The majority of people hate their bodies. They hate their sexed animal body. They hate their innate drives. They hate how little control they have over their bodies. They hate the difference between their minds and their bodies. They hate how they are judged for their bodies. They hate carrying a meat sack around.
Enlightenment so far has been thought of as mental, spiritual, out of body, higher, escaping physical reality, male. That is why no one has achieved a state of being akin to enlightenment or godliness. We are physical forms. The enlightenment is inward. It is physical, it is mastery of the mind to let the body be free. It is the mind that we must escape. The real enlightenment is bodily, female, real, present, grounded, euphoric in physical reality.
The biggest block and the foundational stone of the badly domesticated human is their denial of sex. The most fundamental element of existence, from microbes to monkeys, trees to humans, is reproduction. Sex. The only reason we exist, that anything exists is because of sex. Reproducing. It is the only reason to survive. Sex is why we eat, explore, move, think, problem solve, bond, form relationships and community. Sex is the essence of our survival. The uneven, unstable floor that the domestication of humans has been built on, is the denial of our sexed animal bodies. The denial of the priority of sex in the human experience and its importance in the very existence of everything. The biggest natural urges our bodies have evolved to experience and act on have to be suppressed.
People argue about what kind of sex should be ok and who partakes and consumes and the morals surrounding it all. But no one is checking to see if the basis of our assumptions, of what it is to be a sexed wild animal living in a domesticated world, is correct. People argue all day and night over what political system or party we should live under. But all those systems are built on the faulty foundation of sex denial. People argue about going to Mars, but any new civilization that does not address our animal nature as its core, will end up with all the same problems we have in any other civilization. People argue about how to teach school kids, but no one is arguing for re learning a more humane way of domesticating the sexed human animal, that prioritises understanding our physical and mental reality and how to best function in the world. We argue about what is culture and what we should be producing, but no one is creating a culture around connecting to and understanding the mind and body, or one’s physical reality.