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Our sexual desires are simply an innocence of being human and each one of us has the full choice to deny or claim our desires within our own bodies. The challenge in all of this is to find our own safety as we begin to dive into the deeper longings we all have. Each individual always has the option to say: yes or no in any given situation. And at any time a yes can become a no. Just like at any time one can choose to simply leave the situation. That’s right, if you don’t feel safe, you have the right to make your own decisions and do what’s ultimately best for YOU! As we begin to understand this authentic expression we can continue to make choices that honor ourselves. The key is to pay attention to oneself. What do YOU want?

When we pursue our sexual desires from a space of curiosity towards our own self pleasure things begin to shift. Notice I didn’t say anything about your partner's pleasure yet? That’s because it's up to each individual to decide for themselves what is best for them. Sure your partners pleasure matters, however in a healthy sexual encounter it’s ultimately up to you to decide what you need to be safe in your own body and vise versa.

As one continues to move forward in this journey, at some point one will feel the hurt and brokenness we all experience throughout life. The reality is that failure is simply a part of being human. When we focus on these deeper longings within our lives’ there will naturally be moments of sadness, grief, and despair. Just like there will be moments of intense pleasure, curiosity, and care. Once we can begin to awaken to this, we then can begin to embrace our journeys and honor each person's power as we expand our lives’.

In a masterclass by Genevieve she stated: “if you want to make a difference in the world, find yourself.” I couldn’t agree more! Through this entire process that’s the one aspect that’s been most needed. Life is full of distractions as we get pulled in every direction, but what would it look like for us to begin to wake up and pay attention to ourselves? If we were more aware of our bodies, acknowledging felt desires, and truly at home within ourselves we could naturally grow in our capacity to love ourselves and others! Taking care of ourselves first is like putting on the oxygen mask on an airplane. Not only would more people survive, but more people would thrive if they simply slowed down and focused on what they truly needed and desired.


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