Busby and his team of researchers surveyed more than two thousand couples ranging in age from nineteen to seventy-one years and found that communication, sexual quality, perceived stability and relationship satisfaction were better for those couples who had waited until after marriage to consummate their relationship. The bottom line, then, would seem to be that in order to give marriage the best chance of survival, it’s best to make each other wait.
…if sustainability is the wave of the future – future intelligence experts around the globe are saying so – then the ecology of love philosophy is both green and desirable.
It’s also as ancient as the philosophies that inform sacred sexuality. Being conscious in bed, making vibrant love, connecting with another person in mind, body and spirit can be understood in parallel to the four basic components of our planet – earth, water, air and fire – and applying them to our relationships…