I am quite fascinated with Greek Mythology and with the healing modalities of the different mythical Gods and Goddesses.  I have found that one of the most powerful ways to heal myself is through programming my dreams with the many different powerful healing energies of the mythical Gods and Goddesses.  When I want to work on my  love life through my dreams, I program my dreams with Eros, the God of romantic and erotic love.  Healing through Reiki and through meditation is also another powerful way that we can heal through the energies of the mythical Gods and Goddesses.

In the very beginning of  my meditation journeys (before even my dream journeys) , I became fascinated by the healing powers of the different mythical Gods & Goddesses.  Eros came to me one day when I  called Goddess Aphrodite into my meditation. During my meditation, Eros made his presence known. I had no idea who Eros was at the time, but his name and his image came to me as clear as day. After my meditation, I googled Eros. I discovered that he was the Greek God of  Romantic Love and Erotic Love and Passion . He came to me in my meditation as a very sensual and sexual male with a giant and powerful presence. As an adult, Eros is represented as a tall man with an athletic build who personifies beauty in every way. During my meditation, he talked to me about the I AM PRESENCE within me. He gave me an affirmation: I AM LOVE, JOY, ECSTACY AND BEAUTY .  For this reason, he is my favorite Greek God along with his brother, Anteros, the Greek God of mutual and requited love.

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It is our divine right to feel and experience deep lust, passion and fullfullment of all our desires.

I realize how important Eros is in modern times. In a world where the subject of love, intimacy and sexuality is no longer taboo, men and women need to appreciate that part of themselves and to know that it is God’s will for us to be fulfilled emotionally and sexually. After all, God wants us to have sex as much as we do. For baby boomers growing up, it was considered taboo to even talk about sex or to even enjoy sex. So the beliefs of our parents and grandparents were passed down through generation and unfortunately many people carry sexual guilt and blockages and fear of intimacy within heart, mind, body and soul and within their chakras.  Now in what is considered modern times, it is no longer considered taboo to exercise our freedom of sexual expression. There are many different ways of expressing our sexuality. Some people choose monogamous relationships and others choose polyamory relationships or even swinging. Swinging and polyamory are not what I would choose for myself, but I believe in live and let live. Tantra for couples has now become quite popular and quite acceptable in this day and age. There is no right or wrong way to express your sexuality AS LONG AS YOUR ARE NOT HURTING ANYONE IN THE PROCESS.

 Eros means sexual passion, lust, arousal, gratification and fulfillment in Greek Mythology. The origin of the word came from the mythical God Eros. The word erotic comes from his name. Even in ancient times, his quality of love was thought to be spiritual as well as physical, and was generally believed to be the deity who caused the love of beauty, healing, freedom, and many other good things as well as the love between people. Eros was the son of Aphrodite, and he is known as the God of Love, Passion and Desire.  He is one of the most beautiful and worshiped amongst all Gods and is represented in all forms of art.Eros was also the God of fertility. His brother was Anteros, the God of mutual love, who was sometimes described as his opponent.

 In Roman Mythology, Eros was known as Cupid, and his mother was known as Venus.The ancient Romans often depicted Cupid as a winged child or baby who carried a bow and quiver full of arrows. 

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