Profligacy … by Alice ..

Filmed on 18 May 2017

  • Video by Alice
  • Summary of the Video
    • Wanting to Be Popular; Ego Fears; Threat Mitigation
    • On Facing One’s Fears

Dear Ones,

Here is a video about profligacy. There’s a Summary after the video; text not in the video is in blue font

VIDEO BY ALICE

SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO

Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.

I came across a thought, today, about the reason why people behave profligate sexually sometimes. This applies both to what’s known in psychological terms as nymphomania in women, and satyriasis in men.

Wanting to Be Popular; Ego Fears; Threat Mitigation

I used to think it might have to do with wanting to be popular with one’s ingroup. But I think, in a deeper sense, it has to do with fear; fear of threat to the ego, fear of threat to the very existence, because of the existence of other people. And I think that, in a very deep, subconscious sense, at the lowest levels of the subconscious mind, the thought is that, by sharing sexual intimacy with other people, the threat is mitigated.

On Facing One’s Fears

So: Threat Mitigation … And the solution to that would be to face the fears. To face the fears of ego dissolution. To just face fear in general, as it manifests in the physical body. That’s the quickest way to eliminate fear; is to see how it manifests in the physical; place your awareness there, and wait until the physical body changes.

That’s my thought on this. I think it applies overall, to many cultures today, because in general, sexual profligacy, which used to be termed, in psychological lingo, an abnormality, is prevalent amongst many of our young people.

All right, you all, take care. Have a wonderful Summer Solstice.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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profligacy, polyamory, nymphomania, satyriasis, ego fears, threat energy, threat mitigation, wanting to be popular, psychology, psychiatry, social issues, ego,

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