When you allow yourself the pleasure of a gay massage, you’re not just opening yourself up to an hour or more of sublime relaxation, you’re really performing an act of self-care and healthy self-love. Every human being will sometimes find himself in a rut; it could be that you’re playing out the same day over and over again in a relationship or job, with a build-up of trapped energy and suppressed feelings. Or it could be that your social life has become repetitive, empty and stale, as you chase old pleasures with diminishing returns. Like everybody, you’re sensitive, and life may be eroding your confidence and integrity. That’s why it’s high time you booked an appointment.
When you give yourself over to the joys of gay body-to-body therapy, you’ll be renewed and rekindled in all kinds of ways and the benefits will extend far beyond the time-frame of the actual appointment. Reams and reams have been written by neuroscientists just starting to make amazing discoveries about the human brain – in particular, the differences between the left and the right sides. And although the right is vital, allowing us to understand language and to make sense of the objects, shapes and sights of our world, it is the power of the left side and its extraordinary access to perfect peace that gets more astounding with each new piece of research. But how does this relate to gay body-to-body massage? Read on.
When you’re at your appointment, your masseur will guide your mind and body into deep relaxation and a euphoric sense of being utterly present, utterly now. You’ll allow thoughts to come and go instead of jumping into them and being pulled into the past or future. You will be experiencing the elusive beauty of the left side of your brain. And by developing this side, you will be enhancing your ability to feel love, empathy, forgiveness and a sense that you and all the people around you are actually one. It is the right side of the brain, with its filing system of memories and comparisons, that houses the ego. And while this is necessary for survival, it also tells us that we’re separate. We’re better, we’re worse, we’re bigger, we’re smaller; everything becomes fighting, comparison, insecurity, jealousy and avarice. Gay therapy is a brilliant antidote to this toxicity of the soul.
With regular one-hour sessions, you’ll strike a better left-right balance. And you’ll carry this enhancement with you wherever you go, so you won’t be the only person to benefit. Everyone who comes into contact with you, especially in the days and hours following your experience will benefit too. In a strange way, everyone booking an appointment in London is actually making the capital a more empathetic and kindly place.