Precious Dears,
It seems that life is just an unending process of reinventing ourselves! I am taking fewer clients these days, as I sort through a lifetime of papers and writings about Sacred Sexuality and my adventures as a sexual healer. The next phase is writing about and teaching what I have learned. Forgive the confusion here, until I can have some concentrated time to work on the rearrangement. In the meantime, please poke around, and enjoy life – it’s precious.
There is a tender and most important union with all aspects of Self, that permeates all your interactions with others and Beloved Self. How kind and compassionate can you be? What is the shadow work that needs to become conscious for your life to expand? How are you held back from the highest expression of Soul’s journey?
Cultivating the sacredness and connection of our most intimate acts has a healing effect that begins to permeate the rest of our lives. Intimacy is not just sexual. It’s presence can be felt in everything we do, with everyone we meet, by cultivating pure, loving presence, an open heart and gentle curiosity. When we address the wounding in the most intimate and private parts of ourselves, that healing initiates a domino effect that allows holistic health at all levels. True empowerment is preceded by the integration of every aspect of who we are, as human beings and as beings of light. Once empowered, we have the delightful task of inspiring and empowering others.
I invite you to return to this site again and again, to read about the heart and mind ruminations of a true Renaissance woman. Together, we will explore your own relationship to your body, your heart and your mind. As our work unfolds, magically, the Beloved Other becomes everyone you meet, and you choose to engage from a place of whole-heartedness and joy, rather than old, destructive patterns.
This is a website that promotes connection, healing and deep evolution of the human heart. Go make yourself a nice cup of calming tea, and plan to spend a little time wandering this garden. Come back often, as there is always more…
Much love,