I dislike having to bother you with such complicated questions, but sometimes we need to ask in order to understand some things:
When talking about sexual energy it is stated explicitly that to experience, or rather to allow oneself to reach orgasm is a waste of energy, we are wasting our sexual energy and releasing it into the atmosphere in a centrifugal manner, down and out.
We know that energy and matter cannot be created nor destroyed, only transformed from one form to another, as stated by Einstein. So we know that in the sexual release via orgasm, the energy is not destroyed nor created in the act, whats left? Must have been transformed according to Einstein (Thermodynamics/Law of Conservation of Energy).
Let's go further; it was stated that each Monad has a fixed amount of energy, relatively speaking, depending on its level of development at the "time" right? So this is where we wish to know; where does that energy go when "wasted" during the orgasm?
I contemplated something that was brought up during a lecture given by a Gnostic instructor, that the ego is a combination of matter, energy and consciousness, a legion of aggregates, creatures formed by wrongly transformed impressions. To fulfill the law of invariance is it that the "wasted" sexual energy is still with us, however it is conditioned and invested in the subconsciousness instead? And that transmutation on the other hand refines the energy and invests it in the consciousness?
When a couple unites in alchemy, performing sexual super dynamics, is there an exchange of energy, a merging of each others energy?