Sex becomes a sacred act when you have two or more consenting adults agreeing to connect as an act of devotion and an expression of love.
Devotion to oneself and their desire to be deeply seen, heard and touched by another.
Devotion to another by creating and holding a beautiful space for that person to show up in their entirety to be deeply seen, heard and touched.
Devotion to the act itself. Devotion to sex as an expression of love.
Devotion to the sacredness of the engagement between consenting adults.
Devotion to shiva the masculine in each of us. Devotion to Shakti the feminine in each of us. Devotion to the Devine.
The sacredness is created by the way the consenting adults choose to engage and create the space.
The sacredness is not created by simply adhering to the boundaries, rules and social constructs that exist and tell us how it is or how it's supposed to be.
You choose how it needs to be for you. You choose how to create a sacred and beautiful space. You set your own boundaries with the people you are engaging with. Create a beautiful act of devotion and love.