I’ve been heavily reading books on the Pleiadian teachings these days, in part for the research of my first novel, and in part because this resonates with me.
My most recent read was Bringers of the Dawn, by Barbara Marciniak who has been channeling the Pleiadians since 1988.
As odd as it all sounds, this book ended up being more centered around finding ourselves, understanding ourselves, and coming into ourselves more than it was Pleiadian teachings and ramblings.
But one part that really resonated with me was one of their last chapters, which focused on sexuality. This topic always comes up for me because I have much healing to do around it.
I have sexual anxiety and really tough barriers to overcome when it comes to having sex and enjoying it. I’m at a point in my life where sex frankly is not appealing to me at all because of the negative memories linked to my past experiences with sex.
Because of these past experiences, I have put up boundaries. Now, even the thought of sex makes my stomach churn.
The reason I know this isn’t a good thing is because our sexuality is linked to creativity. Human life is created through the act of sex; this is how we know this. As a creative person, I feel more connected to myself and my abilities as a creator when I am in touch with my sexuality and nurturing it.
But I know I haven’t been. I’ve been avoiding it altogether and if I do so for too long, I risk losing my creativity and motivation to be creative.
When we are open to accepting and embracing our sexuality, we will be amazed at the types of things we create and manifest in our lives. We are our most powerful creators.
By accepting and embracing our sexuality, we accept and embrace ourselves. We love ourselves in ways we desperately need.
Loving the self and embracing sexuality on a physical level is a whole other topic that can be discussed at great length but goes hand-in-hand with a secondary topic: how our sexuality can bring us to a higher state of consciousness.
By not allowing ourselves to embrace sexuality and own that it is a normal, healthy, and necessary part of ourselves, we are taking away from our spiritual connectedness. Taking this away from ourselves means we are also taking this away from our intimate relationships.
There are many who look at sexuality as sinful, repulsive, or for the pure sake of procreation. Barbara Marciniak and other spiritual masters are telling us there is more to it.
In an effort to try and explain this better, I have put together quotes from Barbara Marciniak’s book, Bringers of the Dawn, to explain why embracing our sexuality is important for connecting to our higher selves.
“Sexuality must come up for all of you, and, we will say from experience, it is the area that you are most frightened of at this time.”
“The sexual parts of the body are avenues to pleasure that create frequencies that heal and stimulate the body and potentially lead to its higher spiritual self. Sexuality is so misunderstood on this planet that, when it is exchanged between two persons, very seldom is there an intent to connect spiritually with it.”
“Many of you have used sexuality as a distraction and a way to avoid intimacy rather than develop it.”
“You begin to get energy and to look into one another’s eyes and to feel all hot and excited. Then, instead of exploring each other intimately and spiritually, you shut down your feeling centers, put on your armor, and have shallow, genital sex because it is too frightening and too intense to go the deeper routes of full body and full spiritual connection. Sometimes hot sex feels great and is wonderful. There is much more, and no one is keeping it from you except yourselves and the beliefs and fear you have of letting down your boundaries and walls.”
“The discovery of the highest frequency of sexuality arises from the love experience. It has nothing to do with relationships being either homosexual or heterosexual. It has to do with two human beings bringing pleasure to one another in a way that opens frequencies of consciousness.”
“It does not matter whether you bond with a member of the opposite sex or a member of your own sex. We are talking about two humans coming together by physically joining themselves in whatever ways are appropriate for them to join and create love because they are sharing love.
“When integrity and love are missing from a joining of human bodies, that is when human beings do not think well of the experience. This can create all kinds of damaging results within the physical body.”
“Sexuality is a key. It is a doorway to higher realms of consciousness.”
“When you love yourself and stop getting convoluted about the need to have someone else love you, you are able to accept what someone offers. It is imperative that you value yourself so that you do not settle for a love disguised.”
“The population must clear the negative connotations and judgments that have colored your sexual experience for eons. You must make peace with sex in order to integrate the frequencies and identity. Things have been manipulated and given a boundary of limitation so that the truth of sexuality has been kept from you. You have been told that you can procreate with it and have orgasms, but you have not been told that you can use it as a method of remembering who you are and altering the vibrational frequency of your body.”
“Vibrate in the love of self, honor the self, and understand that the journey here is about self-discovery in relationship to others. It is not just about husbands and wives. The journey here is about honoring your physical body and the uniqueness of the self as you touch the lives of many. Always allow yourself to work with the self and let the self evolve.”
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