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KOSHER SEX CREATING THE TIDAL WAVE
If the cogent meaning of Genesis 2:24 is an enigma to you or somewhat inconceivable, then try to adapt an allegiance of human behavior that will impress you to not only want to fathom, but to also experience what Boteach defines as Kosher Sex.
I seek to offer you a peek-a-boo and my feelings rather than an analysis of paralysis so one can see how it is possible to take the ordinary mundane out of your relationship. Within Judaism when we envisage a more innovative meaningful sanctified approach that will renew, stimulate and guide we mirror the possibilities of a loving lasting relationship which encompasses kosher sex.
Boteach is a Rabbi, a director and he is a frequent guest on radio and television. He is the author of a number of books including the Jewish Guide to Adultery and he lectures around the world on contemporary issues. His anecdotal genre is based on his experiences as well as actual experience of couples that he has counseled. His intended audience is not just Jews. This book is for Jews and non-Jews that would like to develop a lasting spiritual loving relationship and understand what is meant to fulfill that aspiration. Boteach says it is wisdom of passion and intimacy that takes one through the long haul. The focus and aim of this book is to encapsulate the notion of why we seek sex. It is not a physical pleasure but an emotional intimacy. Why Judaism? To discuss sex and relationship and determine the central
place it occupies within marriage and relationships.
The title does adequately encapsulate the message in the book. So, let me re-wind. Genesis 2:24 says, “Therefore shall a man leave his mother and father and cleave to his wife and they shall be one flesh”. Kosher sex takes that phrase to its proper level. Underlying the message to obtain union and intimacy in life and not just in the bedroom.
In the beginning Boteach takes the position of explication of his broken home and childhood being raised by a single parent, (hoping that one day they will be back together). Well my parents were still happily married until my dad past away in 2011. But I could relate to his pain and the damage that it does to children. My daughter was raised by me and she like Boteach can relate to each others scars.
Now lets fast forward where he defines a “total recall” stigmatization. In the chapter sex for single people he describes how our past sometime ruin our future. If we understand that memory is the essence of human personality…you could alter a person radically just by changing memory. Yes, the reality is everything we have ever learned or experienced is nothing but memory. So, we ponder on our past failures, trials and tribulations and close ourselves to real love and other possibilities. This in turns brings unwanted manifested baggage to our newest encounters.
He begins with lust and commitment moves onto sexual techniques and ends with kosher sex a recipe.
One can not be enthusiastic about relationships and love. Boteach utilizes a scenario in which a young man maintained his virginity until marriage. Eager to experience he asked his wife to perform oral sex. Unfortunately she thought the act itself was demeaning to her. Boteach grasp the bull by the horns as he takes a spin on what is expected of him in Judaism and counsels him on alleviating fears for both of them and comfortably moving forward. You may ask, what is required of a man in Judaism? Well, the Rabbi says, let me count the ways. A man must be able to fulfill his wife most pleasurable tidal wave. Yes an orgasm. So, but what does that mean for a man? Will he be happy and up for the challenge or fear of not fulfilling the so-called commandment.
For you to critically evaluate kosher sex you must evaluate your own experiences. Have you truly experienced carnal love that leads to knowledge and intimacy? I love that Boteach takes one out of Egypt again. He breaks bondage, free the soul and leads the path to the promise land.
The book appealed to me on an emotional and logical level. I am over 50 years old with one marriage and one divorce under my belt. Many individuals are at the stage in their life that they know what they want and don’t want in a relationship as well as marriage. It may help you put things in perspective moving forward. If you are single maybe it can shed light on dating as well. Don’t total recall, judging the past on the present. He counsels moderation as well as he takes us back to orthodox principles of sex by fax, having sex with a sheet in between and a hole in the sheet where permissible. Ironic and ludicrous you may say I found it humorous like Jean and Marc, (the couple in discussion). But in actuality flesh pressing against flesh, pelvic against pelvic is true intimacy. That is what must happen in order to experience and receive the desired effect of the tidal wave. Reiterating Genesis and feeling the power and emotion of having your skin and body cleave to his to become one.
What is extremely powerful is he touches on T.D. Jakes inspirational best-selling novel and Tyler Perry movie, Not Easily Broken. In this section he takes you back to Adam and Eve. He delineates how Adam had no use to anyone because the angels needed nothing that he could provide, they had everything. But Adam was lonely because he could not give. So God created Eve. One with flesh a heart and a need. Being needed makes one content.
Boteach is very successful in placing love, marriage, singles having sex and what it really means to you. It can help one put their love life in perspective on what you would like to achieve in a future relationship.
When evaluating themes motifs and style I rate Boteach A+. He without a doubt places kosher sex in a nutshell as a journey whose destination is a man and a woman who feel linked not only by the same home or other assets or children, but especially through the gratification and pleasure that is perpetual with them.
From a Jewish perspective it exemplifies a mission that will help stabilize Jewish families and to enhance love in a spiritual way. Kosher sex infuses your mind to make your relationship encounters meaningful. Nurturing being supportive and providing the synergy to create a difference in your love life is kosher sex.
There is nothing unsettled or unanswered because I concur with Boteach that kosher sex is:
Not measured during the lovemaking itself but the morning after when you can’t get your partner off your mind.
The principles of kosher sex reiterates that a man and a woman have been put on earth for each other as catalysts, conduits of energy. Creating a connection between heaven and earth and making a difference in each other lives. Kosher sex divine purpose is to complete each other, because as great as the desire for sex may be, the desire for intimacy is still greater.
IT IS THE BOND THAT PRODUCE KOSHER SEX.
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