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Braving the Wave of Vulnerability: How Opening Up May Actually Not Bring You Down

Braving the Wave of Vulnerability: How Opening Up May Actually Not Bring You Down

What we’re not often taught is the more we face what is uncomfortable, the more vulnerable we are willing to be, the less terrifying that actually IS because that is how you take away the power of fear, and discomfort. In fact it is the ONLY way. I often think of the quote, “The only way out is through”…

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An Overview of Tantric Sex (And Why You Need to Get You Some)

An Overview of Tantric Sex (And Why You Need to Get You Some)

Couples who are actively practicing Tantric sex can find a sense of union beyond the typical act of love-making and perhaps the best way to describe it would be that it feels as if you forget where you end and your lover begins; you literally merge on many levels, almost dissolving into one another. It’s about being so aware of each other, that your awareness becomes unified as well as your motions, and this easily accounts for the mind-blowing orgasms that follow.

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3 Stages of a New Relationship and How to Handle the Changes

Posted by on April 22, 2017 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex, Thrive with 0 Comments
3 Stages of a New Relationship and How to Handle the Changes

I now believe that the ideal relationship doesn’t always feel comfortable, but you always feel comfortable and safe sharing with your partner, no matter how long you’ve been together.

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