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Energy Passion Self-Regulation Mindfulness Energy Passion Self-Regulation Mindfulness
  • Energy
  • Passion
  • Self-Regulation
  • Mindfulness

Passion is the main source of your strength, energy, emotional uplift, and mental clarity.

Your natural creativity feeds on erotic dreams and fantasies and develops through bringing them to life.

You are at the peak of your sexual activity and need to freely express your desires with partners through sexual experimentation and admiration from others.

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Meet your primary strength

You are always working so hard, trying to stand out and win the others over. It seems so exhausting! You regularly run out of juice, and recovery takes quite a while. The time has come to take care of your body and see how well you enjoy your pleasure (maybe through masturbation or with a caring partner). This will help you assess the situation and inspire you to change your life and have more joy!

Such a loss of energy can shock you, sometimes making it impossible for you to experience pleasure or even leading to illness. To recover and be back “in the saddle” again, you need time and/or special care from your partner. You may have to choose between keeping the “show” going as planned, that is, to continue engaging, managing the processes, and even maintaining your sexual activities, and actually enjoying what’s going on! Unfortunately, you’ve managed to pretty much get used to such a state of things and now see the energy drain as a natural occurrence. This is dangerous for your sex life in that you may unconsciously begin to avoid sexual relations, seeing them as too exhausting, and justify it with certain reasons of morality, all while also judging your more erotically active partners.

Relying on some moral authority, you act as if from a sense of duty. In sex, this can mean some kind of compulsion, i.e., following sexual obligations without desire. You may feel undervalued by partners but tend to take it as a matter of course.

Feeling blissful

Bliss and joy of life – that’s your motto! You know how to enjoy sex and the world around you, and orgasm has become your shining beacon guide from the very first time. You instantly pick up the signs of arousal and know how to get your pleasure. Your imagination helps you create perfect moments of passion. Health and sexual desire become the crucial indicators of your wellbeing.

Onward to joyful adventures!

When, where and with whom to have fun?

Your thoughts revolve around these questions! You are forever looking for the perfect occasions to flirt, going to parties and meeting new people. Never forgetting about comfortable places to have sex, you find that new places only ignite your desire!

In your own eyes, you are magnificent if

You are fabulous when you feel sexually attractive. When the people you like notice and pay attention to you, it fills you with confidence and lifts your spirits. You consider this “slightly charged” emotional upsurge normal and want to keep it up in your daily life.

Why not start every morning with flight and freedom? If you rarely get to feel like this, it can cause frustration and a desire to drastically change something – find a new partner, alter the situation, move, or change jobs.

A boring life is not for you!

The beacon flickers on and off

You may be going through tough times these days, which takes an emotional and physical toll on you. Sometimes you feel overwhelmed and not in the mood for sex, but if you find the right and passionate partner, everything may change in a blink of an eye. But you are not in a hurry to look for them because you believe it is not that easy. Sex can take a lot of energy from you, and you may need time to recover.

As a partner, you may be vulnerable, so at times, you try to fake your emotions to save your face. But internally, you don’t really want to hide your feelings. At such moments, your mood may take a nosedive, but don’t worry – this too shall pass. If you would like to continue having sex, try looking for ways to arouse and satisfy yourself to cheer yourself up.

Failing is not sexy

Your unhappiness with yourself because of a supposedly low job performance or weakness undermines your self-confidence and the sense of being sexually attractive. You have begun to get used to the constant energy drain and living with fatigue. Sometimes, the topic of sex can even annoy you, and the state of your health or lack of energy can fill you with fear and uncertainty. It seems that your inner high standards and, possibly, external circumstances and environment demand that you do the impossible. Sensuality, beauty, sex, and desire may seem like the “vestiges of the happy past,” mere memories…

Your strict inner judge, social conditions, or someone’s external authority do not allow you to turn the situation in your favor. Feeling like you’re giving in to life’s relentless demands can be poisonous, and at such times you may even deny yourself all joy and pleasure, not seeing friends, ignoring lovers, and not even masturbating. It’s like a naughty child being punished by an angry and tired parent who, having gotten pissed off at work, now takes it out on the kid for absolutely no reason. You use this mechanism to push and force yourself into doing what you must, all the while forbidding yourself any enjoyment.

Moral standards and obligations

It looks like you may have consciously or unconsciously adopted a strict moral code and accepted the obligations that may restrain you in your relationships with other people. Perhaps you have contemplated and harshly judged your own sexual expressions, or, conversely, your environment and life experiences have shaped your worldview.

