3 Reasons Why I Will Never Watch Porn Again

Hit the ‘play’ button, arouse the passion and enjoy! You’re in the sex dreamland, high on the waves… or so it seems.

How do we actually benefit from the porn industry? It only makes us crave more and more of that reality-like production. And yet no matter how much porn you watch, you only ever remain only an observer, a watcher.

Maybe it’s time for me to switch from ‘us’ to ‘me’ because I have had also watched pornography — more than a little, in fact. I had my share of licentiousness – straight, gay, whatever. But porn didn’t enrich me at all. On the contrary — it made me an addict. I still appeared to be a decent girl, but I was hooked. There goes rule #1: appearance is misleading! Remember it the next time you see your best friend’s little sister, thinking to yourself how innocent she is. Wrong! Everybody has watched porn, and nine times out of 10, people who deny it are lying. (I agree that there are exceptions but they are very rare.)

For a couple of years I’d been a slave to steamy sex scenes accessible freely on the Internet, fighting hard to stop this bad habit of mine. There were even times when I deluded and calmed myself thinking it’s not that bad for my growth and progress. But since I actually stopped watching any sexual content-oriented videos (for going on 6 months now) I can firmly say that I feel so much better.

Here’s why I decided never to watch porn again:

1. The porn industry is fake.

Actors only simulate orgasm — it’s their job and they get paid for it. For example: a lot of the so-called ‘gay actors’ are gay only on screen while in their lives they remain pretty straight (gay for pay). There’s also no intimacy and real connection in porn, just mechanical sex. If you think pornography is real, then why would you ever even need a partner? Porn tries to frame itself as being better than the real thing, but human beings need touch; we can’t survive on looking alone.

2. There’s an lluminati order at work.

Call me a conspiracy nerd but I have this feeling and I firmly believe that a circle of powerful people tries to keep us subordinate to them with all means, including pornography. They are using our weaknesses to poison our lives with all other ‘sins’ like violence, murders, thefts, madness, etc.

If you don’t believe me take a look for instance at the non-pornographic movie industry. The directors and producers are very aware you came only to see the 2-3 minutes super hot scene between Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis in Black Swan and you don’t give a damn about the rest of the film. But the rest of the movie has to do with personality splitting, depressions anxiety, flitting of feathers, biting tongues, and self-harm. Downright uplifting to one’s soul and spirit!

Once a colleague of mine told me that he sometimes only watches movies because of a particular scene lasting no longer than a few minutes. And I think we all know what kind of scene he meant.

3. Porn is unspiritual

It loosens one’s will and determination by adding a new kind of addiction in one’s life. Between smoking, drinking, drugs, sex addiction — and now porn and the Internet. Everybody’s hooked on their Facebook and Twitter. Where’s the world going to?Watching porn is unspiritual in every possible way. If one is far away from TV, radio and all social media, one really has the opportunity to explode one’s mind and imagination. Yes, I mean explode — set free and let go. In tantric scriptures, it is said that we should manifest our passions by unleashing them and facing them. The process in which they gather energy and grow to a point of materialization when Kundalini awakens is what is called “exploding”. Besides, if modern science is right, our minds are a miniature holographic universe. This means nobody needs to watch porn – it is already in our minds, we only have to explode it.

You are better.

What good is watching other people’s fantasies when you can enjoy visualizing your own? They will surely suit you better – they’ll be more interesting, inspiring and exciting to you. And you will keep your independence while exploring your mind. TC mark

featured image – Lovelace

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