We have one penis that is literally at the centre of our being. It is precious, rare, and we sense it to be immensely important because it is the engine house of our sexual energy, our drives and of penis power. If the tap is opened, our penis flows abundantly with pleasure, empowerment and self-confidence.

(un)cutting: nude male video art

Our penis is the crowning gemstone and glory of the family jewels, our genitals. Our centre of gravity grinds relentlessly, oozing the scent of dirty work. As we exit boyhood, we finally inherit the badges of manhood in all their rising, rolling, pulsing brilliance. It is the only possession with which we are born. But instead of celebrating it every moment of our life, all of our penises have instead been repressed for hundreds of years. Darkness leads millions of boys and men blindly into shame and self-doubt, called penis weakness. These feelings prevent us from acting freely and deny us a pathway to becoming superpotent men.

In this unconscious state, it is impossible for boys to listen, contemplate, and meditate in a way that integrates their centre, their most powerful energy of all, their Penis Power into a positive adult male identity.

Penis emjoi as phallus iconography

Consider Buddhist reincarnation, and compare ourselves to the animal kingdom. Only human males have the capacity for self-awareness needed to defeat penis weakness. Then we ask, ‘Isn’t penis weakness a form of suffering made by men?’ The answer to which is, ‘Yes’. Our human gifts are a double-edged sword. In a state of collective unconscious we led ourselves to regard the penis as an organ to be ashamed of or feared. This is lunacy. Meanwhile, the rest of the animal kingdom never lost its inherent sexual freedom. But those who have taken rebirth as non-human animals, even without penis weakness, lack the opportunity to create penis power and unlock far greater possibilities and happiness.

We can explore manhood by staking out greater sexual freedom, exercising our capacity to walk a conscious path, and penis-centred contemplation. Doing this we build penis power, and this is what makes penis precious.

We practice penis power by expressing our life force through activities like naturism and mindful masturbation. Strengthen your penis by revealing and exposing yourself to your closest friends, figuratively and literally. Do it in service to your penis and to a greater sense of manhood (Read how being cocksure is foundational to penis power).

I must practice penis power.


Although there are many men with penises in the World, each one of us has only one penis. One man may own many cars and houses, but even the richest man in the World cannot change the penis or genitals they have. When we feel unsatisfied with what we have; we cannot buy, borrow, or manufacture another. If we insist on feeling unsatisfied, it will be very difficult to be superpotent in the future. So for each of us, our penis is rare.

As the source of penis power leading to superpotency, our penis is immensely meaningful. The fully superpotent man has actualised the full potential of his whole self. He has progressed from being a member of the animal kingdom – free but ordinary and ignorant – into the highest man of all, the king of all male beings. When we achieve this, we shall have the power to benefit all living males, and once joined by enlightened human females, all beings without exception. Thus, through our penis we gain superpotent realisations which equip us to tackle the challenges we face as men. the toxic weakness of supressed emotion, sexual assault, and violence while we also fulfil our own and others’ wishes.

What could be more meaningful or more precious than this?

Penis emjoi as phallus iconography

3 thoughts on “Why your penis really is precious, rare and the centre of your world

    • Hi Tom, sadly Priapus Rising is in the process of shifting their website to http://sacred-bonfire.com. Once his post is up again, I will relink it. In the meantime, I removed the link. Hit me up on twitter @mensinformation if you like.


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