Love is Sex Is Love Is Sex Is Love Is Sex Is Love: A Dream by Janet Kira Lessin – June 21, 2011
Last night I dreamed I was writing an article on my computer entitled “Love is Sex Is Love Is Sex Is Love Is Sex Is Love.” The article explored the nature of love and its relationship with sex compounded with the definition of morality and what morality means to whom. Who is moral? Immoral? What is moral? Who creates morality? Who defines it? Mix it all up with religion and mores and values of our cultural conditioning. Add birth control, population control, conscious conception, procreation, abortion. The debate began.
While my head was spinning as we all were busy contemplating reality, along came ETs. They looked around the world far and wide for someone with a kind heart who could lead the planet. They found that person and surprise, surprise, it was I! I was the chosen one and soon I was made “Ruler of the World.” As Ruler I was expected to solve all the woes of the world. The ETs helped.
There were 6 mentors/guides for each human. Since there are almost 7 billion of us, there were 42 billion helpers. What a huge group effort. But the universe is vast, the Earth and her beings important, so they rallied around us for we are worthy of such love and attention. All assistants were ETs or from other dimensions and higher realms. We had 6 days to accumulate all the knowledge we gathered from all the people into a central database.
All humans of the age of understanding (basically all except newborns) were asked what made them happy, what do they want and like to do? Do they enjoy their relationships (sexual, family, work)? Was there anything wrong? Any improvements they’d like to see? Where would they live if they had a choice? What would their ideal homes or space look like.
These and many others, all kinds of personal questions were asked. All was entered in a giant database on a super computer, ready for the next phase.
Next a moratorium on all births was declared. All who were pregnant were allowed to come to full term. All others were temporarily sterilized until an evaluation could be made about the optimum population for each planet and the best population for each area on the planets. The rest of the planets in the solar system and even the galaxy were open for immigration. Those who wanted to breed and have numerous children could relocate.
All diseases including aging were eliminated. On Earth if you already reproduced yourself you could not have more children. When you reached the age of 18, you could apply for parent hood then go to parenting school and if you passed, could breed. If you wanted to breed and not raise the child you were matched with someone who wanted a child but could not breed or chose not to personally create a child. If you had multiple births, others who wanted children and could not have children or chose not to personally create a child could raise the extra child or children you produced. We realized that since we all were healed and basically physically immortal, we could no longer breed endlessly without destroying all.
All poisons, pollution were removed from land, sea, air. Safe ways of transport, like teleportation, time travel, gateways, stargates were created so travel from place to place was simple and safe. Highways were removed. Millions of miles of land were returned to nature.
Cities were more centralized with those who like to farm and be in nature trained and assigned to jobs like forest rangers, park rangers and farmers. All farms and all food was now natural, organic, safe and healthy. Since sex was primarily not used for procreation and all was known about every individual–likes and dislikes about people, sex, relationships, family, attractions, repulsions and more–people followed their hearts instead of programming and conditioning. All were given back their natural telepathic abilities so they now lived in a more transparent society. With transparency came honesty, authenticity, no more lies. Since there was no more sexual repression, violence faded away. There was no crime, hatred, racism, prejudice, war. ETs showed us the Universe is vast with endless intelligent races, species, life so prejudice proved to be silly.
We now only knew love. Money was eliminated. But in the interim we played with it. All were given $500,000 at the first of the year each year for a while. If you hadn’t spent it all, your account was simply returned to the $500k mark. All were given food, clothes, shelter, water, air, education, transportation, energy, interesting things to do. So we soon realized money was useless, had no meaning, no value, so we soon grew out of any need for it. It was a nice transition, very easy, smooth.
Religion seemed silly as the truth behind the history of it all was revealed. Fundamentalists could no longer inflict their beliefs on others for one persons rights ended were another began. Each was free, equal, men, women, children. All had free will, autonomy and were not limited by the families and cultures they were born into but could chose where and when to go. All practiced ahimsa (do no harm). Tantra, healing on all chakra levels, awakening kundalini, piercing the veil, reconnecting with GodSource and remembering who we really are as souls/spirits became the norm. We realized sex and spirit are one, love is the answer so the debate that started this whole dream was over.
We became enlightened, conscious, aware. We cared for each and every one of us. All were equally important, vital for the advancement of all of humanity and the totality of existence. Since we knew all were important, all genius, knowledge, information, ideas, imagination and wisdom from all ages was acknowledged and encouraged. Information freely flowed. All questions were instantly answered. Nothing was ever hidden. We wished, as a culture, to go beyond our current limitations so all we knew and all they (the other species) knew was openly shared.
Children were not circumcised nor mutilated for they were given free will and choice around their bodies and gender choice. At a certain point, perhaps 13 for the initial ritual and others at 18, 21, 30, 50 ,60, 100, a right of passage was initiated for each person honoring their lives and transition from childhood to adult and through life.
Since there were no more diseases nor accidental births, experimentation, especially sexual, was encouraged. As a result, humans reached new orgiastic heights and connected to GodSource and one another while embodied in third dimensional physical form. The revelations they had around sexuality, orgasm, energy, chakras, spirituality, interdimensional travel, astral, soul, spiritual travel expanded knowledge exponentially beyond any level previously imagined.
While there was still much more to behold, it was time so I returned to my boday. I awoke to the sound of the morning doves, my cat sweetly draped across my chest, purring softly. I’m sure more will be revealed again over time at night when my ego is put aside and I am open to receive more information from beyond, from my Higher Self and my Guides.
