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Orgasmic Creativity. Closeted & Chained What keeps us closeted, chained and afraid to be our fullest, most joyful, most orgasmic selves? What keeps us from being fully expressed? We can only answer these questions for ourselves, but I have a sense that fear of failure, or looking bad, or succeeding wildly, might in some way be at the center of this. And, at that center of it all, what might really be holding us back from true creative joy is the fear of fully feeling…period. Fully feeling our range of humanness and our sacredness, and the intensity of those feelings may just be at the heart of why we stop ourselves from knowing creative joy.

I know from my own life experience, I’ve only been able to feel deep and profound joy because I’ve felt deep and profound sorrow. A while ago, perhaps six years or so, I took a class called mess-painting. In the six-week process, I painted in my own apartment, in a tent of plastic sheets that I hung from the ceiling. When I mess-paint, I come alive. Sit with these questions. Do we absorb the karma or egos of our sexual partners? "Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh. " —Genesis 2:4 "Since a woman’s body is a passive and receptive element, it is clear that her body collects and stores more of the results of the sexual acts than all of those men who commit Adultery with her; those results are atomic substances from the men with whom she has had sexual intercourse. Therefore, when someone has sexual intercourse with a person who has been with another partner or other partners, both then absorb the atomic essences of the other partners and poison themselves with them.

This is a very grave problem for those brothers and sisters who are dissolving the “I” because then, not only do they have to fight against their own errors and defects, but moreover, they have to fight against the errors and defects of those other partners with whom they had sexual intercourse. " —Samael Aun Weor, The Perfect Matrimony. Free to Love, Free from Lust - Soul Shepherding. God is love. Jesus shows us this. The Bible spells this out. And everyday God shares His love with us in so many ways. Tragically, there are many people, who can’t seem to grasp God’s love because, as the pop song says, “They’re looking for love in all the wrong places.” More than any other group of people I’ve talked with over the years, sex addicts feel depressed, ashamed, and isolated — they are trapped in a world without love. The Progression of Lust Most people misunderstand Jesus’ words: “Anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart” (Matthew 5:28, NIV84).

As it relates to lust and other sins we need to differentiate between four different things that tend to go in a progression: temptation, thoughts, feelings, desires, and sin. When tempted, no one should say, “God is tempting me.” Don’t be deceived, my dear brothers. All of us are tempted to various sins, like lust. Addicted to Excitement But then the episode ends. Lies about Sex Ritual. How Emotions Become Sexualized - Dr Michael Aaron. In previous posts, I have written at length on the relationship between emotions and sexuality. You can see some of these articles here and here. I think most people can conceptualize how emotions can play a large part in sexual expression, but what most people often don’t understand is how emotions can actually be the primary fuel of sexuality, and in some cases, may even be the source of sexual arousal itself. When strong negative emotions such as anger are experienced, they feel extremely uncomfortable and painful to tolerate, so the natural human impulse is to escape away or defend oneself from the pain.

We may try to distract ourselves from the pain by burying ourselves in work or in seeking thrills such as alcohol, drugs, or risky sex. At other times, we may develop what’s called a counterphobic reaction to the pain by actually courting more of it as a means of building mastery over it. Let’s take a look at a few examples to illustrate this concept. How does sex therapy work? - Dr Michael Aaron. I often get asked both from prospective clients and colleagues in the field how seeing a specialist in sex therapy can assist in resolving sexual difficulties. This is a very important question and cuts right to the heart of the psychotherapeutic process. In order to give a more complete, yet concise answer, it’s important to briefly trace the history of psychotherapeutic practice in general, and sex therapy in particular.

The practice of psychotherapy as we know it can be traced to the late 19th century and Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis. Even though Freud had his own influences and some professionals were speaking of concepts related to the unconscious at that time, he was the first to really propose a comprehensive theory of the workings of the unconscious process, identifying such structures as the ego, id and superego.

It is at this time, with the pioneering work of Masters and Johnson, that sex therapy as a separate discipline was born. What Role Does Anger Play in Sexual Dysfunctions? - Dr Michael Aaron. Sexual dysfunction– whether an inability to achieve erection, premature ejaculation, pain or discomfort– afflicts millions of people around the world. Recent data suggests that about 30 million men in the US suffer with erectile dysfunction (ED), for example, and one in four of them are below the age of 40. While older guys are more likely to have some physical ailment, such as a cardiovascular condition, primarily contribute to the ED, for a large number of men, especially the younger guys, the ED stems primarily from a psychological and emotional issue.

