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Porn Farewell

Porn Farewell. Success stories, anyone, on overcoming a fondness for pornography?

Porn Farewell. Why isn’t porn simply good, clean fun? (As in “Horny boys will be boys.”)

Because the pornography industry has progressed far beyond the era of Playboy-under-the-mattress.

RES can help you: Either help you to lose the porn habit. Or help you to recognize porn addiction in others.

Today, millions of good people are into pornography, and enjoying it. Nonetheless, that easy thrill isn’t helping them with emotional growth, or with spiritual evolution. Consequently, many are feeling trapped. They’d like to stop using porn. Only they need more help than “willpower” to overcome a serious porn habit.

Today’s blog post informs you about a resource that involves “Really Effective Skills.” Maybe you can benefit from my experience helping others to stop using porn.

Imagine. What if you could look back on this year as a turning point in your personal growth?

What if this could be your year of “Porn, be gone.”

Porn Farewell. Because Pornography Is Like Junk Food

Sure, it can be addictive. All those cute-and-colorful chips. Or the crazy-yummy cookies.

Fact is, junk food doesn’t just happen to be tasty. It’s engineered — in pretty sinister ways — to get us hooked.

And the same for pornography. Of course there’s big money in both types of addictive product. Pornography is one of the biggest moneymakers on the internet. No doubt you knew that….

Recently we’ve had a lively discussion at this porn-related post.  Not only did we discuss the scope of this problem. We talked solutions.

As HARRY wrote in Comment #76:

I think it has become an epidemic around the world. It’s become popular in most every society and it’s incredibly easy to find, even if you’re not looking for it.

In later comments, he continued:

I think many porn users deserve compassion. As they don’t necessarily know the damage they’re causing themselves and their partners….

I use to use porn myself but was able to stop in part with help from RES sessions.

Porn Farewell. RES Can Help to Support the Choice to Stop Viewing Porn

Getting over a pornography habit can be one of the great achievements of a person’s life. In my experience, getting over this kind of addiction can even help a person move toward Enlightenment.

You see, I’ve had quite a few clients where we teamed up to move out STUFF that drove the fondness for porn. (Also move out STUFF related to other problems with sex, for that matter.)

I like that HARRY acknowledged that sessions of RES Energy HEALING helped him in part. Exactly right! As he noted, RES can help to support a person’s choice to stop using porn.

Porn Farewell, How?

Here’s a short list of Healing Centerpieces that I’ve used to help clients dump their porn habit:

  1. Removing Psychic Coercion
  2. Cutting Cords of Attachment
  3. Astral Virus Shutdown
  4. Spirit Removal
  5. Soul Retrieval and Validation
  6. Vibrational Re-Positioning®
  7. Blessing of Light
  8. Causational Belief Transformation
  9. Causational Agreement Transformation
  10. Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis ®

I could go into more detail about additional RES skill sets. But you already get the idea. Plenty of RES skill sets can help a client to end a porn addiction.

Luckily, if you become my client, relax. It won’t be your job as to choose a Healing Centerpiece. Simply book your session. Then I’ll use my professional skills to co-create energy HEALING.

BTW, in case you’ve tried other energy healers... Or you’ve worked with psychics… Or you’ve gone the route of psychotherapy

You do know that RES is an entirely different approach, right? One indication is my 10 trademarked systems. Do you think it’s easy to obtain legal trademarks from the United States Patent and Trademark Office? Hardly!

Some of you RES clients may wish to comment below on the impact of sessions for you. What has helped you to get over porn? Or you to get over the lover who couldn’t get over porn?

When commenting on this controversial topic, feel free to use a pseudonym. Type that into the first line of your first comment in the series. Your friendly — and discreet — blog monitor will take care of the rest.

Sometimes Porn Farewell Can Mean “Dump the Lover.”

Turning out to Be the Best Way to Move Forward in Your Love Life

Acknowledging and admitting that your lover has a porn addiction? That can be so hard to do.

