hello lovelies ☼
i decided to create this account so i have an anonymous platform to post the poetry i love to write & hopefully inspire those who take the time to skim through my page, like you!
my purpose in life is to help guide others. to share the love & open up doors that those who settle in the dark never knew existed. as much as i love to spread positivity, there will also be depressing poetry. this is a place of healing, & a place to discover you are not alone. i hope i put your indescribable feelings into words.
disclaimer: a majority of pictures will not be mine & i will make sure to make that known on pics that aren’t
but enjoy this picture i took at the river down the street & enjoy the rest of your day while you’re at it 🌻
⠀⠀Last week, @ForiaWellness explored the notion of a core erotic theme, as introduced by Jack Morin in The Erotic Mind.
⠀⠀Core erotic themes are intelligent, subconscious responses to the emotional climate we encountered during our formative years. They are threads that reoccur as our sexuality develops and expresses itself throughout our lives. The things that turn us on may seem strange or unrelated to our lives outside of sex but chances are, if you dig deep enough they have some relevance and connection to things you desire, want to heal, or qualities that need your attention.
⠀⠀Try this: Think back on your peak sexual experience(s), the unforgettable moments where you remember feeling the most turned-on. It may be a situation that involved sex, although some peak encounters don’t. Other encounters are completely visual and no clothing is removed. What about that experience stands out to you? Do you notice a pattern where this particular aspect had significance in other peak sexual experiences or sexual fantasies? Can you think of why this aspect appeals to you? Does it make you feel desired, worshipped, devious, in control, submissive, powerful, or something else?
⠀⠀It is through pinpointing these feelings that you will identify underlying themes in your most arousing turn-ons. Share your thoughts below!
Exercise via @BetterSexEd