What is it about deeply hidden secrets?  

SecretKeeperr 48F
61 posts
4/19/2005 6:19 pm

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What is it about deeply hidden secrets?

In all my life, I cannot think of anything as tantalizing as the moment when naked vulnerability is exposed; secrets. For me to desire to share a private part of my inner self with another, is tantamount to a near orgasmic moment. It's that powerful. You see, I am an extremely private person. Sharing a secret is more difficult than exposing my body. One can cut themselves off of their physical self and encapsulate their pleasure form their need.

But secrets, hmmm.. once let out, into the open for another to inhale, embrace, reject, or judge, those are defining moments. It is through secrets shared, true intimacy is experienced. At least in my book.

I think there are many, men and women alike, who desire desperately to expose some hidden part, without fear of judgment or exposure to the masses. I cherish being entrusted with profound secrets. I am never shocked or offended, only in awe of the courage some have and their gentle willingness to risk the price of ego, for the reward of real. Breathtaking! Simply breathtaking!

If you have a secret, you've never shared with any other in your entire life for fear of judgment, or misinterpretation.. I welcome you to find safe harbor that your secret will be valued and treasured without judgment or ridicule; only appreciation for your courage to be vulnerably naked.

DAMIEN1959 57M
4 posts
4/19/2005 8:51 pm

I think we all have secrets that we could reveal, during times of intamacy. This is a very vulnerable time, and still it can lead to an ltr now that you have shown your partner that you are willing to share

__Huntress__ 55M/57F

4/19/2005 9:11 pm

I truly shake uncontrollably from head to toe the very moment I have revealed something about myself that I have never revealed to anyone else before ... it is the one moment I am most vulnerable ... it is the moment that someone else becomes empowered ...

rm_lovaniceass 57M

4/19/2005 10:37 pm

Such an insightful blog! Secrets shared and accepted without judgement can be a powerful force for those let themselves become vulnerable to each other.

SecretKeeperr 48F
56 posts
4/22/2005 12:24 pm

Huntress.. You've described, exactly, the thrill of discovery. Thank you for responding..

SecretKeeperr 48F
56 posts
4/22/2005 12:34 pm

Lovaniceass -- Thank you. I am one who thinks deeply about most every subject, inspired by the intereactions and connections made on deeper levels.

The moment of vulnerablity of where I desire to disrobe my soul, is likely the most erotic of moments for me. I wonder if it has the same affect on others?

coollava 66
11 posts
6/13/2005 5:03 pm

Trust, a most valuable factor in relationship to share secrets with someone. Once that trust is betrayed it is very hard to let go of the guards we build around us and keep everyone at safe distance. It takes lot of tlc in tlr to let the guards down and open up again. And, when you do, it moves the mountains of emotions and joy. Thanks for the opportunity to share.

smartnfun1961 55M
30 posts
12/7/2005 5:20 pm

I'm an extremely private person as well. But over the past few years it's become somewhat easier for me to share things about myself in a day-to-day kind of way.

But deep sharing, the kind that is near orgasmic in power, that I have briefly tasted only recently. And truth is, it changed my life. Changed it in the way that a massive earthquake can re-route the flow of a river. My life has been re-routed. My desire is to find someone (more than one?) with which to share the deepest parts of my soul - and for her to do the same with me. Is it love, does it entail marriage? Who knows? I don't. Don't think I care.

But my soul thrists for such a relationship like the sun drenched desert wanderer thirsts for water. My soul thirsts to find a soul mate to share physical and soulish passion. I suppose that's revealing the secret of my soul, my existence.

SecretKeeperr 48F
56 posts
12/7/2005 11:16 pm

"... deep sharing, ... that changed my life in a way that a massive earthquake can re-rout the flow of a river..."

I love the visual of this magnificant force flowing unexpectantly in a new direction. Hmmmmmm :onders::

Deistructive... re-creation. Contracting... Release. Surrendered.

Profound.. indeed.

SecretKeeperr 48F
56 posts
12/7/2005 11:18 pm

Well, the funny face on "ponders" was not intended... even so, it made me smile.

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