Just look for the comments here from CONSTANCE. Most moving to me was this reaction, after I’d given her perspective on how an ex treated her. CONSTANCE wrote:

And thank you especially for this, in comment 69: When telling you just a bit about his addiction to pornography, your ex-lover LIED.

Yikes, I had not been aware of that!

Of course, the nuanced skills of RES Energy READING can make a huge difference. Recognizing the truth of what’s going on, for starters.

Following that? RES Energy HEALING sessions can help, too.

In Case You’re Wondering…

Sometimes I can help a couple to stay together. Helping the porn user to stop. And helping the partner of the ex-porn user to forgive old angers, release old fears… And start again, in a relationship that can become stronger than ever.

Other sexual problems can be helped by RES sessions, of course. Problems too numerous and sometimes too blush-worthy to mention here! Suffice it to say, STUFF can always, always, always be healed.

Disclaimer: Rose Rosetree is not a sex therapist. No more than I’m an addictions counselor. Or a mental health professional, a physician, or a dentist. (Threw in dentist to see if your eyes were glazing over. 😉 )

Here’s the deal: RES helps people to grow emotionally and spiritually. Using distinctive energy healing skills that work now, in the Age of Awakening. That’s all we do, we RES Experts. That’s all. And that’s plenty.

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  1. 1
    Ana says:

    It is understandable that with so many single people, porn would become so popular… it’s a vicious cycle with so many other factors.

    So many people are living in consciousness lifestyles like Spiritual Addiction or Extreme Spiritual Addiction. But even as a person lives like a spirit (or group of spirits) in their own life, the human body survives. And has a sex drive. It’s no wonder culture and society are so sexually maladjusted.

  2. 2
    Ana says:

    I have never liked porn much myself, however I would still watch it semi-regularly. It is definitely addictive.

    Years ago I had a cord of attachment cut to a porn star in one of my “favorite” videos. The main thing I remember is that I was giving her loads of energy through the cord. Like an energetic version of being a sugar momma/daddy.

  3. 3
    Ana says:

    Consciously I never would have guessed this was going on, but it really made sense.

    Come to think of it, I don’t think I watched porn much after that.

  4. 4
    Danielle says:

    So here’s the story. I’m in session with Rose. I’m telling her how my old boyfriend Joe hurt my feelings.

    She said “What? He said what?” You see, at first I didn’t think my tale of woe had anything to do with porn, but it did.

  5. 5
    Danielle says:

    Joe is my ex. Lately we’ve had some conversations related to work.

    This time he re-appeared by texting me. I thought it was fun. He asked how my cat was doing. Then he told me how he was doing. Sweet!

  6. 6
    Danielle says:

    Next, thing, out of nowhere he texts me. Um, how can I put this? He asked about my behavior while having an orgasm.

    He asked it like a question. Like, “Do you still do that thing during sex?”

  7. 7
    Danielle says:

    It was surprising, but kind of flirty. And yet it hurt my feelings, too.

    And I didn’t know exactly how to answer. I texted him back whatever, ignoring that question. The conversation continued a while longer.

  8. 8
    Danielle says:

    So I managed to get through with it, but it bothered me. When I described it to Rose, she made it into a bigger deal than I thought it was.

    At first, anyway.

  9. 9
    Danielle says:

    What I thought was a little weird struck Rose as very weird. Soon I was telling her about how I knew he was into porn. Maybe that explained it.

    I’ve watched my share of porn, although not as much as Joe. From porn I’m used to having a normal situation quickly turning into a hot conversation and then some action.

  10. 10
    Danielle says:

    Long story short, thanks to that session, I’m more apt to think, “Is that appropriate behavior?” Even, “Is he acting like he’s in a porn movie, and I’m supposed to be in it with him?”

    That’s a game I’m not willing to play any more. Thanks, Rose.

  11. 11
    Constance says:

    Danielle, thank you so much for this in comment 9:

    From porn I’m used to having a normal situation quickly turning into a hot conversation and then some action.

    It was very educating for me to read that. It definitely clarified for me where my ex was coming from.

