THE CEREMONY OF OPEN SEXUALITY by Cathy D. Slaght
I’ve been reading Madonna’s life story, and must say in certain areas have gained some respect for her. For example, she is remarkably self- disciplined.
So, last night I planned for today- everything I wanted to get accomplished was scheduled in 30 minute increments. This is one of Madonna’s habits, and it’s led to her being a billionaire.
But this morning, after the first 30 minutes, I felt trapped, stressed. Don’t know exactly why, maybe I just need a little more spontaneity. We’re all so different.
I also learned that what contributed to Madonna’s immense drive was that she wanted to leave a big impact on the world.
Obviously, she did. Part of her legacy is that she encouraged many to focus their life on their sexuality, and to believe that sex was just sport and play. Also, she taught it wasn’t necessary to take responsibility for anything that happened when you acted on your sexual urges.
But this type of thinking can do a lot of damage- physical, mental, emotional, spiritual- especially to women.
It’s imprinted into LITTLE GIRLS by the entertainment industry. The names may vary over the years, but the message being sent doesn’t.
What if it was never intended for us to make sex it a focal point of our life, have as many partners as possible, etc.? What if it distracted people from their true purpose, fragmented their power to create the life they desire?
Judgment is an extremely low voltage- so let’s not judge anyone in the entertainment industry.
But maybe some critical thinking would be in order.
Here’s the group scan, again with focus on immune system, etheric, not physical
Tomorrow we’ll begin to work with liver-related stress.
Cathy D. Slaght