an intimate connection alive in a long-term relationship. In Part III, we will discuss how to keep your lady in a mental and physical state where she will proactively want to take advantage of the strong intimate connection that you are helping to maintain and explore what really turns her on.
Many men who come into my office struggle with ejaculation issues. Premature ejaculation is one of the most common concerns, and there are a few false beliefs I keep hearing. I’d like to set the record straight for anyone considering coming in and provide information for those who do not have access to a therapist. Let’s debunk some premature ejaculation myths:
Myth: Premature ejaculation only affects young men and you will grow out of it as you age.
Are you curious what experts say about penis size? In our first YouTube episode, we discuss openly how much penis size matters during sex, to women, and to men. This common question often goes unanswered but in our video, you will finally have the answers to commonly asked questions, including, “do women care how large you are?”
Watch and learn the sex positions that will work best for you and what you can do to enhance your partner’s pleasure with whatever size you have.