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Eros Calls Us Back Home

Published May, 2024

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The Erotic is our undoing because that is precisely its aim. If we accept it honestly, our conditioning dissolves incrementally. It does not aim to bring us into the etheric, disembodied, pristine purity. Although Eros will happily enter those realms, it aims for the blood and bones of our human condition.

— Eros brings us to our true nature through the visceral process of birth and embodiment. —

This is what we mean by incarnation. Once here, we recognize all things are already whole and perfect.

Activation through Eros

By turning our power up and allowing Eros to flow through us, we purify and dissolve the unconscious conditioning that has become impacted inside us and has blocked our dynamism and fluidity. It brings us to the involuntary—the activation of our nervous system where we laugh, cry, blush, salivate, and become sexually aroused. Eros is the “more” we are all looking for, but it works in mysterious ways. 

— It gives us more by having us exchange excess for quality. It is a state of intelligent abandon where we feel ourselves as authentically and unapologetically human. —

Escaping Performance

The Erotic mind is able to escape the performative world and its endless rumination about the past, present, and future by being with it. 

— Eros maintains an insistence for the incontrovertible, undeniable, and precisely intimate experience of the here and now. —

It’s why many seek the thrill of life-or-death experiences, the discipline of practice, or the obsession that can accompany sex. When we make it to the door of Eros, called in by yearning and desire, we discover it was Eros calling us back home all along.

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Related Sutras:

Sutra 61 | Eros Seeks for the Total Expression Of Life

Sutra 75 | Casting Out and Returning

Sutra 78 | An Experiential Path, Not Renunciation

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