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Rodin Museum to left in foreground, Hôtel Les Invalides in background Paris, France. Photo credit Susan Kramer.
Cybersex and Cyberrelationships

Susan Kramer
copyright 2002-2011 Susan Kramer
Santa Barbara, California USA
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
published by Creations in Consciousness

Expressions of thoughts and feelings have taken the written form all through recorded history.

They are only different today in that they can be almost instantaneously sent and received via the internet, able to take place in the moment; almost as if present with another in the same room, or at least as on the telephone.

Whether in person, over the phone, by fax, the internet, or by paper letter, the energy between human communication causes reactions in us, as we are a compilation of body, mind, emotion, powered on intelligent Spirit.

The written word is powerful ...

Beautiful poetry uplifts our emotions and puts us in a positive frame of mind. A nasty note ruins our day, leaving us feeling down, depressed or angry; again, words affecting our emotions.

Using this reasoning we can see that our words, in person, via phone, letters, or email affect the thoughts, feelings, and actions of the recipient.

We have the opportunity in our cyberrelationships to interact with more people than in the days before the internet; we have the opportunity to form long-lasting relationships with people all over the world; sharing our ideas, thoughts and feelings, and being a comfort and sounding board to others in the same way.


Be careful before going over the hill into cybersex. Are you willing to reap the actions of your sexually written words? You are then joining with others in a circle of sexual thoughts and reactions; we reap as we sow.

When respect and open communication prevail

Enrich lives
between participants

Bio Sketch
Stan Schaap and Susan Kramer
Susan Kramer, M.A., M.Div. is an international author of more than 50 collections and 150 articles on rhythmic dance, ballet, music, philosophy, yoga, social issues and practical spirituality for children, teens, adults and those challenged, with some translations in Dutch, French, German and Spanish, and with her husband, Stan Schaap- resides in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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Paris, France. Musée Rodin at left with a view of Hôtel Les Invalides in background which was built to house 4,000 wounded soldiers. (Rodin's "The Thinker" sits in this front garden, barely visible; 100 pixels up from bottom and 125 pixels in from right side of photo; a red rose at the base of statue.) September 2001. Photo credit Susan Kramer.

page published September 23, 2002. updated March 18, 2011