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Sex, New Age “Healers” & Psychopathy: The Shadow of the New Age Sub-Culture

I haven’t wanted to write about this “out loud,” meaning I haven’t known how to talk with others outside my personal intimate circle about what happened to me some years ago.

I’ve written to my own self about it. In fact, I saved my own life by writing hundreds of pages, thousands of words about my soul-crushing experience of falling in love with someone who was beautiful, with a soft voice and the most intense personal radiance of anyone I’ve ever known. Sometimes light is blinding. And sometimes, due to processing experiences through the filter of our wounds and vulnerabilities, that light can seduce us away from that which is in darkness in our own selves.

In my Transformation 3 workshop, I teach about the characteristics of love and sex addiction. It’s rare that I meet or even work with someone who I might, from a clinical psychological perspective, diagnose as having those types of addictive compulsions. The reason I feel passionate about sharing this information with my students and clients is this: The compulsion to medicate inner emptiness with compulsive fantasies and the acting-out of those fantasies is a culture-wide problem. The inability to be truly intimate—emotionally—is epidemic. We live in a highly sexualized society: Children (especially little girls) are sexualized at an early age; men and women of all ages perceive their value based on

[NOTE: For some reason, my WordPress site sent out this unfinished draft of my blog article. I will finish writing the article soon, so please consider this the first installment! Best wishes, Luisa.]




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6 Responses to “Sex, New Age “Healers” & Psychopathy: The Shadow of the New Age Sub-Culture”

  1. Armand says:

    This is so important and so prevalent. thanks for getting this touchy information out to the public. As a former fantasy addict, I will do all I can to do the same.

  2. Luisa Kolker says:

    Thanks, Armand! I’m looking forward to writing the next installment of this article. There is so much to say, I’ll be challenged not to write an entire book on the subject.
    Love you,
    Luisa

  3. Sudeshna Sengupta says:

    “Sometimes light is blinding. And sometimes, due to processing experiences through the filter of our wounds and vulnerabilities, that light can seduce us away from that which is in darkness in our own selves.

    The compulsion to medicate inner emptiness with compulsive fantasies and the acting-out of those fantasies is a culture-wide problem. The inability to be truly intimate—emotionally—is epidemic.”

    Lovely, lovely, lovely — will be looking forward to reading he full article.

  4. Kara Lin says:

    You had me at ” I ”
    Can’t wait to read the next installment .
    I love you Luisa, you are my inspiration!!!

  5. kara lin says:

    Luisa,

    Just wondering if you have written more on this? The part about “inner emptiness” and addiction and compulsive ways of filling it
    is very interesting to me. I am looking to more of your perspective on this.

    In anticipation.
    Kara Lin

    • Luisa Kolker says:

      Hi Kara Lin,
      Yes, I WILL write more about this. I am finishing a long, new blog article (and chapter for my book) about paranormal phenomena and the human energy field right now. And then I will come back to this one.
      Thank you for your anticipation and for reminding and encouraging me to complete this blog article!!

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