We can only find fragments of it in folk traditions (with caution as most of these also only date back to the C19) and in magical visions and teachings.I believe that most of the 'native' cultures of the world will have had a sex magic tradition.An experienced, compassionate professional is available to provide counseling services by appointment (day and evening).(Please see website for other issues treated.)""Counseling is an opportunity for change!Sex magic, in my definition, is about connecting our energies with the energies of the land and learning to channel and direct them.We grow to experience directly that all energy is one; but that each channel, each manifestation, including ourselves, has its own unique flavour and shape.The quality of your relationship determines the quality of your life! Can't stop unhealthy patterns of behavior, alleviate the pain or stop the alcohol or drug use?
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