  12. 12

    Thanks, all, for your comments. Now here’s a question to you — and also to all who commented at “Pornography News Flash“– and also to all of you who have seen pornographic movies or gone to strip clubs.

    What are some of the weird characteristics that you come to take for granted. Or even cut-and-paste onto reality when you aren’t watching porn?

  13. 13

    So far, thanks to DANIELLE, we’ve considered how a perfectly normal conversation could quickly pivot into a sexual conversation.

    Here’s another example. In porn, are there camera angles that begin normally and then focus on a certain actor’s certain body part? And then as a result you might find yourself doing something similar, checking out a date?

  14. 14

    Actually, I’d like to turn this topic into a three-part survey: How tricks of the porn trade are being normalized into everyday behavior. And what we can do to call out this inappropriate kind of behavior.

    #1. What is one of the weird characteristics?
    #2. How could it turn into a behavior with another person, a trick learned from porn, as it were.
    #3. And what could you train yourself to do differently, refusing to normalize that icky behavior.

  15. 15

    Example A.

    #1. Porn makes it seem normal to go from an ordinary conversation into sex talk.
    #2. You’re texting a friend and that friend slips in a text about what you do when having an orgasm.
    #3. “How inappropriate!” you exclaim. “If you do that again, I’m ending this conversation.”

  16. 16

    Example B.

    #1. Porn makes it seem normal to go from looking at your date to boldly, fixedly, and unrepentantly staring at the zipper on your date’s jeans.

  17. 17

    #2. You’re on a date in New York, taking the Staten Island Ferry, when your date gives a prolonged, eager stare at your jeans’ zipper. Maybe also licking his lips. 😉

    #3. “Stop staring at me like that,” you say. “What’s wrong with you? Don’t you have any manners? And if you ever stare at me that way again while we’re in public, I’ll end our visit immediately.”

  18. 18

    Got the idea, Blog-Buddies? Let’s give a name to this game. I’ll think I’ll call it: “Training Porn Viewers that You Won’t Be in Their Movie.

    And, come to think of it, you can definitely participate… even if like me, you’ve never seen a porn movie. Let’s have some fun with this, immunizing us all to certain kinds of inappropriate behavior that may have become pretty common today.

  19. 19
    Mel says:

    This discussion has really inspired me to question the things I have “learned” from entertainment media. Oftentimes the conventions of these formats aren’t designed to be accurate or helpful to our lives, they just exist to serve the specific purposes of the creators.

    Sometimes that purpose is as simple as: it grabs attention within a short visual format. Imagine going off of that as some kind of deeper truth about what we really want out of our relationships or what we’re supposed to care about.

  20. 20

    Very astute, MEL. Thank you.

  21. 21
    Veronica says:

    I’m a little embarrassed to write on this topic. Nobody else has, though. In case it might be helpful, here goes.

    Guys pressuring gals to have anal sex? I think that’s a porn thing.

  22. 22
    Veronica says:

    Just one example, I’m thinking of a guy I used to date exclusively for a couple of years. Joe!

    He watched porn. He made no secret of this. One time when we were together he asked me to have anal sex. I said no.

  23. 23
    Veronica says:

    I said no because guys had asked me to do it before and I didn’t like it.

    So I said no to Joe. Apparently in the porn movies he watched, anal sex was common. Also apparently the porn stars never said no.

  24. 24
    Veronica says:

    Based on his reaction, I was a prude. Also, I must not love him.

    “Don’t you trust me?” he asked. Then he looked at me with puppy dog eyes.

  25. 25
    Veronica says:

    For days afterward, he punished me. He’d glare at me.

    Like, “Not agreeing to anal sex, you’re being so mean.” As if, by saying no, “You’ve insulted me.”

  26. 26
    Veronica says:

    I’d really, really like to be in a love relationship where the man doesn’t expect me to consent to whatever he wants, and especially what he has learned to expect from watching porn!!!!!!!!!!

