Welcome to Psychopathia Sexualis - 1
Hello! I am Sexe D'Amour and I am delighted to welcome you to Psychopathia Sexualis, the ongoing therapy of clients suffering from, or indulging in the pleasurable sexual deviations of, as the case may be. Do you find yourself appalled by the sexual bonds and lashes from the whip, or are you thrilled and excited to the point of salivating, lustful moans to the leather straps and the flow of sweet sexual fluids? While two people experience the sexual encounter in differring ways, one must ask what is deviate sexual behavior? The biting of an ear, the velvet tongue sliding on a clitorial hood, or staring through your neighbors open window as they give you a view you know they desire to give? Who is the victim! Ha!
From my client cases we will explore your hidden corners of lustful sexual experiences, wants, and encounters. Soon you to will come to realize that there is no such thing as deviate sex, only degrees of lust and desires leading to eventual fulfillments. While sexual encounters may exhibit degrees of pain and suffering, I would caution that no sexual relation should result in harm to another person. Sometimes that harm is psychological and requires more than a bandaid as we shall see.
My studies of Freud should have acknowledged the fact early on in my career that I one day would bring mercy apon the couch of many misunderstood clients setting themselves free from their sexual chains. Animal lust is a very potent tool of release, and we will explore this in the depths where need be. And so return to enjoy discovering yourself among the case files I will present. When you are taken by sexual excitement you will know there are crevasses to explore in your subconscious mind. Should you deny your pleasures, or milk them slowly. We shall see.
Posted at 11:32 pm by Sexedamour
The study of sex is not complete without the workings of Freud, a master I am sure of the couch.
Sigmund Freud (1865-1939) revolutionized the study of dreams with his work "The Interpretation Of Dreams". Freud began to analyze dreams in order to understand aspects of personality as they relate to pathology. He believed that nothing we did occurred by chance; every action and thought is motivated by our unconscious at some level. In order to live in a civilized society, we tend to repress our urges and impulses. But these urges and impulses have a way of coming to the surface in disguised forms. It has to be released.
Freud understood the symbolic nature of dreams and believed dreams were a direct connect to our unconscious. Because your guard is down during sleep, your unconscious has the opportunity to act out and express its hidden desires. Freud was preoccupied with sexual content in dreams. He believed that every long slender or elongated objects (knife, represented the phalllus, while any cavity or receptacle (bowl, caves, etc) denotes the female genitalia.
The 5 Stages of Personality Development:
Freud believed that there were 5 stages in the formation of your personality.
If needs are not satisfied during this stage, one goes through life trying to meet them. Smoking, eating and drinking are seen as oral fixations. Recurring dreams and the feeling of incompleteness and unmet needs are common dreams.
2. Anal/ Potty Training
If not handled properly or if child is traumatized, then one might become anal retentive, controlling, rigid or develop obsessive compulsive behaviors. Dreams of being out of control or trying to keep things in order are common.
Personality is fully developed by this stage. This stage is classified by the Oedipus and Electra Complexes. The Oedipus represents a male child's love for his mother and the fear/jealousy towards his father. The Electra is the female version where the female child has anger toward her mother and exhibits "penis envy".
Freud believed that the motivating force of a dream, is wish fulfillment. Dreams may be a way to gratify oral fixations not fully met during the oral stage of Freud's personality formation. Or issues of power and control or struggles with love may manifest in dreams. Thoughts repressed during the day also have a way of being fulfilled in your dreams. Freud believed that every imagery and symbol that appears in a dream have a sexual connotation. Anxiety dreams were seen as a sign of repressed sexual impulses.
In keeping with the Freudian school of thought, it may also be helpful to use free association as a way to derive the significance and meaning for a particular dream symbol.
There are many critics on Freud's take on dreams. Freud lived in a sexually repressed Victorian era. His preoccupation with sexual imagery may therefore been a product of the times, the culture or his own relationship/conflict with sex.
Posted at 9:11 pm by Sexedamour