The threats of shame, disapproval or massive loss are seemingly not enough to prevent sexual scandal. Our deeper sexual cravings almost always trump our ideals for morality. That’s some powerful ju-ju that’s driving us, despite our loftier intentions. Perhaps a sincere and vulnerable look into the secret heart of our arousal could create some balance and healing. Maybe confronting the unresolved feelings that produce "troublesome turn-ons” in our fantasy world might allow us to act more congruently in the “real” world. Perhaps deconstructing our erotic cravings, and acknowledging the desire to give and receive love that is at the core of them all, might just restore some much-needed dignity to our sexual selves.
"Most of your sexual desires, no matter how weird or kinky
they may seem, are rooted in your need to give and receive
love or your need to experience a specific part in the spectrum
of [sexual] energy. These needs are natural, although if denied
or hidden they can grow into 'pathological' forms that require
healing. If you don't embrace these desires in yourself
with compassion, you can create an inner division
that results in an energetic kink."
~David Deida, Author of The Way of the Superior Man
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