Already there are discussions about the reserving of sexual energy in order to assist other areas of life (put blandly, but that is Napolean Hills ideal about this in a nutshell). Most notibly the two IQ questions; one here and another of dealing with sexual desire it outlined here using the 6th Rite (a breathing and physical exercise).
I am strongly in alignment with the teachings of Abraham and Stingray. From their viewpoint, does anybody have any information about sexual energy (or saving sexual energy) in order to assist some area of life or assist in a vibrational process? Again, this question is only asked in the perspectives of Abraham...
Looking forward to my answer :) Thankyou so much!!
asked 23 Nov '11, 15:53
Am gradually catching up on these past questions...
There are no "teachings of Stingray" that I'm aware of. If anyone believes there are, please let me have your home address so I can come round and kick you...and please state your preference for which part of your body I should kick the hardest :)
We each have our own unique paths and desires for life experiences. There is no right or wrong way other than what you believe there is.
Regarding the question, sexual energy is just the same "energy that creates worlds" that flows everywhere else.
Trying to separate out that energy and place judgements upon it is more to do with the sexual hangups of the person judging it, not anything inherent in that energy.
Abraham have stated quite clearly that if they were in our physical shoes, the thing that would give them the most pleasure would be sex :) Check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-b3JjwzjB4
So, really, because there is only one energy underlying all physical reality, all the same principles that apply to flowing "source energy" also apply to "sexual energy".
If you enjoy flowing energy towards something, flow it (sexually, or otherwise). When you get bored, flow it to something else instead that you enjoy ...and do that eternally.
But don't flow the energy because you believe it will get you something physically, just flow it because...
...it's fun to flow energy :)
And I just remembered that back in the mid 90s, Jerry and Esther issued a special set of three cassette tapes from Abraham dealing with sexual topics (in place of the usual single weekly tape) where people asked questions about which sexual practices were okay and which were not. I vaguely even recall someone asking about sex with animals, or something along those lines (don't have the tapes to hand).
Basically, Abraham's answer was the usual one. If it feels good to you, then it's the right thing for you. Answers like that don't go down too well when it comes to "taboo" subjects like sex so I seem to recall some of the audience members were a bit unhappy about hearing them.
I've not really heard Abraham tackle sexual subjects much since then. Either that or (the late) Jerry Hicks decided it wasn't worth the negative feedback of putting those questions on the weekly tapes, now CDs and mp3s.
It's just goes to show that you cannot tell people "The Truth", only what they are prepared to hear...something I've heard Abraham say a number of times in the early days.
Why don't you ask Abraham? You'll probably receive some sort of answer along the lines of "If it feels good, you're in alignment with your best intentions and the universe!" or something similarly vague.
Abraham doesn't teach much along the lines of yogic or taoist sexual alchemy.. it's more for those who (think) they want to manifest a few million dollars, live forever with a perfect partner and feel good while doing it.
answered 24 Nov '11, 02:41
I searched my Daily Quotes from A-H and found only this
I found That Neopolean Hills view was interesting on sexual emotion .The Mystery of Sex Transmutation CHAPTER 11: The Tenth Step toward Riches
Think and grow rich is a great book although slightly dated in its written style.
A must read for one who is on the journey.
answered 25 Nov '11, 11:06
I think the closest quote I have found to Abraham's teachings is "Follow your bliss" by Joseph Campbell.
However, we have to bear in mind that although we are all extensions of source energy, we are all different in terms of where our happiness lies. So, things that feel good to some of us may not feel good to others.
In answer to your question, if sex is something that you personally enjoy, then you would not be doing yourself any favours by restraining from it as you will then be standing in the way of your highest joy.
answered 28 Nov '11, 12:49
A: Why do you ask about about sexual energy?
J: I am asking for a friend.
What you really want to know, I think, is if you can be in the vortex and also be sexually satisfied? This is an interesting question...
J: It does not seem likely to me that something so basically physical could be helpful to raising the Soul to the Vortex.
It would appear that way. Many times we mistake the satisfaction of sex with the satisfaction achieved with the soul rising- the chi rising, as they say. I think many of your great spiritual guides found that trying to do both is impossible...in fact, the satisfaction of the vortex seems sufficient enough that many do not even desire sexual relations for themselves. But it is not wrong to want a physical sense of perfection...but it is not the same as spiritual satisfaction at all. How do you say it? Like comparing apples to oranges...both are fine, but not comparable.
J: I am trying to find an answer for my friend. You say we are comparing apples to oranges. Does this mean that we cannot enjoy both?
No. What I am saying is that when the soul is completely satisfied, the body no longer craves sexual satisfaction- or any other purely physical satisfaction. We find as we grow spiritually, and achieve higher and higher spiritual levels, we leave the hungers of the flesh behind. They no longer control us. We control them.
Thank you for your help!
You are welcome. I hope this has assisted you.
November 29, 2011
Sex is a part of nature. I go along with nature.
Sex is emotion in motion.
Blake said that the body was the soul's prison unless the five senses are fully developed and open. He considered the senses the 'windows of the soul.' When sex involves all the senses intensely, it can be like a mystical experence.
Sex without love is merely healthy exercise.
Once you see your nature, sex is basically immaterial.
Sex is. There is nothing more to be done about it. Sex builds no roads, writes no novels and sex certainly gives no meaning to anything in life but itself.
sex is experience of sharing between 2 people. experience and enjoy.
answered 26 Nov '11, 05:43
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