  27. 27

    VERONICA, I think it was brave of you to speak up here. Seems to me, if it’s a relationship with consensual sex, then your “no” means “no.” Non-negotiable!

    I wonder if watching porn videos might train some men to expect their dates to behave more like porn actresses or even prostitutes. Of course, one major difference is that sex workers get paid!

  28. 28
    Zaybe says:

    Veronica, how awful to have experienced that!

    Your and Rose’s comments reminded me of a TV programme I watched some time back, featuring women who were either porn actresses or got paid to do ‘phone sex.’

  29. 29
    Zaybe says:

    At first, the women were full of bravado, I remember the phone sex woman was a student who loved the fact that she made such easy money which enabled her to live a lavish lifestyle even though she was a student.

    She didn’t see a problem with what she was doing at all

  30. 30
    Zaybe says:

    But by the end of the programme (which tracked her over the course of a year or so), she confessed that she found it incredibly difficult to ever imagine being in a relationship with a man, and that her ‘easy work’ had basically put her off ‘all men,’ because she could now only see them as people phoning up for virtual sex, nothing more.

    How sad!

  31. 31

    ZAYBE, thank you so much for sharing this teaching tale. Part of the appeal of porn entertainment is that it doesn’t appear to bring consequences.

    By contrast, whatever we do with our sex lives — and our free will — does bring consequences.

  32. 32

    Reading your comments, ZAYBE, I particularly thought about a theme we often circle back to at this blog: For everything we enjoy in life, one way or another, we’re going to have to pay the price.

    That phone sex worker probably didn’t know about STUFF getting stuck in her aura, such as all her cords of attachment to customers. (For specifics at the link just supplied, scroll down to the crimson box.)

  33. 33

    Nor did she think about how her actions involved her causationally. That is, enmeshing her in prostitution-related themes in collective consciousness.

    Strengthening the allure of humanity’s “oldest profession.” Such as, unwittingly, adding to the momentum for people to accept porn-related behavior, and prostitution. In our personal lives, we sure don’t have to accept involvement in that.

  34. 34

    Also, binding her consciousness to the full allure of porn as “wonderful.”

    Even if much of that theme involves countless lifetimes of tragedy, exploitation, deceit, etc. Hardly wonderful at all, long term! In short, by our choices, we can get involved in big themes like the Prostitution Theme in Collective Consciousness.

  35. 35

    One more point, inspired by brave VERONICA and perceptive ZAYBE. About a relatively new idea in collective consciousness. Maybe the interview subjects in that show you heard, ZAYBE, thought they were healing themselves or others by “coming clean” and “sharing.”

    Granted, some education was conveyed. Which is a good thing.

  36. 36

    Unfortunately, many people don’t understand that STUFF of various kinds gets stuck in our auras. And therefore, no amount of earnest confessions (or grandiose victim tales) will budge a bit of that STUFF.

    I just mention this because today “sharing tales of redemption from sinners” is widely believed to have religious value. Oh, I sure don’t think so!

  37. 37

    And it’s also widely believed to be psychologically healing.

    Oh, Blog-Buddies… these are big themes in collective consciousness, especially dating from back in the New Age Years, at the tail end of the old Age of Faith. But don’t believe in this for a minute, not if you’re smart.

  38. 38

    These tales leave souvenirs in your aura, like gross thought forms and icky cords of attachment. Compounding everyone’s STUFF, actually!

    Of course, you can learn to use RES skills of self-healing to clean yourself up from time to time. (Also noteworthy: You can’t get cords of attachment to people via blog comments.)

  39. 39
    Diana says:

    I’m thinking about how that idea that we don’t heal just through sharing, it’s a popular idea especially right now in Canada where the federal government has made it a priority to reconcile with Indigenous people and all that happened to them.

    There are lots of inquiries and stories being shared but you are right the stuff remains.

  40. 40
    Constance says:

    From comment 34: Also, binding her consciousness to the full allure of porn as “wonderful.”

    What a poignant reminder as to how the choices we make in this life bind us to certain themes in collective consciousness!

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