Introduction to “M” Meditations

Vitruvian Man, 1492, Leonardo DaVinci’s sketch of a naked man.I see masturbation, not as something to struggle against, but a gift of God to be enjoyed. Not something to be resisted, but a delight to be embraced. When your sexual cycle comes to it’s peak – be it every 24 or 48 hours – and if you are not married, or your spouse is unavailable, see the urge to self stimulation as a blessing, not a curse. Thank God for the privilege and the pleasure of enjoying the gift of the delightful sensations God has given you.

If masturbation is indeed a wonderful gift from God, a provision whereby men and women can enjoy both the pleasure and release of stimulation and orgasm, then it is appropriate to celebrate that gift, both in action, and in thought. And it is appropriate to thank God for it, and rejoice in the experience, both while doing it, and at other times as well. If you haven’t done so yet, the next time you are masturbating, thank God for the pleasure that comes with each stroke, or caress. Focus on the mounting pleasure, and when you orgasm, let it be a moment of communion with the God who designed your body to experience such physical joy.

I like to also celebrate God’s gift of solo sex by doing research and careful reflection on the topic, and writing. If you have read the writings accessed from the home page, you already know my personal Theology of Masturbation. In this section of the Christians and Solo Sex website I want to further share with you both information and inspiration in the form of short meditations concerning this wonderful gift.

This wonderful gift we are free to . . .




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