Sex and Your Soul

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sex-soul…intimacy means more than sex…. You are intimate when you are fully with another, no matter what.
Neale Donald Walsch

After reading that title, you’re probably asking yourself, “What on earth do sex and my soul have to do with each other?”

Good question.


The myth of sex

Among the greatest myths you have been taught about humans is the myth of sex.

Sex, except under very limited circumstances, is a sin. Or, at minimum, a deviation from the “right” path you’re supposed to be following.

The myth of sex is different from the reality

And yet, sex is the opposite of all that. Of course, we mean sex properly perceived and properly used.

Nothing God (or Goddess or the Universe, etc. — insert whatever word you prefer) created is evil or sinful. That includes your physical bodies and sex.

So where does Love come into all this?

Of course, everything you do in this lifetime is supposed to be done with love. Love is what you are truly seeking—nothing else.

Love is who God is. Love is who you are.

The experience of sex, combined with true love, can be—as you might say—“mind-blowing.” But not, perhaps, for the reason you think.

Beyond sex

Yes, sex provides physical pleasure. But, beyond that, it provides the “pleasure of union,” as we like to call it. Union with your human partner. Also union with your divine partner — call that God, Goddess, spirit. The words don’t matter.

Union and re-union

What does matter is the union—or, more appropriately, the re-union.

In that re-union you will find you are one with your partner, with God or Goddess, and with All That Is.

Sex is simply a tool, if you will, for remembering who you are, for reconnecting with your soul.

That is the link between sex and your soul.


In this short video, Deepak Chopra answers the question, “Is sexual energy the same as spiritual energy?”

Copyright © 2019 by John Cali

Many of us grew up believing sexual energy and spiritual energy were total opposites. Sex, except under certain, limited conditions, was considered a “sin.” We were taught that particular “sin” was a one-way ticket to hell.

What were your experiences as a youngster, compared with your experiences now?

Please share your thoughts with us in the comments below.


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8 Responses

  1. Jean Horn

    When you are one with another your mind expands opening up avenues that seem hidden.
    Sex allows you to let be , let go and be within your sacred moment.

    Besides all that, physically, it’s fun, its joyful and relaxing .

    love and hugs

  2. Tracy

    My mom was raised in a Catholic orphanage, ran by nuns. I think that says it all on how she was taught! As an adult, though, she found Spiritualism and Channeling and raised my siblings and I to be open-minded and all-accepting. Which I’m very grateful for!
    I tend to mention my Mom a lot in my comments here, but that’s because she was my greatest teacher.

    • John Cali

      I understand. I also was raised Catholic, and was taught by nuns (and priests). I can see why she was your greatest teacher.

  3. Tracy

    I’ve never felt that sex was a sin. It wasn’t until I was in my early 30’s, though, that I began to link sexual and spiritual energy together. And now, in my early 50’s, it’s even moreso! I believe that’s part of the reason I’ve been single for the past 7 years. As we grow older, it does become more of a spiritual re-union, with more meaning.
    I had an experience about 10 years ago, where I looked into my partner’s eyes and saw his true spirit, his soul. His eyes turned into miniature galaxies, full of tiny stars. Hard to explain, but I’ll never forget it!
    Wonderful topic! Love and light to you!

    • John Cali

      You’re fortunate, Tracy. Most of us in my generation grew up with the twisted idea that sex was somehow dirty and sinful. I agree the older we grow, sex does indeed become a spiritual experience.

      What a beautiful experience you describe with your partner 10 years ago! That is what sex–and all our earthly experiences–were meant to be.

      Love and light to you also, dear!

  4. Patricia Nolan Stein

    Beautifully expressed. Thank you for sharing this wisdom.

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