if sexuality is part of that framing process, all the better
some choose to include this, some choose to run away from it
. . . this explains (in part) why some religions embrace sacred sexuality while others do everything in their (limited) power to suppress it
. . . and deny the legitimacy of equating sexuality and spiritual "harmony"
there is no absolute yes/no as to how people must express this energy in their lives
many people want strict rules -- largely out of fear
and this fear is "planted" in their heads by collective social constructs, which have been absorbed in some way by the masses and "re-packaged" in a wild on/off touch/don't touch do-si-do
however, consciousness is "blurry"
so too experience
so too sexual experience
. . . all things natural are largely in line with spirituality
it is man's "desire" to do "better than the Creator"
that typically throws things "off course"
and this off course rush leads to disharmony (dis-ease) within the mind
and, as a result, within the body