Spirituality and sexuality are expressed by the collective soul and through our individual spirits. We all emanate from the same source. We are all creations of the one energy that is present in every living thing. Although some would cast doubt about who are God’s children, we all are. What we do to each other, we do to ourselves. That goes for all aspects of life, and most especially when applied to our sexuality.
Featured here in the Blog Talk Radio Interview is a revelation on how the gifts of spirit are constantly presented; it is our choice whether or not we choose to accept them. Gifts come in all manner of packaging. Some are sexual; others are not.
If we’re going to have sexual relations, it is important to be honest about them. Just as we voice our concerns, desires, and intentions to satisfy other needs in our lives, so too, our sexual needs must be communicated so that we may grow. Only then can we move forward as a society and leave our sexual bias behind.
Sexual bias is what has kept spirituality out of our sexuality for so many centuries.
If we continue to rely on old beliefs that keep women as the property of men, women can never expect equality.
When it comes to our spiritual selves, we are all equal.
As much as we want to think that property, wealth, status, gender or power make one ‘better’ than the rest, when it comes to your spirit, we are all the same.
Once we acknowledge sexuality spirituality in our relations, our desire becomes to please one another.
That is when our sexual relations become a living art.
When we combine sexuality and spirituality in satisfying our desires, we end up sharing something good.
This need satisfied, doesn’t only taste good, but when done with consideration, feels good and is good for us. We benefit from its practice.
We revel in its sensory delights.
Our sexuality is the means for us to create anew.
Our sexuality is one of the most beautiful expressions of human pleasure that we have.
It should be regarded as the highest form of loving our selves.
It is nature creating through us.
Sexuality and spirituality may be opposites, but they are the two sides of the same coin.