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Sex isn't dirty, it can be Sacred and Divine!

Gaia Morrisette Oct 07 2019

Sex isn't dirty, it can be Sacred and Divine!

We often have been taught that sex and pleasure are dirty or sinful or distraction from enlightenment and we should deny and suppress our awful human nature… I call bullshit.

The sexual wellness aspect Sacred uses the human body as a way to reach higher states of consciousness, connecting to the source of life energy in the universe through sexual energy. Discovering your connection to that sexual energy can allow for more than just orgasmic pleasure. Being able to connect and speak to God or the Universe (please use whatever language works for you here), allows for physical, emotional, spiritual and mental healing. Sacred sexual practices have been around for thousands of years in many different cultures. Some better known expressions of this connection are Tantra, Taoism, Paganism and are also found in many Aboriginal tribes. 

Connecting to the sexual energy in the universe and learning how to harness it for healing, creating and supporting yourself and the world is magickal. It allows you to reclaim your Spiritual Self. This connection allows you to understand and feel you are part of the world, the earth and all living things. When you achieve this connection you begin to know in every cell of your body, mind and soul that you are no longer isolated and alone. The most important thing about the sexual wellness Sacred aspect is that you consciously become aware and present in your body and in each moment. My Sacred sexual practices consisted of Tantra and the use of divine sexual energy and sexual magick. This is why I am so ALIVE! 

​Let’s talk about Tantra, succulent living and orgasmic living:

Tantra

​Tantra has many different meanings, expressions and practices. Tantra, for me, is a way of living life completely present in the moment, with all of your senses fully engaged. Embracing the human experience; good, bad and ugly!  This allows you to be more aware in the world with endless benefits: if you desire to deepen your relationships, improve your communication and bring your sexual relationship with yourself and/or others to new levels of pleasure, delight and spiritual bliss, Tantra is for you…

​Benefits of practicing Tantra which is the gateway to succulent living and orgasmic living:

  • More present in your body (allowing yourself to receive pleasure all over your body)
  • Supports personal emotional growth and healing – finding joy and inner peace
  • Deepen your spiritual connection – feeling connected to something larger than yourself
  • Building trust and opening your heart
  • Allowing for deeper sexual experience with yourself and others
  • Experiencing divine love ecstasy
  • Sensual, sensory, emotional and orgasmic pleasure is available in every area of your life: e.g., standing in line at the bank, you can still receive pleasure in your toes and everywhere in your body
  • Connecting, communicating with the Universe, Higher Self, God 
  • Allow your soul to dance, sing and explore with your partner's soul
  • Promotes sexual, physical health
  • Become an amazing, skilled lover
  • There are endless possibilities of joy, inner peace and pleasure awaiting you.

We often have been taught that sex and pleasure are dirty or sinful or distraction from enlightenment and we should deny and suppress our awful human nature…  I call bullshit. Being human is a huge gift that allows us to experience everything deeply.

What I love about sacred sexual practices is that being human and all of the human experiences of emotions, thoughts and physical sensations can be the gateway to deep spiritual awakening and awareness.

This is one of the many ways we can find God or Divine and I completely support anything that allows me to embrace and find unconditional self-acceptance and release of all the feelings of shame or apologizing for my human desires.  Woohoo!! 

If this excites you then come explore, and learn more about Tantra: https://www.succulentliving.com/tantra-for-1 

Until next time have a magickal and sacred bum wiggling day!

Gaia Morrissette

www.succulentliving.com 

P.S. For more fun and easy Holistic Sexual Wellness and BDSM education come download and listen to her podcast “My Orgasmic Life” found on all your favourite podcasting platforms like Spreaker or Spotify or Apple podcast or Google Podcast  or iHeartRadio. 


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