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39 Magic Affirmations for Incredible Sex

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Have you ever utilized the power of positive affirmations?

Some say you can reach any goal, including improving your sex life, with positive thinking. Though we believe some things are out of reach no matter what you do, positive affirmations can help you with what is within reach.

After years of empirical research, we believe all areas of life, including your sex life, are greatly impacted by your present and past life experiences. Your personal timing and destiny (the same thing as fate) reflects your past and present.

The good news is that although a lot in your life is predestined, you have free will to make the most of your destiny with your thoughts, within the boundaries of your fate.

If you’d like to improve your sex life, you can use affirmations to your advantage.

However, it’s helpful to first realize that thoughts are affected by beliefs, and everyone’s beliefs of sex are tainted by two major influences:

1) Subconscious past life memories of bad experiences with sex
2) Society’s oppressive view that sex, unless within a marriage, is dirty or wrong

Once you acknowledge these influences, they’re easier to overcome or at least work around.

Below are 39 magic affirmations for incredible sex. Pick one and focus on it for a week or more. Then try another. Your subconscious mind will accept them if you repeat them often enough.

Note: subliminal MP3s or affirmations work whether you use “you” or “I.” But, ”you” can be more effective if you are skeptical or don’t yet believe the affirmations, and ”I” can work better if you don’t like following direction. Repetition will help conquer either hurdle.

Note: We are advocates of safe sex, especially if you are single or aren’t 100% certain your partner is always 100% faithful, and recommend this important affirmation: My health is important, thus safe sex is required for me.

1) I am passionate about expanding my sexual knowledge.

2) The immense universe of sexual pleasure is mine to explore.

3) I have the capability to become an incredible lover.

4) It’s a turn-on to bring pleasure to my partner.

5) I choose to focus on sexual pleasure instead of specific acts.

6) I enjoy sexual spontaneity and creativity.

7) I love my body and the ways it brings my partner and me pleasure.

8) I enjoy sex more when I relax and connect with my body.

9) I forget about having to perform and instead focus on what feels good.

10) I’m confident I can bring out the best in my partner and myself.

11) I let go of comparisons and focus on the pleasure in my body and being present.

12) I enjoy the moment and release expectations.

13) I savor the euphoric feeling of letting go.

14) I have more control when I’m present in my body.

15) Exploring a partner’s pleasure gives me great pleasure.

16) I slow down and relish every moment of sexual pleasure.

17) I’m letting go of the past and discovering the ecstasy of being a confident and sexual person.

18) It’s okay to express my feelings.

19) I’m choosing to create a satisfying sex life.

20) I love to communicate with my partner about what turns us on.

21) I enjoy experimenting with what my partner wants.

22) I forget about performing and savor the pleasure of being with my partner.

23) I respect myself as I enjoy every moment of sexual exploration.

24) I open to the sexual flow with my partner.

25) Sexual pleasure is my prerogative and I’m ready to go for it.

26) I now perceive sex as a healing, natural, and caring act.

27) I am responsible for my orgasm.

28) I feel more sexual pleasure when I let go.

29) My vulnerability is part of my power.

30) I breathe, relax and open to pleasure.

31) As I accept myself more, I become more desirable and attractive.

32) My body is the ultimate pleasure temple.

33) I’m feeling the power of my sexual glow.

34) I’m letting go and letting my sexual energy flow.

35) I’m honest and direct and communicate what I need.

36) I’m saying yes to sexual pleasure.

37) Great sex is important for my health and well-being.

38) My sexual desire is healthy and natural.

39) Exploring my sexual pleasure is my right.

Now that you’re aware how your thoughts impact your reality, you can use these affirmations for incredible sex.

These affirmations and more are included in the Incredible Sex Soundless Subliminal™ Just press “play” and let this powerful MP3 do all the work!  https://spiritualgrowthnow.com/subliminals/

Copyright © 2016 Stephen Petullo, Scott Petullo

Sex Not Spiritual?

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Some people are surprised when they discover that along with our other spiritual products and services, we offer hypnosis and subliminal audios for better sex. Their idea of a spiritual lifestyle may mirror that of modern-day monks, nuns, and priests, so they can’t fathom how sex would fit into the picture. A spiritual lifestyle to them does not, and should not, include sex.

For others, sex is an important part of their spirituality. For example, they may use tantric sex to connect with their partner on levels that go beyond just the physical. Personally, we feel that if you’re incarnated on this planet, you may as well enjoy it to the fullest, and that includes (responsible, honest, and safe) sexual expression.

But it’s not surprising many feel that sex is not spiritual or feel conscious or subconscious shame, guilt, or fear associated with it when you consider the influence of many organized religions’ doctrine.

Traditional religious leaders have a long history of preaching that sex, outside of marriage, is “bad,” “sinful” or “wrong.” These beliefs originate from puritanical times when sex was not supposed to be enjoyed, even within a marriage.

Through past life regression research, we’ve found present-day negative unconscious feelings and emotions about sex can sometimes result from living one or more lifetimes of being punished for sex or otherwise having a unfortunate experience with it.

A 21 year-old acquaintance of ours, whom we’ll call “Sam,” reflects this dynamic. He told us recently that he doesn’t want to have sex until he gets married because he feels it’s dangerous and he’d rather wait for the love of his life. While this might be an admirable position to some, we refrained from telling him the love of one’s life sometimes doesn’t arrive until much later in life, and that he may be denying himself some potentially invaluable experiences.

Sam was raised by very religious parents and his outlook on sex has certainly been influenced by their fear-based views. However, he seems to feel an unusual amount of fear about casual sex. While meditating, we spontaneously perceived what may have been Sam’s most recent past life in which he, or the body his soul was incarnated into at the time, died in 1984 of AIDS contracted through promiscuous sex. Because of that, it’s certainly understandable why Sam would have the intense subconscious drive to want to be (more) careful (this time).

Unfortunately, we also perceive Sam as someone who would be much more comfortable with sexual variety. He’ll try to tame that desire and will likely succeed temporarily, but as we’ve seen happen before many, many times with others in similar situations, eventually the repression may result in unhealthy, even destructive expression.

Because of this, whether or not abstinence is truly spiritual, we believe, is debatable.

Others seem to have a very free-spirited attitude about sex. They don’t understand why a bare breast, a thong at the beach, or a sexually open relationship, for example, causes so much commotion. It’s very possible that these non-conformists experienced lifetimes in past cultures where sex or public nudity was not considered “bad” or “dirty” but simply natural, fun, creative, and a major part of their happy lives.

What about karma, fate, free will, and sex, you ask? Based on our empirical research, one’s sexuality and what is largely experienced in relation to it does appear to be karmic and predestined. But since you also have free will in conjunction with your personal fate, sex is as spiritual as you choose it to be. As long as you are acting responsibly, safely, and honestly, and you are not hurting yourself or anyone else in the process, you are not creating any negative karma.

Copyright © 2008 Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo