If you feel depleted and disconnected from your sexual energy or even your core vibrant life force (which I believe is the same thing) then your well might need some maintenance.
Somehow the idea that sex shouldn’t require effort has seeped into our psyches and that idea prevents us from taking the time or energy to make it hotter, better and more fulfilling.
Travel is awesome and it’s one of my biggest values in life, but a fancy, romantic vacation won’t save your sex life.
There are two things we don’t teach young people about, and that we do a poor job of teaching adults about. They are the two things we need most...
Accept the journey you have been on. Accept the choices you have made, and know that you can begin to make new and different choices now that will be in service to your greater growth, highest sexual, and spiritual good.
When you walk through these gates, don’t forget to breathe in the spaciousness, and bask in the joy of exploration. This is the fun part!
I know the fear that comes up. The “Can I really do this? Can I really have this? Is this real? Where do I start? What if I fail? What if I grow and then get rejected? What if other things in my life have to change?”
There are so many ways we run up against our vulnerability. We fight it because it feels tender and some might consider it “weak”—which couldn’t be further from the truth.
There is a simultaneous slowing down and a quiet in a place of loss, and a quickening as life continues to move around and in you, urging you forward into your best self.