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The following description refers to a person who does not achieve orgasm during intercourse.
Since orgasm is the discovery of all the energy centers of the body (chakras), a person uses his absence to refuse what the other person is offering him. He does not open for what is given to him. Such a person hardly accepts everything that comes from the opposite sex. He prefers to restrain himself instead of opening himself in front of another person and rejoicing in his presence. He is generally very restrained, and not only in sexual relations. In addition, since orgasm is synonymous with pleasure, this person cannot enjoy even the small joys of life without feeling guilty.
If you think that you are punishing another person by blocking your orgasm, you have gone the wrong way, as you are only punishing yourself.
Orgasm is a great way to merge with the opposite sex; moreover, it helps you achieve a merger in you of the masculine and the feminine. In addition, sexual relations, if they are based on love and surrender, are an inexhaustible source of energy. Physical orgasm reminds you of the great fusion of soul and spirit that we all strive for.
Learn to love yourself and tell yourself that you deserve pleasure in your life. Only you yourself can make your life pleasant and joyful, so it is unreasonable to rely on others in this. They cannot give you that which you cannot give yourself (the spiritual law of cause and effect). It seems to you that if you do not control yourself, others will immediately take up this, but you are mistaken. You have to relax and stop clinging to things and ideas.
Spiritual Blocking and Conclusion
Same as for ABSSCESS (see page 27).
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