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Could Sex Heal Sexual Trauma?

Since new confounding quantum research shows that memories are stored holographically within the body, sexual trauma victims are likely to experience a sort of unconscious PTSD reaction when touched in an intimate way.

Flashing back to a moment when they were abused and become associated into a negative state. This usually happens outside of the victim’s conscious awareness, leaving them confused and often with a feeling of shame.

Trauma can cause our memory processing system to malfunction, which is detrimental if the victim is in a new, genuinely loving and safe relationship because the victim usually will not be able to understand what specifically is causing the discomfort, irritability or stress during sex.

Could sex heal sexual trauma has always been a question?

The popular book “The body keeps the score” tells us that during traumatic events, the memories of those events become fragmented and lodged within our bodies/neurology and when these memories are triggered unconsciously (without awareness) via stimulus, either a feeling, a sound, a smell a certain phrase or even visually – it can be incredibly overwhelming and the victim may develop coping mechanisms that suppress emotions and physical sensation which result in dissociation of the body.



Dissociation from the body feels like a heavy numbness where the person is not able to identify or interpret subtle, dynamic sensations, making it hard to feel fully alive, maintain proper self-care, physically & mentally and it can often make it hard for them to trust and effectively engage with other people. 

Now, the good news is, since memories of events are linked to the body neurologically through a specific stimulus, we can then override or in other words collapse negative associations with positive ones. It’s a simple process but needs repetition & patience for effectiveness.

I can speak from experience. When triggered during intimate moments, the most useful and powerful thing one can do, is to stay associated. 

Meaning, to remain within the body. Take long deep breathes to calm oneself and to remain in the moment. Talk yourself out of negative association by compassionately explaining to yourself what is actually happening to you.

For example if you are feeling overwhelmed or stressed, remind yourself that you’re in the safe loving hands of your partner who is there to please you, satisfy you, and help you feel good. Thoughts come and go and it’s inevitable for victims to remember back to a time of abuse during intimate encounters.

The process of overriding these negative triggers when faced with them is to consistently collapse them using the power of your thinking.

Meaning to switch your thoughts into those of your most positive and favoured pleasant memories. Positive memory association in conjunction with manual masturbation is an easy and effective way for victims to reconnect with the wondrous pleasures of sex.

It’s important to mention that some use sex as a tool for self harm and this association technique should only be done with self or with a long-term trusted partner who has background knowledge of the trauma. 

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