Why do we stop having sex?
Monday 12 November 2012 at 09:48 am
Sex and Long Term Relationships
Why do we stop having sex?
Initially, winning a partner with the most desirable genes was one of the reasons why we went out to seek partner and why we offered sex. The sexual game soon became connected with the excitement, passion, and bliss of ‘falling in love’, entered our fairytales, became part of our conscious and sub-conscious make-up, and waged chemical wars within our brains. So, the question What is Love? became very complex to answer. Today, most people aspire to obtain lifelong love, and most people wish to have a fulfilling long term sexual relationships. So, the statistic of the estimated 20 million married couples in America living in sexless marriages (sex less than ten times a year) comes as quite shocking.
How serious are we about our sexual health?
Monday 12 November 2012 at 09:16 am
Relationship and Sexual Hygiene
Sexual hygiene and honeymoon of falling in love
How many young couples during the ‘honeymoon’ days of falling in love and at the beginning of their relationship stop to talk about their sexual health? To get to know one another they will go through many different questions: how many partners have you had, and what did you eat for breakfast when you were 8 – this still stays an interesting part of a mating game, but rarely they ask: how many times have you had unprotected sex and who was it with? Because this question is not asked, our society still has an enormous number of: teenage pregnancies, abortions, cancers, and sexually transmitted diseases.
How to Train Unconditional Love
Friday 26 October 2012 at 08:07 am
Chemistry of Love
"Look at every path closely and deliberately, then ask ourselves this crucial question: Does this path have a heart? If it does, then the path is good. If it doesn't, it is of no use." – Carlos Castaneda
If you are anything like me, even just a mention of words: falling in love, love and sex will inspire the motion of the magic potion of Oxytocin (Greek: ōkytokínē, meaning ‘quick birth’) in your brain.
Join the crowd of all of us, mortals, artists, poets, spiritual teachers, singers, all, that try their very best to understand this amazing mix that keeps our eyes sparkling, our hearts warm, and our relationships healthy.
Applying the law of attraction (you will attract into your life whatever you focus on) to the subject of spiritual relationship, we all dream to move into the space of abundance of love, abundance of passion and abundance of understanding. However, we are so heavily conditioned by the concept of soul-mates and tied within ferry-tales subconscious chains that we find it difficult to clearly observe love, and the above drive somehow manages to escape our focus and sometimes even manages to miss our lives.