The succubus and incubus phenomena are related to the actual sexual stimulation and longing for connection with another. Sometimes they will come for reasons that are diverse in the levels of attraction that they respond to and much of it is a consumption of the sexual energy directly so yes that can have a tactile sensation as well.
I have had experience with them and they do respond to communication but sometimes they need a direct blunt force trauma to dislodge. Kundalini will act as an extreme sexual stimulant as it activates the second chakra. Great care in how one thinks as a sexual being is needed that one does not attract these parasites.
They came to me and after I figured out what was occurring I made my position of not wanting their presence and did this very clearly. They kept on coming.
I then astral projected to them and had a confrontation after which I wasn't bothered by them anymore. This kind of contact is encouraged by sexual appetites unfulfilled which will call upon those entities that respond to the violence and or fantasies of some thoughts with regards to sex.
It isn't a "must" to experience them and vaginal or rectal or any movement in and about the reproductive areas of both genders does not necessarily mean that there is an entity incursion. Kundalini will be tactile. But if you harbor thoughts of guilt and violence (receiving or inflicting) and of other emotional qualities attached to the sexual act, this can become an attractant to this type of experience and let's be honest and admit that many in the population do indeed have these feelings.
Kundalini can make sexual arousal a very, very intense experience and many can become trapped by that small aspect. - Be advised - it isn't about having great orgasms. Though it can seem that way to one who is not cogent of the path. - blessings - chrism
Kundalini can make sexual arousal a very, very intense experience and many can become trapped by that small aspect. - Be advised - it isn't about having great orgasms. Though it can seem that way to one who is not cogent of the path.