Sensuality and Sexuality lets get mindful about it

Sensuality and sexuality explained more how they work in union and separately. Mindfulness to sexuality and sensuality by a favorite writer Paulo Coelho
Sensuality can connect us to this primal nature, as it connects with our memory system in the brain and activates associations we have made with sex. On the other hand, sensuality can also stand alone. We can be sensual in the way we move and interact with our day. From being grounded in the body and walking in a way that we are in full awareness of the sensation of the air against our face, the pressure of the bottom of our feet to the earth, the caress of our own skin. We can experience so much pleasure in the mundane tasks when we connect with our feeling body. And when we practice this state of being, we find and practice the experience of passion.
Now, sexuality can exist without sensuality and the practice of passion, but why would we want to do that? Sexuality without sensuality is simply the physiological responses of our body. We may experience pleasure, but it would be less optimal and more drive based to fulfill an internal pressure. We can even make our quickies become more amplified by our presence and senses.
Now let’s consider sensuality and passion as a practice, shall we? “Anyone who is observant, who discovers the person they have always dreamed of, knows that sexual energy comes into play before sex even takes place. The greatest pleasure isn’t sex, but the passion with which it is practiced. When the passion is intense, then sex joins in to complete the dance, but it is never the principal aim.” ~ Paulo Coelho

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