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Why humans fear sex.

Posted: 23 Feb 2019, 23:30
by Paul Lombardo
If you LOOK lol at today's world you will see that that very act of LOOKING is regarded as bad, feared. The act of looking is an act of sex, how? Because you are touching with your eyes. Sex is guarded by man kept away for themselves through selfish desire . It is feared . We are not allowed to use our eyes. Those that dare stand against the minds of man will be attacked and killed. Sex is the one and only point that man has locked away and hidden . A point that somehow apparently requires you to give up everything for even your own breath. Why should it be this way. Why can't sex just be something to be had just like coffee or sunlight. Try LOOKING at your neighbors wife, what will happen ? Attack and blame....I'm just now starting to SEE that SEX and LOOKING are part of the same point . And somehow man requires you to give up things in exchange for sex, the GOD-MIND-SYSTEM. LOOK at GOD. HE requires you to give up and exchange one for the other, only in the mind though, only in the mind .

Re: Why humans fear sex.

Posted: 23 Feb 2019, 23:34
by Paul Lombardo
Give up everything (drugs, masturbation, even breath) and you will find your beloved SEX. This is GOD. The idea who requires you to give-up and now you can have. Question is can we have it all equally?

Re: Why humans fear sex.

Posted: 24 Feb 2019, 19:59
by Gabriel
Paul Lombardo wrote: 23 Feb 2019, 23:30 I'm just now starting to SEE that SEX and LOOKING are part of the same point.
So how has this insight unfolded in your personal process? Have you for instance found it difficult to control your own eye-movement when it comes to looking at a person that matches a picture in your mind?

What type of practical solutions are you exploring to deal with such issues?

Re: Why humans fear sex.

Posted: 28 Feb 2019, 19:38
by Marlen
Hi Paul, it would be better if you could share more here about the actual writings you do as self support.

Sometimes writing some conclusions that you've come up to without sharing 'how you got to that conclusion' can be convoluted and confusing, even more so when some premises are questionable, such as how you perceive sex or what 'needs to be given up' etc... It's confusing to me.

Therefore, the aim of writing in this forum is to be able to support each other, but that becomes difficult when you only share some conclusions or ideas that you have based on something you heard or read and share it here... that becomes hard to follow and frankly, it is difficult to see it as any point of support or even difficult to assist in giving any form of perspectives because of how there may be a few misunderstandings on the premises you have to create some of these conclusions.

Hence, a suggestion, as Gabriel has asked, best to share more about yourself, what your Own experience is about it. Not to only share some generalized conclusions or realizations - share how you are getting to such conclusions and so we will be able to understand better what you are getting at or what you are trying to clarify.