Relationships & Sex
Articles and videos on how to skyrocket your love life with expert advice on relationships, dating, romance and sex (including sacred sex); plus how to understand the male and female mind.
The heart chakra is the home of that all-permeating, healing energy we call love. In our culture we use the word “love” in so many different contexts that it can be a little confusing. In this healing context, I am referring to love as a powerful, pervasive energy that connects to others in a positive, life-affirming way. It is unconditional and all-encompassing, not connected to any thought or judgment. Love is just a feeling of positive, healing connection to another being, and the thing that opens the heart chakra most is loving connection.
The research group from Rutgers University in New Jersey, using imaging machines, studied the brains of women during orgasm and found that different brain regions were activated depending on which body part was the source of sexual excitement.
The felt rage for all of the women in my life, in my practice, and the world who have been raped, assaulted, treated with disrespect, and groped. Women, including me, who have been bullied by men, especially powerful ones, and who have been afraid to speak up, to make waves, because their livelihoods and reputations were at stake.
Birds do it, bees do it, and men do it any old time. But women will only do it if the candles are scented just right — and their partner has done the dishes first. A stereotype, sure, but is it true? Do men really have stronger sex drives than women? Experts provide 7 interesting facts about sex including the differences in the sex drives of men and women.
Relationships have their ups and downs, and discussions can quickly become arguments with as little as one wrong word spoken in a moment of frustration. Protect yourself and your partner from being hurt by keeping the one most hurtful word out of your conversations with each other.
While most guys think they’re blowing her mind, more often than not, they’re missing the mark.
The truth serves everyone even though it may not seem that way at first. The truth will set you free even though it might piss you off at first and feel uncomfortable. Speaking your honest authentic truth takes real courage and commitment. Speaking your truth is a real spiritual practice. As children we may have learned that […]
Learning to separate ejaculation from orgasm, like any other skill, requires focused attention, practice and patience. It takes time to change old, hard-wired patterns related to arousal. Open your body, open your mind. Ejaculation and orgasm are NOT the same thing. Find out how men can experience more orgasmic pleasure with these key tips from tantra teacher, Maryse Coté.
“The Law of Attraction: What Causes Unrequited Love?” was originally published at Raise Your Vibration Today. Have you ever had the experience of loving someone who didn’t love you back? Unrequited love is certainly one of the most challenging forms of love there is! In this short video clip, I will explain what causes unrequited […]
We must remember that life is made up of everything in between. Changing diapers. Dealing with traffic. Balancing checkbooks. Waiting in line at a store. Life happens not in those moments that you arrive at your destination but in each step along the way. The magic is not just in the peak moments, it’s in every moment.
What would you say if your child asked about terrorism in your neighborhood (where people had been killed)? This father gets an “A” for opening his son’s heart and mind beyond fear.
Did you know the G-spot is really not a “spot” per se? It is more of an area than a “spot.” In this video, tantra teacher, Adina Rivers shares what she knows about the much-debated G-spot, pointing out that it really is more of an area than a “spot” because it extends the entire length of a woman’s yoni and is connected to the clitoris.
Our mistakes are what make us human. And even when we don’t think that we’ve made a mistake, other people will often find errors in our ways. We human beings are walking offenders. Is there a correct way to apologize? The author shows why just saying I’m sorry isn’t enough. And what it takes to properly apologize.