Health and hygiene
No other metaphysics of the world is as concerned about health and hygiene as is Kreutz Metaphysics. Because your power to generate and nurture a soul that is prosperous beyond your lifetime depends directly on your capability to enjoy sexual intercourse.
This capability is greatly impacted by any health-related issue. If you are sick, you are not in the mood. And if the hygienic facilities of your place of dwelling are unsatisfactory, and if your own hygienic situation doesn’t allow proper cleaning and grooming, or if the hygienic standards of your partner are below par, your sex will not be optimal, and your intercourse will contribute little, if anything, to your soul.
Soul-building sexual conduct is not about quickly relieving ejaculatory pressure. It is about letting your mind flow in sexual excitement, about getting lost in fantasies, until a point where an immense force overcomes you, a pulsating orgasm that radiates waves over waves, even though you just lie still.
Many things have to be optimal before such a climax. Most certainly, you do not want to be distracted by health problems, or disturbed by the odors or sights of a lack of personal hygiene on the part of your partner.
Kreutz Metaphysics is not ascetic, it’s the opposite. Kreutz Metaphysics is about indulging in sensual heights, or depths, which is the same. But because this requires optimal health, and because for optimal health, the trick lies more in what you avoid than in what you do, Kreutz Metaphysics preaches its own brand of abstinence.
You avoid alcohol because it is not conducive to your mental capabilities, and drunkards stink and are unsightly. You also avoid cocaine and meth, even so these drugs can give you a momentary sexual kick.
But soul-building and soul-nurturing is a life-long strategy. It’s not about having cocaine or meth-aided exciting sex a few times, and then to live on with a ruined apparatus to generate orgasmic pleasure.
Effective soul-building and soul-nurturing is about the greatest orgasmic pleasure again and again and again, up to the last day of your life. You can have this only if you guard your health against anything that destroys or undermines it.
This means: no alcohol, no tobacco, no street drugs, wholesome food, good sleep, a well-functioning immune system, a general avoidance of risky endeavors, not overdoing it on sports, a clean environment, and, of course, top-notch hygiene.