Entering the shamanic realms is a stepping into the timeless harmony of infinity where we can listen and feel our oneness with Creation. When we stop the world we know another world appears. If you have ever become quiet enough to have a direct communion with a tree, a rock or a stream of water, you know that there is another language that arises when we stop the world we know. We can feel the subtle vibrations of nature, where a tree has quite a different ‘voice’ than the wind. This is the place where magical transformation happens, but not for the reasons we think.
Have you ever felt the power and the vibration of a physical place? A power that left you feeling energized, awakened, vitalized or ready for a big life change? What you experienced was a sacred site – a power place that holds specific frequencies and vibrations. These wonderful sites can amplify and accelerate transformation, growth, the power of healing, creativity, purification and much, much more.
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.
Thank you, everyone, who participated in the scholarship contest. We were moved by everyone’s passion and beautiful expression.
The first place winner of the scholarship contest is Elizabeth with her submission of “A Woman’s Way to Lead” song she created for this contest. You can hear her playing the piano, as she sings the song she wrote here:
And our second winner is Anisoara with a video of her talking from her heart:
As I’m about to venture off on a family trip to the Bahamas to celebrate my Mom’s Golden Birthday, I can’t shake the feeling that this is the trip that matters most. I’m so proud of her age, but even now she gets mad if I say how old she is, so let’s just say it’s really golden 🙂
Being an ecstatic traveler who’s often worlds away (even when I’m in the country), I know that there is an invisible, inescapable family tether that is tied to every action I take. Usually, I’m not thinking about those original knots that launched me into life, but they’re having their way all the same.
When I reflect on the love I feel, the love I’ve received, the love I’ve given, as well as the love I missed or withheld, my heart beats with the feeling I could have done more.