Such a fresh and true approach to what it is.to be a man and a woman and how different it is to truly make love and just having sex.
It is so reductionist to look at our genders and see lines and boundaries around what they are here to be and express. We all have our own expression of what it means to be a man or woman, but there is so much to unify us, we are equal. It is interesting that there is so much distrust, and stalking around one another, or a push to fit the role of man or woman, rather than be free to express as is true, with out the lines of separation. How can the physical act be any more than that....sex, rather than making love when we have all these issues surrounding who we are, and we are not honest about them. I find this conversation inspiring.
We currently live with imagined lines of demarcation between the sexes and the pen that we have used to draw the lines is exactly the same pen that we have used to draw the demarcation lines between us and ourselves.
Most relationships are not based on truth and therefore not truthful.
What a lovely, true and fresh approach to understanding what it is to be a man or to be a woman, and how huge the difference is to making love to each other, or just having sex.
Sex can be a very mechanical act, whereas making love is made in the moment by the moment.
Such a refreshing look at relationships between men and women here. I agree completely that we have to completely start again and throw out the models of manhood and womanhood that we currently have and embrace the fact that we can be energetically equally male and female and still be very much our own gender in life. What's more you can tell from this interview that Serge Benhayon is living this way himself right now and not just talking about it.
Very true, Andrew, that Serge Benhayon is the living example of what he presents here and by being so brings validity and to truth to what he is sharing.
There is so much separation within the genders, when we take on roles in life as who we are, rather than be ourselves.
It is a game changer, to feel and live that how we move through life can be about making love and is not limited to a sexual act in a moment in our day.
This takes all the games and nonsense out of the relationships with our partners, how much time do we waste when we could be making love as the Gods that we are.
Completely letting go of all our old preconceptions that hold us fixed in a time warp where we are playing small when in truth we 'Gods Making Love'.
We are Gods who have reduced themselves down to matchstick men and women.
Beautiful to have so eloquently expressed that tenderness and sensitivity is not weak but robust and that they are the true qualities of true men.
Thanks for this presentation that puts the birds and the bees into perspective. Love is in the movements and the integrity of our everyday and our most intimate moments. Another true interview.
I agree with as a man and it is so beautiful and confirming to hear how much it is a delight and everything majestic to support a woman to go there in an orgasim.
Embracing the understanding of both men and woman being male and female equally so will form the foundation of letting go many of the toxic and incarcerating images and beliefs we hold over ourselves and eachtoher.
Definitely great to consider here that we need to look deeper into why the porn industry exists and is growing and what is the real impact or harm it is doing to our societies and what does the growth of this industry say about us as a society? And as this interview shares could there be much more to intimacy and making love that we are missing out on and perhaps not wanting to look at?
A very unifying conversation that opens the way to bridging the gaps between gender stereotypes. Thank you for the open and respectful way in which you discuss the potential deepening of our relationships.
Indeed, what is offered here supports to dissolve the prisons of gender stereotyping and deeply nurture instead our innate universal qualities.
Stereotypes of any kind act as prisons, both to those who are being stereotyped and those who are doing the stereotyping.
In truth there is no gap between men and women. The perceived gap between the genders is a man made construct brought in by us, in truth it doesn't exist, it exists purely because we keep it alive. But if we pulled the plug on parenting and educating boys and girls differently we would have 2 genders with very similar qualities.
The world is absolutely flooded with sex. We have sex outlets pretty much everywhere, sex clubs, sex exhibitions, sexual magazines in local newsagents, sex on T.V, unlimited sex on the internet, sex dating etc, it's literally everywhere but this is the first conversation that I have heard that actually discusses what is truly going on when we have sex and the true possibility of taking sex to a deeper and more rewarding level.
"We're robbed of a richer aspect of making love but we're not robbed of that at the making love or sexual point, we're robbed of that at the livingness point', this is pure gold.
I feel that one day making love energetically with everyone will be our living way.
