Why is sexuality so powerful? Intimacy is a celebration of vulnerability; it touches the softest part in each person, the most private and fragile part of a human being.
Most of us desire true intimacy, but we are afraid to experience true vulnerability, to lose control. But this makes it difficult to ever experience true intimacy, for being comfortable with your vulnerability is the ultimate intimacy. The question is: How can we really let go? We can be distracted and misled by the physical aspects of intimacy, pursuing it only to satisfy our selfish needs. Or we can understand sexuality and intimacy as the truly meaningful forces that they are.
How powerful is intimacy and sexuality? In human experience it is as powerful as nuclear energy. Like nuclear power, it also has the potential of becoming the most devastating. When two people come together, they have the power to create a new life – or to behave so abusively that one or both people suffer a trauma of a lifetime.Read More
Why do we fall in love? What lies behind the attraction between the sexes? In seeking to make sense of our sexuality we must look to its origins. The human race is in essence one entity, a male-female singularity. When man and woman come together and unite in a marital union, they recreate the divine image in which they were both formed as one.Read More
Everyone has a sexual nature, everyone has a need for sexuality, everyone has a sexual personality, and everyone has been shaped, in one way or another, in their sexual preferences, in how they express and experience it, whether inside or out of marriage today. Everyone listening will have a very strong opinion in the matter. This discussion is coming from a perspective that is very defined, yet extremely flexible and surprisingly free-spirited.Read More
There are many other questions that need to be answered when searching for your soul mate. Here are some of the requirements necessary to achieve a transcendent relationship. It is always best to have a close trusting friend or mentor that can help you objectively assess your particular relationship.Read More