Sometimes I get the feeling that some people are finally figuring out that sex is a form of play, and sometimes I get the feeling that there's so much fear that most people are totally in the dark. So I'll put the question to you: How do you relate to sex as a form of play? Don't answer too fast—I suggest you ponder it. If you don't come up with sex as a form of play, then what is it? What kind of activity is it, or what does it represent? If you answer yes to the play question, how does it contrast with other forms of play (music, golf, paintball, finger painting, ultimate Frisbee)? The "serious cast" that sexuality gets is almost always based on a moral trip of some kind. It's also based on possessiveness and attachment. The play aspect is often drowned out by the fear of what might happen if the attachment is in some way threatened. The current aspects are calling on you to do a few things. One is to relax the sensation that you possess someone. Another is to allow your curiosity to come to the front of your awareness. Yet another is to allow yourself to change. Yes, it's time to change. If you resist what you know are necessary, timely, and even overdue changes, that's likely to manifest as the sensation of pressure, anxiety, and tension. You could just as well invest your passion into something or someone creative.