Thursday, November 17, 2011

The Dimensions of Submission

I saw a news program recently about doctors using 5D technology in viewing the body.  The 4th dimension being the heart beating and the lungs breathing.  The 5th dimension is the blood coursing through the veins.

That news clip and something I wrote in a recent post got me thinking about the dimensions of submission.  How many ways are there to view submission?  How do I view it?  How does Sir view it?

I find myself describing my experience with Sir in terms of, what I perceive to be, dimension.  He took me higher...  He made me go farther...  I felt deeper... 

Those seem to describe how I feel emotionally.

And sometimes I seem to describe how I feel physically, or in a space/time perspective.  I am floaty...  I am out of it...  I am somewhere else...

To me, it's an intriguing thought how submission to Sir changes me.  Is it linear?  Am I just progressing along a one-dimensional line?  How many dimensions are there?  Where have I come from?  At point was I in this multi-dimensional experience when I began my submission to Sir.  Where am I at now?  How much more is there to experience?

When I think of it in those terms, I think infinity.  The possibilities of experience seem infinitesimal. 



  1. I feel the same way...people have said to me, "Don't you want to know what it's like to be with another man? Do you think you've missed out on something because Daddy is the only man you've ever had sex with?"

    They don't realize that every time is different, a new never gets old, boring or routine:)!


  2. Kitty,

    It's amazing how every time can be so different. I learn something new about myself and something new about Sir almost every time.

  3. I don't think ttwd is a lineal journey.
    And regardless whether the dimensions are endless or not, I don't think we ever reach the limits of possibility.
    Like you said--infinity.

  4. lil,

    Come to think of it, I suppose no journey is linear. It is such a fascinating journey!

    Thanks for stopping by.