In my practice, I mainly see the younger guys struggling with ED, and for them, drugs such as Viagra and Cialis, while a miracle cure for older guys with health issues, do very little to solve their difficulties. For the purpose of this article, I’m going to focus on ED, although the basic principles would apply for all the other kinds of sexual dysfunctions that people may experience. 1. 2.

I can go on forever. How Intense Emotions are Expressed in the Body - Dr Michael Aaron. Traumatic Sexualization | Online Continuing Education CEUs for MFT | Ethical Boundaries Sexually Boys | Child Abuse. Finkeihor and Browne (1986) described traumatic sexualization as the shaping of a child's sexual feelings and attitudes in a manner inappropriate for the child's level of development.

For example, traumatic sexualisation may produce concerns about a homosexual identity in a young male molested by an adult male; sexual dysfunctions; overall confusion about sexual matters; and interpersonal relationship problems. Homosexual 'identity' It is clear from what has already been said that Mike and Stephen were confused about their sexual identity in response to their abuse.

When boys are sexually abused by other males, fears about homosexuality are common. The experience of a homosexual act contradicts the child's understanding of sexual relationships. A victim may worry that he is homosexual; that there must have been something about him that was recognizably homosexual for him to have been singled out by another male. Even his physical response is marred by its addictive quality.


BEE GODDESS. World Metaphor, Metametaphor: Veils in Literature, Literature as Veil. For the past decades, public discourse on veils in Western societies has mainly focused on the Islamic veil. In the Western history of thought, however, veils have frequently been used as symbols in epistemological contexts, too, both in literary and in theoretical primary texts. Astonishingly, an overwhelming majority of secondary sources concerned with veils as epistemological symbols in Western culture continue to talk about “the veil” — as if there were only one. Indeed, veils have usually been used in similar epistemological contexts, albeit expressing completely different worldviews depending on the degree of transparency or opacity, the material structure, and — most important — the veils’ position in relation to the subject. Sensible Flesh: On Touch in Early Modern Culture - Google Books. Tacit Meditations.

Nerve sparing clitoroplasty in a rare case of idiopathic clitoromegaly Kujur AR, Joseph V, Chandra P - Indian J Plast Surg. Nerve sparing clitoroplasty in a rare case of idiopathic clitoromegaly Abha Rani Kujur, Vijay Joseph, Praveen Chandra Department of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery and Burns, St John's Medical College Hospital, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India Correspondence Address:Abha Rani KujurDepartment of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery and Burns, St John's Medical College Hospital, Koramangala, Bengaluru - 560 034, Karnataka India Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None Clitoromegaly is an embarrassing condition causing psychological stress, requiring intervention.

The goals of clitoroplasty are to achieve normal genital anatomy and to preserve tactile sensation with a satisfactory sexual response. Keywords: Clitoris; clitoromegaly; clitoroplasty A clitoral index of >35 mm 2 (length × width) is called clitoromegaly.[1],[2] Idiopathic clitoral enlargement is rare and the data in literature are from case reports. A 20-year-old female presented with an enlarged clitoris [Figure 1].

Acknowledgment. Clitoromegaly. Clitoromegaly (or macroclitoris[1]) is an abnormal enlargement of the clitoris that is mostly congenital or acquired, though deliberately induced clitoris enlargement as a form of female genital body modification is achieved through various uses of anabolic steroids, including testosterone, and may also be referred to as clitoromegaly.[2][3][4][5] Clitoromegaly is not the same as normal enlargement of the clitoris seen during sexual arousal. Anatomy[edit] In Atlas of Human Sex Anatomy (1949)[6] by Robert Latou Dickinson, the typical clitoris is defined as having a crosswise width of 3 to 4 mm (0.12 - 0.16 inches) and a lengthwise width of 4 to 5 mm (0.16 - 0.20 inches).

On the other hand, in Obstetrics and Gynecology medical literature, a frequent definition of clitoromegaly is when there is a clitoral index (product of lengthwise and crosswise widths) of greater than 35 mm2 (0.05 inches2), which is almost twice the size given above for an average sized clitoral hood.[7] Causes[edit] The Clitoris, the Penis, Political Correctness and Biological ‘Factness’ | Solution Focused Coaching with Dr Gary Wood. In my previous post, The Myth Busting Sexual Anatomy Quiz, one of the answers in particular prompted comments and questions. I stated that the clitoris is not a mini-penis as it is often described but rather, biologically speaking, the penis is an enlarged clitoris? But how can this be and does it really matter? Firstly the ‘clitoris as mini-penis’ description assumes a primacy of the penis.

