Sexual Wellness as a Path to Freedom.
My hope is that this phrase will make you stop and think. Hmmm…how is this possible?
How does a healthy sex life give you a feeling of freedom?
First of all, let's define what is meant by sexual wellness or healthy sex. Sexual wellness is a return to the inner wisdom and truth about BEing a sexual person. It is a place that lives inside of you where you feel safe and have the power to enjoy sex without restraint, and have full permission to express your sexuality. This does not mean that you have to hang yourself upside down and create exotic gymnastics to have a fulfilling sexual experience. It actually has nothing to do with what is happening on the outside during sex. Sexual wellness is a quality of energy that pulses at a high vibration which results in vibrant health on the inside.
For every individual, the path to find sexual wellness is unique. No two orgasms look the same. You explore your personal inner most ecstatic feelings by allowing, receiving and surrendering to pleasure. Safety is the key.
Knowing you are safe is also an inside job. You experience safety when your body is very relaxed and your mind is easeful without stress and worries. How hard is this for you? According to current data, at least 60% of women are repressed sexually so I imagine many of you find it difficult to feel safe. BTW, the 60% statistic has also been noted to be low by many sexual experts. That's a WHOA Baby!
It makes me sad to report it, as I know the value of sexual wellness for you, your relationships and the entire planet. When we free ourselves from the confinement of fear around our sexuality, the joy factor on the planet will increase substantially.
Let's take a look at our key words and their definitions, and how you can use the meaning behind them to skip down the path of sexual liberation and freedom. And please do skip…it gets us out of our serious minds…always helpful.
Allow: 1) to make a possibility, 2) to give consideration to circumstances or contingencies.
Allow yourself to consider what needs to BE present in order to feel safe and experience pleasure.
Receive: 1) to come into possession of, 2) to assimilate through the mind or senses
Receive and possess pleasure by experiencing joy through your senses. Let all your senses come alive throughout your day.
Surrender: 1) to give oneself over to something (as an influence), 2) to yield to the power
Surrender to the power of pleasure and allow it influence your life.
There are obvious issues which prevent us from experiencing deep satisfaction and fulfillment with sexuality. We, as women, are awfully good at complicating most situations. Our darn brains just don't want to turn off sometimes.
Start where you are…and cultivate a knowing that sexual wellness heals you and creates freedom in every aspect of your life.
"Health is not only to be well, but to use well every power we have." – Florence Nightingale