This reminds me how foundational our relationship with ourself is in regards to how we are with another; where by surrendering to our essence we can actually deepen the connection we have with another.
An episode that covers so much in a beautiful wholesome manner, from sex, to making love, orgasms, relationships, to being immortal, and much more.
This idea that rape can occur energetically as well as physically and that perhaps occurs more often than we realise is a challenging one to accept but nonetheless makes a lot of sense and maybe we need to go there and consider this a possibility if we are to actually have truly loving fulfilling relationships.
I agree, the more I have become aware of energy the more I understand this as a reality and true. Rape is an abusive, intrusion of another....this does not just have to be physical, and even when it is physical it is also energetic. We feel so much more than we allow ourselves to be aware of. Energy is what we are of and it is with us everywhere, so it is obvious to me that that there is loving and not living energy, we can feel it, when people feel harmful or harmless, and not loving energy will and can and does abuse us and intrude upon us, if we choose to not be aware of it.
There is so much gold in this interview as there is in any interview with Serge. I certainly relate to the bastardisation of the femanine nature of a man. I always thought I was tender and sensitive but was in truth pathetic and over sensitive in reaction to the world. These models we are sold are so deeply damaging and incarcerating. In truth we are not the model, we are far far grander than that.
I love the word wholesome, we tend to see it has a bit weak, naive and not fitting for this day and age, but lets reflect on wholesomeness and how we can live, whole, a fullness to life that is not separated into must do's and want too's but the whole body moving in unity and being supportive of that body moving in unity, as one whole, within the whole.
Having a transactional style relationship rather than a union of celebrating being together with another is the only type of relationship I knew before meeting Serge Benhayon. I appreciate now knowing that there is a more true way to have a relationship and to come together with another.
The act of celebrating is, in itself unifying.
Something to deeply consider ... if there is not an energetic respect it is energetic rape. Bring it back to energy to, and, expose it all.
Such a fresh presentation that makes me realize there much more to discover about who we are and the tender, intimate depths we can take our relationships to.
Rowena I absolutely love your description of where we can take our relationships, "to tender, intimate depths". These words describe beautifully where I feel my relationship with my partner is going and it feels that we are each going to more 'tender, intimate depths with ourselves, with each other and at the same time with God.
Just being presented with the fact that we are Gods is a paradigm shaker to start with. What power we unwittingly wield and hence have to restore true harmony to this world, starting with the quality of relationship within our selves, which naturally imbues all our relationships with an irresistible delicacy, truth and playfulness.
Sex is something that I have had in the past to make up for the fact that there was no love.
Growing up, listening to adults talk about sex always made me feel uncomfortable. People around me sexualised it, made it taboo & sometimes felt like they were saying one thing but meaning another. Listening to Serge Benhayon speak about sex & making love in front of hundreds of people is revelatory, there is no taboo, no sexualisation, no mystery and no inappropriate innuendos. This is the sex education needed in schools, not the "just get on the pill to make sure you don't get pregnant". For it does not teach our children to connect to their bodies, honour themselves and discern when they're ready to engage in sex. Teaching safety, is not teaching responsibility.
I have watched this video many times because it talks about the possibility of making love, the possibility of two people coming together in complete honouring of one another, in Love. This is something I have always felt is possible, somewhere out there. But what i have experienced is far from it, the first time I had sex I was so disappointed and thought to myself: "is this it? This is what people are raving about?" so i settled and continued my life, thinking that that's all that I will ever get. How many of us do that? How many women actually don't enjoy sex, but just go along with it in the hope that one day, maybe for a glimpse of a second they will feel cherished and adored by their partner in such a way which is described in this interview? THere are many of us, if not all of us, who are craving exactly that. And when we start to claim that, and make that our standard, perhaps things in the bedroom will start to change.
Perhaps we have a long way away before we can grasp the concept of making love, but just to have it presented as an option, as something we can consider in our lives is a huge gift. A gift that teaches us we can demand more from life than the common low standards we all seemed to have accepted.
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