You may feel obligated to do various things for others, or “to atone for sins,” even if you don’t feel guilty. You may perceive your part in the sexual satisfaction of others as “work” that does not receive due recognition from your partners. You do it well, but you get neither reciprocity nor full pleasure from sex.

Strengths parties:

  • Vibrant sexual self-expression and allure.
  • Willingness to plunge into sexual escapades headfirst, with dramatic intensity, on the verge of despair.
  • Following established traditions and time-tested principles that come from a significant person in your life, even if it requires effort and takes a lot of energy. Potentially, serving your partner for the sake of these principles. Voluntary self-sacrifice.
  • Great endurance and staying power, the ability to support someone else’s “projects” for a long time as they correspond to the desires and needs of your sexual partners.

Vulnerable parties:

  • A tendency towards self-centeredness, fixating solely on your own pleasure in the course of your sexual adventures.
  • At times, negative outlook on everything that has to do with sex, up to revulsion and impotence/frigidity.
  • Potential confusion regarding the management of personal resources: physical health, finances, and time.
  • Belittlement of your own sexual experiences, detachment in sex, and unexpressed grief.


You are exactly where you need to be!
You pursue a free and independent lifestyle that embraces not only your sex life but also your work and life strategy. Use your ability to feel aroused and channel it for maximum pleasure.

Continue to listen to yourself and express your feelings. Your forte is your senses, your emotions, and your ability to let them out. It’s like a one-person show where the audience comes to watch a great actor perform. Don’t worry if your style isn’t perfect for everyone. What’s important is that they come, listen to you, and appreciate you. Develop your mastery and enjoy it along with others.

Listen to yourself, make a choice, and stay with it
Sometimes you feel that your self-expression and excessive arousal exhaust you, and that your health and work consume so much energy and attention that you can no longer make the best decisions.

When that happens, every time you face discomfort, challenge, or obstacle, try stopping for 10 seconds and ask yourself: which option is better? And when you have made your choice, simply state the fact that you have made a decision. It is important to understand that the very fact that a choice has been made, that you have gained clarity, will help you feel better. Gradually, you will get the hang of making decisions based on your desires and needs, which will help you do and get what you actually want.

March towards new horizons!
Whenever you choose a new direction in life, two things happen: new people take notice, while some of your old acquaintances may not approve.

Your brilliance and uniqueness can be useful even to those who do not deserve it and are not ready to help you achieve your desires. That said, in such an environment, you will not have the support and approval you need to move forward effectively. Are you ready to part ways with those who use you and find those who will accept you for who you really are? Then follow your decisions, and test their validity in practice, even if it may be dicey. Your risk will only be justified if you are honest with yourself and take reality seriously. Allow yourself to enjoy following your impulses and name each of them out loud. This way, you will quickly realize where your desires are leading you and will be able to better plot your course among like-minded people and avoid those you dislike. To find out what you really want and with whom to travel this path, you will need lots of courage.

Listen to Your Body with Those Who Don't Listen to You...
When you are vulnerable, it is vital to learn to listen, first of all, to your body's reactions and not to the advice of the figures of authority, even if they seem experienced and more knowledgeable.

This applies to sex as much as to ordinary business or life tasks. Make it a habit to catch your breath, sit or stand comfortably, and move around as soon as you feel uncomfortable – give yourself a few minutes before returning to a conversation or interaction with a partner. Bodily balance and decent health are a good sign that you should stay with a person.

If you are pressured, judged, or for some other reason feel lost and confused in the presence of another person, use your right to shift your body or attention, step aside, break the contact, and return to the conversation when you have regained your balance. Otherwise, you face a severe energy drain, especially if this authority figure is your sexual partner, close relative, or colleague.

Exercise, showers, or a few squats will help you reconnect with your body when in the presence of the world’s know-it-alls, “commanding officers,” or influential people. These demigods have no right to completely control you. Take care of yourself!

The power of feedback
After you've helped or made other people happy, take the time to find out how they feel. Ask your partner if they enjoyed their time in bed with you. Was what you did enjoyable?

You can ask questions not only with words, but also with a look, a smile, or a gesture. It is important to create a pause in your conversation, shifting from a discussion of work issues to caresses and flirting. You know how important your contribution is; don’t dwell on things that often go unnoticed. Add these pauses to find out what brings you more pleasure. This is the time when others will be able to express their appreciation of your care or otherwise react in their own manner. Their responses may be unexpected because you are not used to receiving quality feedback. But over time, your partners will learn to thank you for what you do.

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