It assumes the penis comes first (pause for sniggering). There’s also the not-so-subtle suggestion that the clitoris as mini-penis is an under developed penis and therefore an inferior organ. Male development requires hormones to suppress female development and further hormones to enhance male development. If we compare the female and male genitalia we can see how the embryonic tissue developed down the two routes: ovaries = testes labia majora (outer lips) =scrotum labia minora (inner lips) = underside of the penis glans (head of clitoris) = glans (head of penis) If you found this post interesting: Link:

9 Interesting Things You May Not Know About the Clitoris. You know that tiny feel-good button between a woman's legs? That’s the clitoris and, speaking figuratively, it's anything but tiny. In fact, it's a powerful organ of sexual pleasure that comes complete with a surprising number of fun facts. You'll be surprised by how much this tiny organ's got going on under the hood. Here's a list of our top picks. (For more amazing info, "Woman: An Intimate Geography" is a great resource.)

It's Exquisitely Sensitive The clitoris contains at least 8,000 sensory nerve endings. It's Bigger Than You Think Did you know that Marie Bonaparte—great-grandniece to the Napoleon Bonaparte— had her clitoris surgically moved? The sad part, for Bonaparte at least, is that the surgery didn't work. Here's what she didn't know: Only one quarter of the clitoris is visible. It's a Lot Like a Penis Yeah, there's the whole "men are from Mars, women are from Venus" camp, but in reality, men and women are a lot more alike than most of us realize. It Grows Every Female Has One. How To Give FANTASTIC Fellatio (Even If You Hate Doing It) A step-by-step expert guide to giving mind-blowing head that will even turn YOU on.

Most men love oral sex. This isn't news. Most like to give and pretty much all like to receive. For many, having a women perform fellatio on them is their favorite thing. I've interviewed tons of men, so I could gather accurate information for my workshops. Some women just can’t bring themselves to do it, some do it begrudgingly; while others enjoy it, but don’t want him to ejaculate in her mouth, or swallow. I’ve spoken to many women who don’t want to do it because they’re insecure about what to do and how well they do it.

When a woman's performing fellatio on a man, if she’s self-conscious, she’ll feel as if she’s on stage. Some women may be offended by the way a man smells or tastes. When a man receives fellatio he’s generally extremely grateful. First of all, be sure you’re comfortable. No matter what you’re doing, except grimacing, he’s going to love watching you. Look at him once in a while. Society for Sacred Sexuality - Sacred Sex Art Archive. Sacred Sex Art Archive~ Sample Images ~ The following images represent a sampling of the over 2,000 items in our sacred sex archive. They reflect the sexual art of many world cultures, past & present. See the full Sacred Sex Art Archive for all images and descriptions. Note: images may be copyrighted; see Archive for more information. The following images are from our ancient Rome galleries.

These galleries include the goddesses Venus (along with Mars and Adonis), Diana, and Terra Mater, and the gods Cupid and Bacchus, focus of the Roman Bacchanalia rite. Go to the Sacred Sex Art Archive The Sacred Sex Art Archive also includes images from the following galleries: Kamasutra Galleries The Kama Sutra is one of India's most famous love manuals. Tibet & Nepal Galleries These galleries include erotic Tibetan temple sculpture, Tantric Buddhist Thangkas, Yab-Yum position, and other sexual art. ~ Go to the Sacred Sex Art Archive ~

Experience Vaults: Ayahuasca - Session 3: Surrendering to Love After Darkness - 32015. Citation: Catling. "Session 3: Surrendering to Love After Darkness: An Experience with Ayahuasca (ID 32015)". Mar 29, 2004. Session 3 The final rape, the eternally raped, the black snake of self destruction which is a virus that can destroy us all or can transform into the seeds of our salvation, skydancer, dreamweaver, giving up everything for love Dosage: 120ml. Intention: Please free me from my pain. I had a lot of trouble getting the Ayahuasca down this time. The Ayahuasca hit really fast this time. L: 'Are you OK? ' It's interesting to hear this, since a lot of where I went initially was very painful. I was filled with self loathing, with anger and pain. At this point I was very aware of D, somehow. I saw my Mother's face, filled with sorrow, saw her facing everything she did to me when I was a child and how desperately sad about it she is now.

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