Sex: The Fundamental Attraction

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
The book is aiming at answering critical questions such as: What is the fundamental purpose of the domain of sex? What is 'uncontaminated' sex? What is the significance of the sexual energy? Why do human beings have a fundamental attraction to the domain of sex? What is the connection between the domain of sex and Higher Consciousness? As such, the book attempts to unlock a deeper and inner knowledge that can reveal some of the mysteries of the sexual domain, and constitutes a true 'Science of Sex'.
The sexual domain has three distinct levels: the physical level concerning reproduction and physical pleasure, the psychological-humanistic level concerning the connection between love, intimacy and sexuality, and the spiritual level, which is the most significant level, concerning the attainment of higher consciousness. It is the physical pleasure attached to the sexual activity that motivates us, in the first place, to seek and engage in sexual encounters.

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Sex: The Fundamental Attraction

Submitted: March 16, 2009

The book is aiming at answering critical questions such as: What is the fundamental purpose of the domain of sex? What is 'uncontaminated' sex? What is the significance of the sexual energy? Why do human beings have a fundamental attraction to the domain of sex? What is the connection between the domain of sex and Higher Consciousness? As such, the book attempts to unlock a deeper and inner knowledge that can reveal some of the mysteries of the sexual domain, and constitutes a true 'Science of Sex'.
The sexual domain has three distinct levels: the physical level concerning reproduction and physical pleasure, the psychological-humanistic level concerning the connection between love, intimacy and sexuality, and the spiritual level, which is the most significant level, concerning the attainment of higher consciousness. It is the physical pleasure attached to the sexual activity that motivates us, in the first place, to seek and engage in sexual encounters. Read Chapter