We’re not brought up to have faith in our bodies these days. Pharmaceutical companies get rich by making us feel our bodies can’t heal themselves; fashion and beauty companies get rich by making us feel our bodies aren’t attractive enough.
While of course modern medicine is a wonderful thing, and looking good is great too, the problem is when we become dependant on these external agencies to make the judgement for us, rather than trusting out body to let us know what it needs. read more...
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It starts this week!! Yes, the launch program of my new radio show, The Tantric Lounge, on Voice America’s Empowerment Channel, is this Friday!
Here's the blurb:
Join me, renowned sex educator, therapist and coach, on the Tantric Lounge and discover the missing link to complete empowerment: your sexuality! read more...
We tend to assume that sex has to involve the genitals, and that any sense of erotic or sexual arousal will need to lead to genital engagement.
This is because we’ve associated sex with reproduction for so long, and obviously you need genital interaction for reproduction.
Yet sex is not just about reproduction. In fact it’s rarely about reproduction. Sex in humans is not primarily a reproductive function. read more...
I'm a little embarrassed to say this, but a couple of weeks ago I was in an emergency ward with a suspected heart attack. Yes, me, the supposed expert on chilling out, taking it slow, enjoying life and love....Oops!
So what happened? After all, I do regular yoga, meditation, relaxation...or do I? read more...
I love getting feedback from clients, workshop participants and readers of my newsletter and blog, as well as people who see me in the media. I'm sure it's partly an ego thing!
But it also shows that this work is touching people, improving the quality of their lives, and slowly but surely changing our society into one which values sexuality and promotes quality sex. One thing that people so often say is that I'm giving them "a whole new view of sex".
Scientific research shows we have three brains: there are complex and fully functional brains in our heart, our gut and our head. This concept has been known by the esoteric and spiritual systems for years, so I'm really excited that modern science is confirming this knowledge. read more...
Who needs apples? Ok, you may not be interested or able to have an orgasm a day, and that frequency is not necessary, but it is true that good quality, regular sex is good for our physical and mental health and overall sense of wellbeing. read more...
I don't believe so! I wouldn't be in this profession if I thought my role was to encourage people, especially women, to have 'good enough' sex. That doesn't seem to be the view of some of my colleagues though. read more...
I’m a working mother of three, so life gets pretty busy! When you live a life like mine, you have to focus on balance. I'm constantly struggling with my mad innate urges to completely overcommit and take on too much (well, it is all so interesting and so necessary!). I, like many women out there, may be a super woman, but I am not Superwoman, and I have limits. There has to be a balance. And that balance has to be crafted. read more...
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- It's Time to Let Our Souls Catch-Up
- Become a Sensual Explorer
- Q&A: My Wife Won't Pleasure Herself in Front of Me
- Subtle Shifts to Great Sex
- Q&A: My Husband Can't Keep an Erection, and He Smokes Lots of Marajuana
- Love in the Time of COVID-19
- Q&A: My Partner Doesn't Climax from Oral Sex and I'm Worried
- Meditate Your Way to Great Sex
- Q&A: My Partner Doesn't Like Kissing - what to do?
- Communing - deep intimate connection
- Q&A: We Want to Try a Threesome - how do we do it safely?
- On Being A Human in a Female Body
- Q&A: How Do We Connect After So Much Stress?
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