In the U.S., one in three women and one in six men experience some form of contact sexual violence in their lifetime. With sexual assault cases very present in the media, trauma is being reactivated in those who have had similar experiences. You see, trauma never really goes away. In order to function in the world, those who experience trauma learn self-soothing techniques. The bodies’ natural response is to tense up, hold the breath, avoid what activates the past trauma or go numb. Fortunately, there is another way to transform these unpleasant responses.
This article brings awareness and sensitivity to Tantra teachers and all practitioners who are unaware that there could be someone who identifies as transgender among their students or clients. Although I wrote this article primarily for sex and Tantra educators, it includes language that is helpful to all who are teaching the general public.
Yes, it’s true: intimacy is about more than just sex. But the physiological and psychological benefits of investing time and attention on your sex life can do wonders when it comes to rekindling intimacy in your relationship.
Sacred space. A time to feel nourished and supported by women. A place to counsel, reflect, share, act, and create together. A force to be reckoned with, expressing courage and love simultaneously. A grounded, yet light, fierceness that is hard to miss or to overstep. Union. This is what is possible when we enter the Women’s Body Temple and embody the Divine Feminine.
Harmony between partners is the best possible vibration for conception. The level of harmony during conception actually influences the makeup of a child’s DNA. There are many practices available to heal the emotional wounding in the heart. If you are struggling with heart ache or sadness ...