Masturbation is huge. Whether you’re in a relationship or out of a relationship, it is the key. Not only will it help you feel better, it’s going to boost your mood, your health, and it’s also going to give you that confidence.
As women, we get to work on ourselves to love ourselves, to show up and stop judging who we are, to allow ourselves to blossom, be wild, own our voice and step up, because then the collected energy of feminine rises too.
You can’t control everything. Planning your birth plan and your postpartum plan, and your ideal life. It’s all great, but can you accept what doesn’t happen in that ideal world?
I don’t want to be ‘too much,’ but I’m also not enough. And I recognize that’s a very common thing for women to feel right now.
I had to realize that my desire to go deep with people really, really quick actually wasn’t serving me or them or the relationship. Because in order for true, healthy intimacy and vulnerability to be experienced, we have to wade into the pool.
If you can create a new experience together, a new novel experience, and create the process of learning how to do that and communicate that and share that desire, that’s a positive feedback cycle for your relationship.
Today we are joined by Sex and Relationship Coach, Kat Trimarco! This incredible lady is deep, thoughtful, multi-dimensional, so it’s no wonder our conversation gets deep quickly. Kat shares her sexual awakening, her experiences with relationships and growth, and her work at the University of Santa Monica. She held space for me as I talked […]
Just knowing I’m not the only person that’s been there; I’m not the only person who’s felt taken advantage of; I’m not the only survivor. We’re in this together, and we can help each other.
You can’t get clear on who you’re supposed to be with or what the relationship looks like until you’re clear on who you are. Because your energy field is full of that, and if you’re putting out fear or need or co-dependence or lack, you’re going to get that back.
We’re all going in and out of our heads, worrying about our partners and what they think about us and our bodies. Instead of pretending like none of us have these insecurities, have conversations around them beforehand. Share that vulnerability, so it can take off masks.
Ayurveda will call you—once your soul is ready to receive it, it will come.
“It’s this triad of love, respect, and admiration that creates a healthy relationship. When you have these 3 pillars in place, if one is wavering, you have two more to lean on, and that’s okay.”