The Spaciousness of Questions

A Good Question Can Feel Oh So Spacious

Have any of you ever noticed how wonderful it can feel to ask a question and not rush in with an answer? The absolute joy of “not knowing.”

I have really been noticing this lately with “problems” that arise. Instead of trying to rush in to “fix” the problem, I’ve been trying to hold open a space for the question to be answered in a different way. And I’m seeing some pretty amazing miracles.

“What you leave as vacant, God will fill.” – A Course in Miracles

That’s why I’m in no hurry to answer the question that we’ve all posed here about egoless sex …..


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  1. personally, i have experienced the (sexual) bliss of release so profound that the knowingness of being not just one with the creator, but the actual creative source – it’s not something i can get to everyday …

    i think also that this is part of the appeal in group sex-the egolessness of sharing the ecstatic experience

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