Sacred Sexuality Quotes

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“So I say, if you are burning, burn. If you can stand it, the shame will burn away and leave you shining, radiant, and righteously shameless”
Elizabeth Cunningham

David Deida
“Your only real choices are to open fully and receive their gifts or crucify them and be relieved of their force...But you must be willing to feel your heart's terrors and wounds or else you will close and protect yourself, striking back at the source of openness you most yearn to become...”
David Deida

“When we practice sacred sexuality we are working with cosmologically rooted principles, balancing the heavenly yang (male energy) of the universe with the all-knowing, life-giving yin (feminine energy) of the earth within ourselves.”
John Maxwell Taylor, Eros Ascending: The Life-Transforming Power of Sacred Sexuality

Wilhelm Reich
“Originally and naturally, sexual pleasure was the good, the beautiful, the happy, that which united man with nature in general. When sexual feelings and religious feelings became separated from one another, that which is sexual was forced to become the bad, the internal, the diabolical.”
Wilhelm Reich, The Mass Psychology of Fascism

“When we feel good about ourselves, we send out positive “vibes” that are appealing to healthier potential partners.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

Brownell Landrum
“Your soul is your connection to the Divine. Sacred sex is an activity of joining souls in holy, celestial creation, expressing your appreciation for the gift of life, of sharing your body’s vitality with another.”
Brownell Landrum, A Chorus of Voices: DUET stories Volume III - Adult Version

“In a spiritual encounter, all relationships are seen as mirrors of the self, while the heart remains open to freely express and receive love without possessiveness.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

“To experience the most profound levels of sexual ecstasy, we must be willing to release, even if only temporarily, the drive for explosive orgasms and surrender to a quest for self-discovery and healing.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

Mariah McKenzie
“we can proceed without knowing or expectation”
Mariah McKenzie, More: Journey to Mystical Union Through the Sacred and the Profane

“In the art of sacred sexuality, our bodies meet to physically express what is felt in our hearts and souls.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

“When a man who looks at a woman only as an object of potential pleasure, he does not see the woman herself. He misses the essence of who she is, the treasures she holds in her heart, and the potential their relationship offers.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

Shalom Melchizedek
“Aligning with yourself, then another and you both aligning yourselves together further in harmony will summon source energy in ways you couldn’t imagine.”
Shalom Melchizedek, Cosmic Sexuality

“No amount of talking about sex is going to diminish the mystery of the experience of it. Sex is Sacred, Not Secret.”
Christine Laplante, LMHC

“We are the embodiment of the Love behind and beyond lovemaking.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

“For sexuality to reach a level worthy of being called sacred, it takes full cooperation of healthy and aware partners and healers.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

“Having clear boundaries means that we are in touch enough with the healthy, loving part of ourselves to know what does and doesn’t work for our higher good, and to choose accordingly.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

Bill  Weber
“Your inner thighs like the petals of a newly opened lily
Long, smooth and sensually captivating
Drawing me into the center of the flower”
Bill Weber, Choosing Me: Love Letters from a Poet, Volume 1

Mariah McKenzie
“What I know best is crying and orgasm”
Mariah McKenzie, More: Journey to Mystical Union Through the Sacred and the Profane

Mariah McKenzie
“Holy intimacy is fostered with the marriage to two commitments: one to sitting in quiet solitude with the inner Self; the other to sitting in rapt attention with one's mortal Beloved”
Mariah McKenzie, More: Journey to Mystical Union Through the Sacred and the Profane

“The completion of the soul's journey is proportionate to our ability to integrate spirituality the heart) and sexuality (the body).”
Michael Mirdad, Sacred Sexuality: A Manual for Living Bliss

“Although healing may not be the primary focus of the sexual experience, sexual issues of repression or trauma can be brought to the lovemaking session and patiently addressed.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

“The ultimate goal for us all is to experience and integrate: (1) a union with God; (2) a union within our own being (mind, body, and soul); and (3) potentially, a union with partners.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

Mariah McKenzie
“Have you ever wanted More? Not more stuff . . . or success . . . or fame . . . but more intimacy, more connection, more mystery, more awe”
Mariah McKenzie, More: Journey to Mystical Union Through the Sacred and the Profane

“Where two or more are gathered with one common goal of love, there is the Presence of God.”
Michael Mirdad, Sacred Sexuality: A Manual for Living Bliss

“Although most of us don’t know how, it is possible to be fully alive in our body without compromising our soul.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

“Behind every shallow sexual interaction, there hides a person who does not want to see or be seen at a deeper level.”
Michael Mirdad, An Introduction To Tantra And Sacred Sexuality

Victoria L. White
“Sacred sexuality is the marrying of souls.”
Victoria L. White, Learning To Love: And The Power of Sacred Sexual Spiritual Partnerships

Deborah Bravandt
“When you end the rift by loving the sameness and the opposite within your relationship, you will have the most ecstatic sexual relationship and edifying interpersonal relationship with your beloved.”
Deborah Bravandt

Kabir Helminski
“Ibn Arabi is suggesting that the contemplation of God is possible, indeed enhanced, through the human form: when man contemplates the Reality in woman he beholds God. The Epiphany that Ibn Arabi found in the contemplation of the feminine need not be exclusive to the feminine. Indeed, as the Qur‘an says in Surah Tin, the human being is created in the most beautiful proportions, created on an archetype of beauty. What Ibn Arabi found in his contemplation of Woman is a profound recognition of the Divine in the „other“. Since God has breathed His Spirit into human beings, the outward form is creaturely, while the inner nature is Divine. Therefore, God is loving Himself in us, and we are loving God in each other. In the same way, man is loving himself in woman, and she is loving herself in him. But the finding of wholeness within oneself doesn‘t necessarily cancel out the beautiful polarity between lovers. Ibn Arabi is describing sexual union as a mirroring of God within God, as a Divine Union of deep awareness, and this is the appropriate human state for sexual relations. Sexuality is sacred because it is a form of relationship within this great electromagnetic field of Love. To disparage this polarity is a denial of the Divine origins of our very humanity. To ignore its spiritual potential is to deny the Spirit that has been breathed into us. (p. 107)”
Kabir Edmund Helminski, Holistic Islam: Sufism, Transformation, and the Needs of Our Time

Gila Nehemia
“Outwardly embracing my divinity. I am the union and heart consciousness”
Gila Nehemia, Surreal Love: Kundalini Awakening Poetry

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