Perhaps pleasure is holiness
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It has been suggested that the experience of consensual sex is the experience of God.
It is doubtful that one can understand the experience of God if one does not understand the experience of sex.
On this view, the more sex the better, because more sex is more God. And the better we get at sex, the better we get at God.
Feel-good spirituality is feel-God spirituality.
Perhaps pleasure is holiness.Picture: Perhaps pleasure is holiness (2).
And perhaps the most important book in the Bible is the Song of Solomon.A work by the Italian baroque sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680) may be relevant here. Sited in an out-of-the-way location in Rome, it is called "The Ecstasy of St Theresa".A good image of this curious artwork can be found online here.
Or, a detail from a slightly different angle here.
In full frontal view here.
And a two-angle collage here.
The saint and his virgin
Sacred sexuality in early Christianity and the inner teachings of Jesus - an article by Walter Last
Sex and spirituality
Healing with sexual energy - an essay by Walter Last
Sexuality, Appreciation, Higher Self
Thoughts on the spirituality of sex by Joyful Spirit (Ted Murray)
Sex and Spirituality
Thoughts on the spirituality of sex by Neale Donald Walsch
The inner wisdom of the Hindu Tantrik tradition
Mike Magee’s UK website
The Biological Basis of Tantric Sex
A physical guide by Catherine Yronwode
Meditation, Yoga and Tantra
An essay by Suzie Heumann
Adam and Eve under The Tree of Knowledge
A picture by Ernst Fuchs
A picture by Rowena Morill
A picture by Julie Bell
Da Vinci's Magdalene
Sexual health and safety for hot young lovers
Ontological real deal
The unwisdom of belief
Is prayer a waste of time?
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Labels: Catherine Yronwode, Ernst Fuchs, God, Holiness, Julie Bell, Mike Magee, Neale Donald Walsch, Perhaps pleasure is holiness, Pleasure, Rowena Morill, Sex, Sex and spirituality, Suzie Heumann, Tantra, Tantric sex