Are we too safe and too politically correct in 2018? Are we so afraid of engaging with others that we deny the desires of our feminine and masculine energies? If we want our relationships to last, we must embrace the human desire for chasing the next thrill.
Some couples bring in toys or props, role-play, or even swing, but the most mainstream and safe way to liven things up in the bedroom is to flirt. Innocent flirting is nothing to be ashamed of when the intent is to keep things fun, lighthearted and respectful. Smile back at that man who’s clearly enamored with your beauty, and both of you get an ego boost. When you pass by a married woman with amazing legs, tell her! I bet you she’ll head home with a little extra pep in her step her husband won’t even know what hit him.
As the #MeToo movement inspires more and more people to share their stories of sexual harassment and assault, it’s hard to refresh our browsers fast enough to see the latest revelations on sexual violations. But what happens to the natural and healthy aspects of flirting, and is it still possible in today’s climate to flirt with safety and respect?
I think many of us are sitting back and reevaluating experiences in our past. How can you not? We’ve probably all been there to some degree or another, feeling uncomfortable…or worse. Because of this, I think it is imperative that men and women have honest and open conversations about consent and boundaries regarding what is and what is not ok when it comes to flirting.
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For a woman to have ecstasy she needs to be free from past tensions. To be receptive and open for sexual pleasure, she must clear negative energy stored in her body and deeply relax. She needs to let go of the negative emotions she accumulates and stores in her reproductive organs, including the ovaries, and the entire vaginal region. Taoists liken a woman’s reproductive center to a stove because, without an active, warming stove, the circulation of her blood and hormones cannot move through her body efficiently.
Without happiness in sex, we cannot release and express our natural orgasmic feelings. Instead, they stay caught inside our bodies. Much of this energy is stored away in both her physical organs and her heart center. A woman’s heart sees, hears, and pulses when she feels sensations of connected love.
I’m not one for New Year’s resolutions because I think every day is a new opportunity to start fresh. Although it’s not necessary to wait for January to change things up, I do believe that the key to happiness is doing everything with intent. Knowing why we do what we do lies at the root of our intent. As we move through the holidays and the New Year rolls in, I suggest you spend some time reflecting on what matters most to you – and there’s no better time than to start now. Take some time walking alone in nature and ask yourself, “Why do I do what I do?”