Sex, in our society, is almost a taboo topic.
We can talk about weight, we can talk about food, but we can’t talk about sex.
However, sex is a vital part of life for many of us and is a beautiful way to connect with our partners.
AND it’s a beautiful way to connect with ourselves.
While there are so many great things to say about sex, sometimes all the baggage we carry about this topic prevents us from enjoying ourselves and reaching the full potential of our pleasure.
Sister, I am not only talking about physical sex and physical pleasure, but the connections we fortify through receiving and giving pleasure (pleasure can be manifested in many more ways than just physical interactions).
Through her work as a holistic sexologist, Celine Remy, helps women transform their relationship with self through pleasure, sex, sex magic, and her unique body-based methodology for tapping into our sexual energy to bring more fulfillment in their life.
Celine has an endless wealth of knowledge through her long term dedication to her work gained through living in India and studying Ayurvedic medicine, yoga, meditation, and her studies of Tao’s touch techniques in Thailand to tap into inner energy of creative bliss.
Today, Celine is going to be sharing how the baggage we carry about sex affects our relationship with ourselves, turning the shame we feel around sex into a way to feel more empowered in the bedroom, and how tapping into our pleasure helps us learn more about ourselves and or body.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why men are so disconnected from us sexually and how looking beyond goal oriented performance can help us increase the quality of our sexual interactions and connections.
- The areas in our body where our sexual energy is generated the different ways we can express our sexual energy to fuel our desires so we can make real connections.
- What we need to know about being an irresistible women and how we can use our personal pleasure to grow our relationships with men and ourselves.
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