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    It has been in my belief for a very long time that the human when engaging in a sexual act is unconsciously motivated to get back into the womb.

    The reason being; I can only imagine that the greatest comfort an individual has is when being inside of the womb.

    This carries on into adult life as a residual memory that, while unknown to the individual, creates a desire for sexual intercourse.


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    wth iv read a lot of your posts and not trying to insult you but you have fairly strange idea's i mean i agree that some things are passed on from a early age and become part of who we are as an adult but the disire to have sex doesent come from being in the womb it come from well...people needing to reproduce to survive its instenctive... :?


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    = ) its o.k. the only thing I can respond with is this; in this world can you tell me, with a straight face, that people know everything; could there be new ideas which are presented to the world based on observation.

    I am not claiming to be right I am claiming to have thought.



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    Quote Originally Posted by numb3rs
    wth iv read a lot of your posts and not trying to insult you but you have fairly strange idea's i mean i agree that some things are passed on from a early age and become part of who we are as an adult but the disire to have sex doesent come from being in the womb it come from well...people needing to reproduce to survive its instenctive... :?
    Sex isn't just a means for reproduction.

    We are more than just bodies.

    Blimey, durex and the pill wouldn't have been invented!

    Sex is also a loving and sacred act between two people (or three or four depending on your fancy)

    When you love someone, you have a desire to unite with them, become one with them, devour them or whatever your terminology, actually people feeling the impulse to actually 'eat' or 'consume' their partner is quite common!
    This isn't always because we want babies. It has a much higher purpose as well.

    It's absorbing ones self into another and losing the boundaries of the self.

    This occurs also when we practice our hobbies and passions and become 'absorbed'. This is also the aim of the type of meditation of becoming 'one with the universe'. You lose a sense of boundary of where you exist.

    You can make love with more than just other people. You can actually make love and fuse with the whole universe.

    Actually Schizo is not wrong about his theory of returning to the womb.

    There is lots of literature about this, and i will dig it out and quote some sources if anyone is interested.

    It is basically a desire to return to the mother and a wish to be back into the safety and comfort of the womb, but there are many other levels to this interpretation.

    P.s Schizo - better to be lost inside your own mind than somebody else's.
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    That is interesting; I had not known there was literature on the subject. If you could please let me know of some of the pieces I would be interested in looking it up and seeing what other minds have to say about it.

    Thank you.... = )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schizo
    That is interesting; I had not known there was literature on the subject. If you could please let me know of some of the pieces I would be interested in looking it up and seeing what other minds have to say about it.

    Thank you.... = )
    Freud etc.
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    Yes i was going to lead you onto Freud

    Simone De Beauvoir has a lot to say about the subject too.

    Sorry i am bogged down with work at the mo, but tomorrow i will be free! (yipee! only for a while )

    So i will point some closer sources out and give you some quotes

    As well as some other references

    Return of the Goddess by Edward C.Whitmont is an interesting read also along the lines of this subject
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