On a brisk Sunday morning in mid-January, Wayne Clayton arrives at work at Phoenix Goddess Temple wheeling a brown piece of luggage.
“These are all my healing tools,” he says.
Among them are a clear plastic bag stuffed with white latex gloves and a bottle of lubricant. He will use them later in one of his “trauma healing” sessions. But first, he’ll receive his own session with a temple “goddess” who calls herself Aphrodite. Clayton says it’s common for practitioners at Phoenix Goddess Temple to do sessions for each other. It helps “recharge energy” and maintains an all-important balance.
Practitioners at this self-styled church near 24th Street and Thomas Road say that what they do is sacred work to balance energy and heal people, and Clayton really seems to believe it — at least enough to let New Times watch two of his all-too-revealing sessions.
Clayton’s title is “touch healer.” He’s in his 50s, about 5-foot-8, heavyset, with glasses and salt-and-pepper hair. Aphrodite is one of about 14 women who work at the temple. Like the majority of the goddesses, she appears to be in her late 30s to early 40s. She’s tan, blond, and blue-eyed, with faint crow’s feet in the corners of her eyes. She says she conducts up to three sessions per day.
Just what is a “session,” you ask? Step into the “Persian Room” with Aphrodite and Clayton.
This room is light blue, with accents that include billowy white curtains tacked across the ceiling. Books by Persian poet Rumi adorn the end tables, and sounds drift from a boom box — mostly birds chirping, combined with the sound of a sitar. A stick of Nag Champa incense fills the room with an earthy, spicy smell.
Clayton gets butt-naked and belly-down on a massage table. Aphrodite runs her hands over his back, then takes off her sarong and drapes it over him. She’s wearing only a black G-string that reads “I O French .” She tells him she’s going to run the sarong across his body a few times, and each time, he should imagine some pain he’s had going away. She rubs coconut oil on him while saying things like, “We’re all deserving of pleasure.”
About 40 minutes into the session, Clayton turns over on his back. He doesn’t have an erection. Aphrodite proposes a prostate massage. She puts on a “finger condom” and inserts a finger into his anus, while simultaneously gripping and stroking his penis.
Five minutes of this, and Clayton’s whole body starts shaking. He lets out several loud moans, and Aphrodite cleans him up with a wet towel.
After he’s dressed, Clayton tries to explain his session from a spiritual perspective.
“The start with the sarong was awakening my skin,” he says. “We were developing a relationship, when I started to feel tingling sensations of yin-yang balance. Then she sent meridians up and down my spine to move internal energy better, and we had chakra-to-chakra contact.”
Aphrodite’s interpretation of what happened sounds less ethereal. She says what New Times witnessed is typically what she does in a session, but regarding the prostate massage, she says, “I don’t always do it. Some guys are uncomfortable or they’re already erect. Usually, once I rub my breasts on that area, it’s over. But if it’s a little limp, I’ll ask to do the prostate.”
“The prostate is a sacred male spot,” Clayton adds. “I had stuff there I needed to release.”
Phoenix Goddess Temple claims to offer “touch healing” to the sexually wounded and disenfranchised. But really, it appears to be nothing more than a New Age brothel practicing jack psychology techniques.
Licensed psychologists say the “healing” could be damaging, and legal experts
say the touching could be illegal. But the temple has been operating mostly trouble-free for almost three years and raking in an estimated $20,000 a month in “donations.”
Women at the temple take names like Magdalena, Shakti, and Devima. There’s also a high priestess named Gypsy, and a tall, lithe blonde named Leila, who advertises her measurements (36-26-37) on her page at the temple website, which includes photo galleries of each goddess.
The goddesses practice techniques that include genital touching for a “religious offering” of money that generally ranges from $204 to $650. Their advertisements go in the adult sections of local newspapers, including New Times, but Phoenix Goddess Temple founder Tracy Elise says the temple is not a brothel — it’s a church, and the services offered are religious rituals to enrich people’s lives.
The women at the temple have mostly male clients, while Wayne Clayton (one of the few male practitioners at the temple) works primarily with women, particularly the sexually abused. His form of “healing” work includes spanking and exploring “energy spots” inside vaginas and anuses. He has no license or certification in psychology, but says he offers an alternative approach to solving some of the same problems addressed in sex therapy.
Sex therapy is a relatively new field. Until the 1960s, sexual dysfunctions were generally treated with psychoanalysis. The pioneers of modern sex therapy, William Masters and Virginia Johnson, began doing laboratory observations at Washington University in St. Louis in 1957. They studied things like vaginal lubrication and orgasm, and established the “four stages of sexual response” (excitement, plateau, orgasm, resolution). Their early work advocated therapists as sex surrogates, a technique now shunned in licensed sex therapy.
Goddess Ninmah Comments:
Time to legalize prostitution. Whatever two (or more) consenting adults agree to do sexually is none of anyone else’s business. Look how many marry for money. Is that any different than having sex for money? Save the jail space and the time and money wasted in courts for real criminals. Cheaters will cheat whether it’s with a prostitute or their neighbor’s partner. So that’s really got nothing to do with it.
Prostitution alleviates sexual tension and the likelihood that sexual predators will prey on your son or daughter. Sexually free societies are less likely to be violent or war. Maybe that’s how we heal the planet. Make love, not war. More sex for everyone! We’re sexual beings and all deserve a little loving touch.