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Keeping Life Juicy
During the Renaissance, the sensual spirit was represented by nymphs and fairies and all things magical. Inspired by these creatures, there came the story of one particular fairie named Pix Pieswax. This nymph, like all of her sisters and brothers in the forest, embodied the essence of the sensual spirit. Nymphs and sprites were beings who loved to play. They loved to entice. They loved to seduce. They loved enjoying all the body’s possibilities for pleasure, bringing thrills and chills to her partner.
Although there are many stories around nymphs and other sexual creatures of the forest, unlike them, Pix always used a toy to seduce any unsuspecting traveler. Hers was a beautiful crystal ball
The color and lights within were so mesmerizing, that once a young man looked upon it, bewitched, he'd follow Pix into the forest where she would daze him, sexually amaze him, so he’d never be the same again.
Nymphs were known for their sexual playfulness. There was never any shame in their game. Sex, like any other delightful pastime, was meant to be fun, frolicking, joyful, and exciting.
It never included guilt, disgust or regret because it was all in the spirit of giving pleasure.
believe that every woman has a little of the nymph’s essence inside of
her. Don’t confuse nymph and the modern term ‘nympho’. Nymphos can't
be satisfied and have deep psychological issues needing professional psychiatric care.
Nymphs find their satisfaction and enjoy their sexuality. To what degree a woman allows her playfulness to emerge depends on many things. But if she's discovered her inner Pix Pieswax, she loves to play, and she'll even bring the toys.
The creation of nymphs during the Renaissance was developed out of a pressing need to feel free within the society and within our intimate relations.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we Americans could adopt that same attitude of the Renaissance nymphs?
Instead of thinking of sex as dirty, naughty, improper, disgusting or shameful, appreciate its necessity.
Learn to discuss it appropriately within each age group. Tell them what they need to know to proceed with care and responsibility.
To understand our collective moral fiber, first we must acknowledge that there are two very separate sex camps in this world; the good sex camp and the bad sex camp. The good sex camp is when sexual relationships happen between partners who care about and respect one another.
It is beautiful, satisfying sex because both partners are there to give to each other.
There are no restrictions to their pleasure except for what they personally do not like or want to include.
The bad sex camp is when sex is used as a weapon; rape, incest, molestation are all part of this problem.
Whenever sex is used to harm another, it can not be included as part of the joy of sex.
As a country of sexual beings we started with laws and hang-up that reflected those of the Puritans. Today, many of those archaic ideas still influence our country. We have so much guilt over our sexuality, that we are constantly worried about our sex lives. And the more we worry about it, the more worrisome it becomes.
The sensual spirit can and should be developed in our formative years. Appreciating our sensuality is an important part of appreciating what makes us unique from other life forms. That we have creative imagination, that we can appreciate our sensuality, is something we should develop without shame or fear.
Sexuality, sensuality, touch, and pleasure are our greatest gifts as humans.
I love the idea of Pix as a lover, so fantastic, so exciting, never to be forgotten. Her spirit is the essence of sexual playfulness and acceptance of pleasure, which is the soul of the sensual spirit.