A phnemomenial social experiment that took place in London (1926 - 1950), called the Peckham Experiment and the implications for our well-being and community relating today if the findings were widely adopted would sky rocket us beyond a lot of personal and social issues that are occurring today.
Have you ever seen someone who is having amazing and fulfilling sex dragging their feet through life in complaint? There's something magical about a deeply fulfilling sex life. Playing, healing and connecting sexually with conscious intention is a way to open doorways to new ways of being and discovering new things about ourselves.
With a little mindfulness, embodiment and openness there are ways we can support our sexual experiences to go beyond the everyday and influence our lives in positive life affirming ways
Little things that can make a big difference to how connected you are feeling in your. Here are a few little things you can bring to your every day for thriving love in your relationship
70% of pensioners regret not having enough sex in their life. What helps drive and sustain a healthy satisfying sex life?
Occasionally, I see advertisements for “calling in the one”. The general idea is to attract 'the one' into your life and live happily ever after. Sounds pretty enticing for someone who has a pattern of moving from one relationship to the next or has been single for much longer than they'd wish. I'd like to offer a slightly different worldview that recognises opportunities for deeply loving relationships are abundant.
Honesty and transparency are key ingredients to deeply loving relationships. Being honest you receive love for who you truly are.
Playing the no-compromise game in relating is a communication game that starts with getting clear about needs and values.
There's a funny game in intimate relationships, we can play the compromise or the no-compromise game. The compromise game typical means both either lose a bit, or there is a win/lose situation, where the no-compromise game is about enjoying the amazing abundance of win/win situations that come forth.
A struggle that comes up for many relationships time and time again is how to move through conflict to a place of understanding. Either the conflict is just too hard and it's easier to withdraw until it blows over, or the issue is just so important that we need to make the other understand and we can't let it go until there's resolution. A loving inquiry provides a way toward connection and understanding in difficult times.