30 Day Inspiration ~ Discover Your Erotic Nature
Ten Days of Spice | With Amara Charles and The Shakti Team
DAY TWELVE Touch
A warm, soft body waits for you. You notice a smile and a shiver when you enter the room. It’s closeness that melts through anything, dissolves distractions and grabs you near. Sex is an invitation to experience beauty. Intimacy is the knock on the door and the lounging around after. Conversation, listening, loving whatever makes your lover happy- these are the things I love about intimacy. But intimacy is also rugged: it makes you ignore distance, oceans and time. It pulls you close even when you want to pull back. Intimacy is so sexy because it makes you want to touch those special places.
Keep in mind these three things when touching especially erotic places.
3. Deep Satisfaction.
Our most erotic places on the body yearn to be wanted. Yet they only open for touch when we tap gently on the door first. With permission, these places love to be surprised and have been known to moan for more. This is when touch goes straight to the soul, for there is nothing better in life than to be touched by someone we love.
For your slow touch pleasure at home, download Amara’s Touch for Two DVD
I know when you’re in a tidal wave of love, when things are flowing sweet, when Eros is all around, being grateful is like breathing. But what about after you’ve made a major mistake? Is it possible to get to gratitude when it feels like your ship is sailing in the wrong direction, when happiness fades and fine platitudes are the last things you want to hear? We’ve all had times where all we want to do is dig into a pit of sorrow, where, even if we know wallowing wont work, we do it anyway. This is when getting to gratitude really counts. But how can we feel grateful when everything seems closed, and hopeless and dark?
Here’s four big reasons why gratitude beats regret and resentment, every time.
Gratitude Feels Better
Of course we’d rather be tingling with gratitude every minute of the day, but the truth is, sometimes we choose to mope with pain, stew in our resentment or just lounge around trying not to think too much. Usually while we’re licking or barking about our wounds what we really need is attention; we want somebody to know we’re hurting. The trouble is, while it keeps us busy, it also keeps us in the pit longer. Gratitude is a way out.
Gratitude Takes Less Effort
All we have to do is
A young girl, Audora Savitak wrote an amazing Huffington Post article about the steps a it would take to make schools better. I think some of her brilliant concepts could be applied to sexual education.
She says, ” I am at a loss as to the benefits of putting a group of people of approximately the same age — but of varying aptitudes — into one room where they will all learn the same thing. The quicker students will sit bored while the teacher re-explains a concept they already know from their voracious reading, while the slower students will be confused and left out by the rapid pace at which everyone else seems to be progressing.” I couldn’t agree more and that’s only one of her brilliant ideas.
I was blown away not only by the intelligence of her ideas,
Thank You Richard!
“Amara Charles is the perfect writer to put on paper, in clearly written and illustrated form, the beautiful body of information found in the practices of what is called “Quodoushka”. Having been an active participant in the ceremonies and teachings of these workshops for the past 30 years, I can speak with some authority.
Amara’s book has achieved what we have been waiting for — a concise statement in prose that captures the poetic magick of what is learned and experienced with master teachers during the layered series of Quodoushka sessions . Human sexuality is both very simple and most complex.
In the book, Amara’s skillful use of language clarifies the sexual/spiritual circuity of women and men with deep insight and, thankfully, much delight.” Richard Beck Peacock