Making love is the ultimate form of expression in a relationship. There are ways to make love without having sexual intercourse while sharing emotional intimacy. Stimulating the mind can be just as much of an aphrodisiac as the act of sex itself. In relationships we require connections on many levels.
HERE ARE 5 WAYS YOU CAN MAKE LOVE TO YOUR PARTNER WITHOUT HAVING SEX:
BUILD A STRONG FRIENDSHIP.
Good relationships don’t just happen over night. They require mutual love, trust and respect. Creating a strong foundation as friends, who share everything, will enhance sexual pleasures at a later time in your union. The act of allowing and acceptance is a beautiful bond in human sexuality. Feeling safe is foreplay. When you know your partner has your back and your best intentions you feel happy.
This leads to the release of the love hormone called oxytocin. Oxytocin creates a sense of happiness and well-being. This hormone is associated with empathy and trust, therefore releasing even more feelings of love and security in a relationship. Friends don’t require sex. They require acknowledgment, understanding and mutual admiration. You cultivate love through the depth of a strong friendship.
I was sitting shotgun in the car, with family and friends, while we were trying to find a place to park for dinner.
We pulled into the restaurant’s parking lot, naturally, to find a place to park.
A lot attendant came over to the driver’s side window and prompted to scold and chastise the driver for being there and breaking some parking lot-line of cars rule system that we didn’t know was in place.
The driver was hit smack in the face with the parking lot attendant’s tense and hostile attitude, and instantly, the driver then also became irritable, tense, and short.
This is an example of an energetic attack.
Typically, an attack of energy, also called a psychic attack, comes on quick and arises from someone else’s low energy emotions, thoughts, or attitudes – directed at you.
Low energy is also called negative energy. It’s any energy that’s generated by a less than wonderful thought or feeling, like anger, hostility, worry, irritability, sadness, or any other emotion, thought, or feeling that falls into this category.
If you’re sensitive to energy, aka, if you’re an empath or clairsentient, this makes you especially sensitive to onslaughts of low or negative energy attacks.
Negative or low energy attacks have the potential to *completely* change your mood or your physical feeling of wellness in an instant.
Think this has happened to you? These are the most common signs.
10 Most Common Signs and Symptoms of Negative Energy Attack
1.Sudden stomach ache or nausea
2. Stabbing pains around the chest, shoulders, and back
3. A throbbing headache
4. Feeling disoriented or out of it all of a sudden
5. Crankiness or irritability
6. Feeling angry or on edge for seemingly no reason
7. Feeling like you’re beneath a heavy cloud or like there’s a weight on you
8. Feelings of worry, guilt, or anxiety interrupting your day
9. Coughing or choking
10. Tightness in the chest or feeling like you can’t breathe
If these happen to you frequently and on a “all of a sudden” type basis, consider that the problem is not you, but that you’ve been hit by someone else’s negative energy.
The first step in doing anything about it is noticing that it’s happening. Next time you feel a sudden change in how you feel, emotional or physical, take a moment to ask yourself if there may have been a trigger.
Think carefully, it might not always be immediately apparent. Energy attacks can happen from a distance and through the internet, too!
Do you worry a lot? It’s easy to do. There are so many unknowns in life and so many ways you could potentially be harmed, rejected, or lose your resources. Sickness, job loss, betrayal, rejection, academic failure, ending up alone, aging, poverty, crime, and terrorism are some of the most common themes of worrying thoughts. Constant, ongoing worry is the cardinal symptom of a mental health condition known as generalized anxiety disorder, but some worrying is just part of being human. Our brains are wired to worry. In fact, research shows that our brains generate scenarios of possible future events in order to prepare our brains and bodies to deal with them. When our ancestors lived in the jungle, those who best predicted where the predators were lurking were more likely to live and pass on their genes to future generations. That being said, worry can kill your joy, take you out of the present, and become a self-sabotaging habit that drains your energy. But research keeps finding new, proven ways to help you worry less. Read on to find out what these are.
1. Learn acceptance-based mindfulness meditation.
While the traditional view of mindfulness meditation is that it involves sitting quietly and watching the breath, this is only one of many ways of practicing mindfulness. Watching the breath is a way of training your attention, but there is another form of mindfulness meditation that focuses on calmly accepting your ongoing inner experience, thereby taking away some of its sting. A 2017 study compared the effects of attention-based versus acceptance-based mindfulness to a control condition (progressive muscle relaxation) in reducing short-term worry. The attention-based meditation group focused on watching the breath and bringing their attention back to the breath when their minds wandered. By contrast, the acceptance-based meditation group focused on just noticing and allowing, perhaps labeling, whatever inner experiences naturally emerged for them, including thoughts, feelings, or physical sensations.