Five Tips to Re-Sexualize Your Self

Sex is an important part of your life and your relationship. It’s essential that you enjoy it. The conditioning on the body to be sexual and reproduce is the strongest on the planet. It is the second strongest instinct on the planet next to that of survival. However, sexual desire can change over time, and can increase or decrease depending on life’s situations. Do you worry about what is “normal” or “abnormal” sexual activity? Do you wonder why or what causes the change in your sex drive? Understandably every person, and every couple, has a different level of desire and need for sexual intimacy. In response to outside forces such as stress and emotional experiences, sexual desires often change. Here are five tips to re-sexualize your self and improve your sex live: One. Your Body is an Energetic Snapshots of Your Past Love Encounters Have you noticed that when involved in certain intimate relationships, your self-esteem either rises or declines? This is largely because you energetically perceive the thoughts that the significant other has of you. These thoughts may be totally unrelated to who you really are, but you begin to resonate with that energy already in your energetic field. Energetic snapshots of other people’s thought forms stuck in your space or body, can block our energy flow in a particular part of your body or energy field. They create pockets of vulnerability and attract similar experiences. Other peoples’ perceptions, thoughts and beliefs that stay in your body or energetic space and eventually create dis-ease. Two. Create Room for Increased Sexual Expression Is there is stored up guilt within you about sex? Is sex an important part of your life? Does work or other activities overcrowd your schedule so that you don’t have time to express loving sexuality? Send an intentional energetic message into your world that you plan to break this pattern. As you begin to release the energetic charge from past mistakes, healing and...

The Causes of Impotence

Known under many nicknames over time and feared by any man who seeks to enjoy life, impotence is getting to be a more and more common dysfunction in these times. Higher levels of stress and pollution, lifestyles that are harmful to the body and exposure to beauty and sex standards that are not widely met within the society are the likely culprits for this situation. Impotence may be caused by many different factors of both physical and psychological nature. The list of physical factors features inherited impotence, genetic disorders, various conditions and the medication prescribed for them. Studies have shown that many cases of impotence are inherited from ancestors who had similar problems. Long term consumption of alcohol and nicotine is also an established cause of impotence, due to the way alcohol influences the cardiovascular system. Conditions and diseases that affect the flow of blood within the body are practically guaranteed to cause impotence. Since erections are based on the amount of blood that can be trapped by the penis and on the time it takes to do so, it’s easy to see why people suffering from cardiovascular conditions or diabetes have problems getting erections. The medication used to keep in check these conditions is also bound to affect the flow of blood, especially in the case of high blood pressure. Other types of medication that interfere with erections are those which modify the responses of the central nervous system to various reflex actions. Such drugs are likely to inhibit the reflex widening of arteries that allows an erection to occur. Antidepressants are well-known for listing impotence among their side effects. However, any man that wakes in the morning with a full or half-full erection can probably say that there is nothing wrong on the physical side. Which means, of course, that the problem probably lies within the mind. The best known psychological factors that cause impotence are stress and lack of confidence. Stress...