The Sacred Spot in women is known in modern sexological terms as the G-spot. We now know the Sacred Spot as an energetic storage area in the female body, hidden inside the Yoni (Sanskrit word for sacred space, meaning the vagina). It can produce profound pleasure and can store immense pain. Men have a Sacred Spot as well, located just below the prostate gland inside the anus, which has the same qualities as an energetic storage area. Sacred Spot healing is an advanced sexual healing technique available to men as well as women.
Sacred Spot healing can be compared to bringing a light into a dark room. Sexual trauma, pain, and memories may be stored there and can be released through therapeutic touch. There is no agenda for pleasure or orgasm, although the contact might be pleasurable or orgasmic. It may also be numb or painful and bring up rage, anger, and sadness. As emotions are accessed, they can be released through breath and sound.
The purpose of accessing and releasing stored painful emotions is to clear them from the physical, emotional, and energetic bodies. Holding anger and sadness creates stress in the body, eventually manifesting in physical symptoms of illness and dis-ease. Releasing this stress allows the body to relax and unwind itself from years and sometimes decades of unconscious tension and holding.
Sacred Spot healing is always therapeutic in intention and action. After the clearing of painful emotions is well underway, it may be possible to begin an exploration of ways in which to bring more pleasure and bliss into one's experience. This does not ever take the context of a sexual exchange with the practitioner; rather, the practitioner may choose to hold space for the receiver to experience their own sexual energy and help them learn techniques to move that energy within their own body and energy field. In this way, sexual healing is different from sexual surrogacy.
It is important to use discernment when seeking a practitioner to work with in the realm of sexual healing. For those with a history of sexual abuse, it is especially critical to find someone who is highly trained in the art of bringing presence, safety, and integrity to a healing session. A woman who has been sexually abused by a man may wish to begin her sexual healing work with a woman and then progress to working with a man as she heals.
There are a very few high-quality schools that are teaching sacred sexual healing work for those who wish to experience it as well as those who wish to practice it. I recommend the Divine Feminine Institute for men and women. This work is coming into greater acceptance as a valid healing modality all the time; and not a moment too soon. It's time to heal and integrate our sexuality as the sacred, natural, and beautiful part of us that it is meant to be.