Ever had that burning urge to spill a secret? Oh, goodie. You're in for a treat. You see, relationships are fundamentally about energy. Yes, the sweet whispers of love and the tantalizing dance of desire are all different beats of the same rhythm. Let's call women the bucket (needing filling) and men the nozzle (doing the filling).
Feeling like you're dragging a brick in your bucket or the nozzle's gone dry? Relax, darlings, we're here to break the chains and unleash your love energy. Keep your eyes glued, it's about to get steamy.
Imagine being a man as having a robust, ever-ready gas tank. This beastly beauty gets filled with various forms of emotional energy, eagerly waiting to roar into action. But what energy, you ask?
There's the everyday stuff, the heady cocktail of love, and finally, the intoxicating sexual energy. Here's the juicy part: every moment, every interaction gets powered by these energies. Imagine a consistent love energy keeping you in a delightful "in love" haze, adding that perfect zest to your romance. Delicious, isn't it?
Consider the everyday stuff as 'Regular' – it's the fuel most of us use. Men tend to fill their tanks with this energy, derived from all sorts of emotions, even negative ones. So, when they release this energy, the anger or sadness doesn't last long, unless they don't have an outlet. That's the secret behind their short-lived bouts of fury or gloom. Beware, ladies, if you're receiving too much of this, you might just be the dumping ground for his emotional waste.
Then we have 'Plus' – our beloved love energy. It's like filling up your luxury car with the good stuff. Love keeps the bucket brimming, needing frequent refills, and let's face it, who doesn't like a bit of pampering?
Lastly, we have the 'Premium' – the potent sexual energy. It's the jet fuel of the energy world, meant for high-octane bursts of passion. But remember, it's short-lived, perfect for sprints, not marathons.
Remember when you first fell in love? Your fuel tanks were probably mixing love and sexual energy. He was convincing you that you're a luxury car, worthy of the Plus energy. And with time, he began releasing sexual energy as well, leading to that intoxicating blend of love and lust that kick-starts most relationships.
But there's a fine balance here, loves. Sex before love can disrupt the flow. Timing is crucial. It's like trying to put the cart before the horse – it just doesn't work.
Fast forward to the wedding bells. Her bucket's overflowing with love, but she's craving more intimacy. For him, intimacy translates to sexual energy. If this energy isn't released, it finds alternative outlets – porn, extramarital affairs, you know the drill.
Our great-great-grandmothers knew how to navigate these waters. They directed this potent energy towards a man's goal, allowing him to achieve it. This redirectionis the alchemical transmutation of sex. And because her bucket was already overflowing with love, she could self-sustain, fill her own needs. A woman's strength lies in her self-sufficiency, a fact sometimes overshadowed by the male need to fill.
Now comes the head-scratcher: why do men find smaller buckets to fill, or women settle for men who barely keep their bucket full? Stay tuned, loves. The next post in this tantalizing series promises some eye-opening insights.
Remember, loves, always be fuching selfish, allowing your radiant happiness to inspire others.