Feminine Sensuality by Mariam Alizade

By Mariam Alizade

A passionately written and passion-arousing ebook that not just brings the male reader towards the everlasting female - the darkish quarter so dreaded by means of Freud - but in addition offers ladies readers extra belief of their female situation. 184 pages.

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At the same time, it confronts us with the subversion of the flesh—that is to say, with its revolutionary shock in a paradoxical dimension that is simultaneously close to biology and far from it. There are tremors that arise in the depths of the soma, from the first anchor-points of the erogenous body, interwoven with sensations and perceptions that advance from the roots of corporeality to reach the most complex strata of the human soul. The body, almost denuded of itself, drops its disguises and reveals, through living flesh, an ineffable enigma, and paths are plotted on its material aspect that do not follow an ordered linearity, nor a prolix and unmodifiable development.

We thus have envelopes that relieve, protect, and caress, and envelopes that suffocate, distress, destroy, intoxicate. Breaks, in their turn, can be harmful (damage, psychic wounds) or trophic, in that they constitute cuts that provide freedom from a rigid envelope or from reorganizing crises. The break in this latter case interrupts a pathological continuity. The world of the senses, affects, and ideas sketches, in the interaction between psyches, different types of envelope and different types of break.

I point out to her her rejection of milk. Immediately she tells me that she takes milk only as a remedy against acidity. ” This last phrase synthesizes Teresa’s image of herself. Alone, she hates herself and finds nothing healthy to recover. But we can also hear the demand for a “good-enough” body to help her to form an entire skin-ego, a malleable bag that will make her feel “comfortable in her skin” and allow her to have a healthy image of her inner self. Sensations, senses, erogeneity, and the body in its epidermic and orificial aspect are interwoven in this short fragment of the session.

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