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Saturday
Oct012016

* Self-Love and Relationships

 “I love everyone, and you’re next!”

The refrigerator magnet displaying these exuberant words describes the loving nature of its owner, my friend Lilly.  Lilly exudes an infectiously loving vibration toward everyone she meets. Her smiles, embraces, and energetic connections melt even the coldest of hearts, for they feel her sincere full-presence and compassion. Harmony reigns in Lilly’s friendships and marriage, for they’re built on a foundation of respect, appreciation and love – for her loved ones and herself.  

Such a strong expression of outward-flowing love comes from deep inner-love and high self-esteem. Lilly’s effusive love for others is a result of her exploration and appreciation of her own unique body, mind and soul. By honoring the truth of who she is, she can more clearly appreciate and respect the individual natures of others. In her interpersonal relationships, Lilly’s self-esteem is demonstrated with not just an open heart, but also with strong boundaries, honest communication and self-care. These enable her to cultivate and enjoy healthy relationships based on truth, mutual-respect and love.

If everyone possessed Lilly’s high self-esteem, harmony would reign in all relationships on the planet -  from intimate to political. Humanity would head toward another Renaissance and away from collapse.

Dr. Lori BuckleySelf-love and relationship is the topic that Dr. Lori Buckley and I recently discussed on her podcast show, Looking for Love.  Dr. Lori is a brilliant therapist who has helped hundreds of women and men navigate through their relationship challenges. She also believes that strong self-esteem as a necessity for a healthy relationships.  

In this show, we share ideas and exercises that help women enhance their self-love. Dr. Lori, who is down-to-earth and overflowing with positive energy, provides a psychological perspective, while I offer information from a spiritual and energetic angle. In this entertaining exchange of insights we hope to inspire and encourage women everywhere to develop a foundation of exuberant self-love, so that all relationships, and indeed, the entire planet, can become more loving.

You can hear this episode of the Looking for Love with Dr. Lori Buckley podcast on iTunes. Look for the “Self Love.” Episode.

To learn more about Dr. Lori Buckley and her work, go to DrLoriBuckley.com

 

Wednesday
Aug032016

** Loving Yourself Through Sexual Dysfunction

Men’s sexual malfunctions are no secret. Pharmaceutical drug companies spend millions of dollars every year to sell their E.D. drugs, making it clear that male sexual dysfunction is not a rare occurrence. Seldom do we hear about women’s sexual dysfunction, except perhaps in conversation with a girlfriend. Yet this frustrating ailment affects millions of American women of all ages, and is caused by stress, hormonal imbalances, and even not enough sex. While there is no magic pill that remedies low libido and painful sex in women (at this time, anyway), there are a great number of holistic treatments and practices that can.

The following infographic, Not Just a Man’s World: Sexual Dysfunction Among Women (and What to Do About it) from www.xsandos.net provides excellent information and solutions to your yoni woes. It explains the prevalence of female sexual dysfunction, why it occurs, and how to relieve the symptoms and restore your sexual health. Recommended remedies include quick fixes for immediate relief and long-term solutions for enduring yoni and sexual health. They are well-researched, effective and good for you. 

Taking responsibility for your love-making abilities is empowering, self-loving and good for your intimate relationship(s).

So if your yoni doesn’t cooperate in the bedroom, don’t give up. You can renew your youthful enthusiasm for sex. And you’ll love yourself for it!

Not Just a Man’s World Sexual Dysfunction Among Women

Sunday
Mar202016

* Foremothers of the Women's Spirituality Movement

The Divine Feminine began to gently enter my being during my early 20s. I didn’t even realize what was happening at the time, and yet I was guided to connect with Spirit as I never had before. I felt her loving presence in nature. The female form became a common motif in my artwork. I embraced my independence and felt joyful to take care of myself. Looking back, I don’t know where this influence came from. I didn’t know about women’s groups or have any “goddess” girlfriends. I hadn’t read any goddess-focused books. Now that I look back, I think I was tapping into the collective consciousness of women who revered the female aspects of a higher power and her many forms, and their own feminine presence on the planet. I was feeling the wave of the Women’s Spirituality Movement.

The Women’s Spirituality Movement emerged in the late 1970s, when a handful of women around the USA and Europe answered an inner-calling to share information about earth-loving, community-focused, goddess-rooted spirituality and new discoveries of ancient women’s history. These remarkable pioneers facilitated the experiences that helped the lay women to commune with the Feminine Presence. They taught us the value of feminine principles, and encouraged us to appreciate our own innate gifts as women.

By the 1980s, clusters of women around the world began to recognize the feminine face of God, and grew fearlessly and proudly into their own true natures as women. The consciousness of these goddess-inspired women spread as more and more women heard the voice, or felt the touch, of Goddess.

Today we honor these remarkable founders of the Women’s Spirituality Movement with the book Foremothers of the Women’s Spirituality Movement: Elders and Visionaries. Edited by scholars and authors (and Foremothers, themselves) Miriam Robbins Dexter (Wence the Goddess, Sacred Display) and Vicki Noble (Shakti Woman, Double Goddess), this anthology features articles from many of the most influential and studied teachers, authors, scholars, artists, priestesses and activists of this vital Movement. Contributors including Riane Eisler, Starhawk, Carol Christ and dozens of others, paint the picture of their inspirations, challenges and achievements. They take us back to an exciting time when women’s empowerment was on the rise, and when our culture began to shift as a result.

I began to discover some of the life-altering works of our Foremothers in the 1990s, after I was introduced to the female-honoring principles of Tantric Yoga. My thirst for information about goddess-focused cultures was intense, and I was blessed that many books on the subject were available. Many were written by these Foremothers. With each book I read and every woman’s circle I attended, I became more connected with a feminine Higher Power and learned of her myriad forms. I grew more and more appreciative of my own innate, womanly gifts and more proud of being a woman. My life was positively changed by this information, and I was directed to discover my purpose. I’m grateful for the work of our Foremothers to uplift women and save Earth.

Foremothers of the Spirituality Movement comes at a crucial time when feminine energy is still greatly needed to balance the masculine energy that dominates the planet. It reflects the gains of women over the past thirty years, and inspires us to continue to integrate feminine principles into our money-honoring, earth-abusing culture, so that we continue to grow as women and thrive as a species.

This book is a must-read for women of every age, including women who have been practitioners of women’s spirituality for years, and those who are just beginning to hear the call of the Goddess.