The Purpose of Union
Where we are going in our relationship has something to do with the intentionality of what we want to create together. Of course, what I want to create together with the beloved in my life has to do with who I want to create myself into.
The Purpose of Union
Awakening to Consciousness Within
Twenty years ago, I was really in despair about love and intimacy. I had this pattern of being attracted to unavailable men, and that was a pattern that went through decades of my life. I used to stay in relationships for some years, but then something broke down and we broke up.
Are you curious about fully expressing your potential and ready to reach higher levels of fulfillment in life, love, and career?
Listen in to this week’s podcast as I have the pleasure of talking with Dr. Elsbeth Meuth and Freddy Zental Weaver of Tantra Nova.
“No, nothing is wrong. Everything is fine.” Have you heard this before even when you know something is actually wrong? Or, have you said this before when really some unsettling emotions are brewing just below the surface? Too often we hide our true feelings in order to be nice or avoid conflict.
What does creativity have to do with Tantra? Tantra is a practice that connects us with our inherent creative energy by bringing awareness to our energetic body. There is a current that runs through us all the time and we can use it to fuel all facets of our life.
So often we get the question, “What’s Tantra Yoga?” Some may know it as the “yoga of sex” or the “sexy yoga” and think of it primarily as a way to achieve better orgasms.
And then there is the form of Yoga we have become so familiar with in the West, which has a studio at almost every street corner of our modern cities.
Tantric ritual allows us to drop into our soul and body, become present to ourselves and each other, and open up to deeper connection. Attire is a key element to setting the mood and create sacred space for this ritual! And we prefer to wear sarongs for these Tantric occasions.
“What am I supposed to do now? How am I supposed to act? Men can’t do anything anymore.”
This shared frustration is common (and understandable) among men in the wake of the #MeToo movement. As women continue to come forward with stories of sexual harassment and assault, men are starting to see that behavior they thought normal was actually causing harm.
“No” is seemingly a simple word. But finding that word in the midst of a complicated situation can be quite difficult. The #MeToo movement gave women and victims of sexual assault permission to use their voice; to say “no” and speak up against situations that were wrong.