The psychologist Carl Jung wrote:
“We cannot change anything until we accept it. Condemnation does not liberate. It oppresses. What you resist not only persists, but will grow in size.”
This quote by Jung is as valid today as it was in the day it was written.
Although this principle can have many implications, today we consider it in relation sexual energy.
By not fully accepting sexual energy you may think that you are making your life easier.
After all, you can avoid rejection and awkward situations.
Yet, it’s actually much worse.
Resisting sexual energy will only push it down so it can be manifested in a different way. Usually a lot worse for you.
Think of it like this:
It’s perfectly normal to feel sexual energy whenever you see or interact with someone who is attractive.
That’s part of the normal working of the human body and energetic system.
What should happen is a smooth and pleasant flow of energy inside of you.
If you were to interact with this attractive individual, you would naturally be at your best attractive self with your voice, eyes, touch projecting sexual energy.
What happens with those less successful in dating, is either a repression of the whole flow of sexual energy (so they don’t feel or avoid feeling sexual energy) or a repression of its projection. They may feel it inside, but can’t push it to the outside.
They are both bad.
Because, by repressing sexual energy, this energy which was generated will need to find a different outlet for its manifestation. In fact, according to Jung, not only will it persist, but it will grow in size.
Hence, becoming more powerful.
The problem is that, if you don’t have any energy training, you won’t have any control as to where the energy goes or what will it do.
And the outcome may not be what you desire.
It can be manifested as anxiety, or several psychosomatic disorders. It unavoidably ends up screwing up with your own mindset and psychology.
Isn’t it a lot easier to simply allow the sexual energy to move and flow as it should? Without repressing it or trying to hide it?