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Coaching Mind Relationships
Our intimate relationships are moving toward a more conscious kind of love. A conscious relationship is a romantic relationship where everyone involved taps into a greater sense of purpose than just those in the relationship. People in a conscious relationship are committed to ongoing and intentional growth—as individuals, in the relationship, and for creating a
Intimacy Lifestyle Mind Pleasure
Now that I have your attention, I’m excited to dig into sharing why slow sex can magnify your sensual pleasure.We need to slow down We’re working longer hours than ever, and spending more time connected to our smartphones than to other humans. Sure, the internet is amazing! It’s what’s letting me share this valuable information
Desire Fantasy Intimacy Mind Pleasure
All of us at some point have let our minds drift off to sexual fantasyland. Perhaps this is a fantasy you’ve been thinking about playing with someday, but for now, it only fuels your thoughts during masturbation or when you’re doing mundane things like driving to work, sitting on the train, or paying online bills.
Mind Pleasure Sex
Recreational marijuana became legal in Canada on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, and with 31 states and the District of Columbia legalizing medical marijuana and 9 states legalizing recreational marijuana for adults, we’re learning more about the drug’s effects. With this legalization, researchers are finally able to take a closer look at marijuana’s effects through studies.
Culture Education Mind
Let’s chat about the Microcosmic Orbit. You might be wondering, “What the heck is that?” It’s also known as the “Self Winding Wheel of the Law.” Okay, maybe not much help. Think about it as the circulation of light and energy cultivation. It comes from Taoist Qigong or Taoist yoga Qi. The Microcosmic Orbit, where
If you’re looking for the ‘science’ behind relationships and emotions, the first person you should google is Helen Fisher. She’s done amazing research into the biology of love and attraction. After extensive studies, Fisher believes humans evolved three core brain systems for mating and reproduction: lust, romantic attraction, and attachment. Depending on the person, love may