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The Beginner's Guide to Sex in the Afterlife

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The Beginner's Guide to Sex in the Afterlife

Postby Eternally Learning » 25 Mar 2011, 22:42

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One of the best things about being dead is the opportunity we have to explore and understand things from a wholly new perspective. One of the worst things about being dead, though, is regret- regret that we didn't know these things before we died.

Welcome to the second in a series of tours of the afterlife, following The Beginner's Guide for the Recently Deceased (Llewellyn 2004). On that tour we examined our surroundings and the capacities of our astral body; we explored what was going on in the astral world, and who and what we might bump into on our travels; and we delved into the whys and wherefores of existence. On this tour, however, we are going to explore just one subject - but the most profound and most mysterious of them all: sex.

During this tour we will determine the source of our sexual energy, and we will trace its course through our bodies to reveal some of its extraordinary power and capacity. We will see sexual energies that are imperceptible to physical eyes, and we will observe them with the benefit of additional dimensions of space and time. We will observe different types of sexual activity, and we will find sex in some very unusual places. We will look into the deepest core of the subject so that we can grasp its essence, as well as observe it in action from the foot of the bed.

Our primary objective is to present an expansive sexual philosophy - something we don't have but sorely need. Although sex is constantly being talked about, thought about and practiced, it all seems to happen with little real understanding. We experience sexual feelings without knowing where they come from, what they're meant to do, or how best to use them. We have virtually no comprehension of the sexual big picture and no solid philosophical basis from which to judge its phenomena. We therefore find ourselves subject to a great deal of ignorance and manipulation.

If you think sex is something that's only applicable to physical bodies, that it's all about pleasure, that it's simply a function of friction or a gathering of groins, then you have glimpsed but a tiny fraction of it. Sexual energy may well be the greatest power in the cosmos. It is capable of utterly transforming us, and it is the only power capable of unfolding all our potential. And if you think that's overstating the case be prepared to be amazed.


Just a question for those here that may believe in an afterlife or astral projection and so on; Is this a Poe? I honestly can’t tell if this is someone being serious or sarcastic. To me, I’ll be blunt and say it seems ridiculous, but I concede that mine is not the only or even optimum perspective so if someone here buys into this, I’d love to hear your thoughts. Scout’s honor I’d like to have an earnest and ridicule-free discussion about it if you do.
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Re: The Beginner's Guide to Sex in the Afterlife

Postby ProfWag » 25 Mar 2011, 23:09

Possibly wishful thinking? Truthfully don't know for sure. Some say the Kama Sutra is a spiritual sexual experience. Myself? Sex is like pizza so as long as there's pizza in the afterlife, I'm good. And at least if I go to hell, I shouldn't have any problem with a fire-brick oven.
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Re: The Beginner's Guide to Sex in the Afterlife

Postby really? » 26 Mar 2011, 09:41

Though it sounds like a Poe, it's not.
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Re: The Beginner's Guide to Sex in the Afterlife

Postby NinjaPuppy » 26 Mar 2011, 18:37

I don't have a clue wtf a 'poe' is and I couldn't even find anything by Googlin'. I do know about Llewellen Publishing however. They publish a whole slew of New Age and alternate religion, magick, etc. books. I have many of their books in my personal library.

Now as for this particular publication... Geeze, you mean to tell me that there's sex after death? I can't even use THAT as an excuse?

Is there no justice in this world or the next for that matter?
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Re: The Beginner's Guide to Sex in the Afterlife

Postby Eternally Learning » 28 Mar 2011, 10:49

My best guess is that this is about sexual energies or whatever, and the "guide to sex in the afterlife" aspect of it is a tongue-in-cheek way of examining said energies.
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Re: The Beginner's Guide to Sex in the Afterlife

Postby NinjaPuppy » 28 Mar 2011, 19:03

Arouet - Thanks for the link.
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Re: The Beginner's Guide to Sex in the Afterlife

Postby really? » 28 Mar 2011, 21:02

NinjaPuppy wrote:I don't have a clue wtf a 'poe' is and I couldn't even find anything by Googlin'. I do know about Llewellen Publishing however. They publish a whole slew of New Age and alternate religion, magick, etc. books. I have many of their books in my personal library.

Now as for this particular publication... Geeze, you mean to tell me that there's sex after death? I can't even use THAT as an excuse?

Is there no justice in this world or the next for that matter?


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