1 Corinthians 6:19
know you not that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have of God, and you are not your own?”
If you would like to learn more about yourself, another great place to start would be your views on the sexual experience. The way that you view the world is based off of your sexual perspective, and it can help you integrate pieces of yourself into a more balanced woman if you chose to delve deeper into this area of your life. The reason there are so many misbehaviors related to sex is because it has become a separate piece in us, and so we search for it in places outside of us when we can really have a sexual experience from using our emotions.
Emotions and sex are one.
How you express yourself sexually is the way you express yourself emotionally and vice versa. The issue though, is that because many of us have been hurt emotionally and sexually offended, our emotions and sexual behaviors also change, so you may be expressing yourself in a way that is more contrary to how you would naturally be. Try looking and feeling your sexuality as a part of you; this means that when you begin to feel the sensation of your sexual energy inside of you, you need to relax into it instead of thinking that you need to go satisfy that sensation with something outside of you, because sexual energy is there to be desired: The act is a totally different process.
Desire should have a crisp, clean feeling to it instead of a naughty one. If you have desires that feel naughty, its because you are looking at something from a perspective of separateness; as something that you need to have, and that can lead you to choices that later on may make you feel discouraged. It’s like seeing another woman as someone you can be friends with instead of as a stranger, or seeing a man you don’t know as someone whom you can acquire knowledge from or share a close friendly bond with that is intimate yet harmonious. Intimacy is an aspect of sexuality that does not require the physical act of sex, it entails honesty and generosity.
Sexuality on the other hand is a trait in a person that is unique to that person,
but it is the glue to connection.
~ Sexuality will hold a bond together ~
Now sex and sexuality are different yet coherent so I will break that down in parts 2 and 3.