In this episode, I share reflections on some of my FAVOURITE love songs and poems. (I also have a moment of vulnerability listening to a classic Bee Gee's tune ) A gift from my heart to yours. Enjoy! <3
Music Credits: Jai Uttal, Bob Marley, Bee Gee's, Elton John, Neil Young, The Beatles
Poetry: The Radiance Sutras by Loren Roche, Rumi by Coleman Barks, Growing in Love by Meaghan Colleen Beattie
In this episode, I break down the difference between guilt and shame and offer some suggestions for dealing with these feelings in a constructive way. I also look at the etymology of the word 'sin' and reclaim it as a way to align with our spiritual source WITHOUT the fear, judgement or eternal damnation of mainstream Christianity.
Music credits: Fats Domino, Evelyn Champagne King, INXS, The Police and Red Hot Chilli Peppers
In this episode, I welcome my good friend Amy Color to discuss her insights working with over 10,000 clients as an Intimacy Therapy Coach. Enjoy!
In this episode, it gets personal. I tell stories about my penis. And other interesting stuff for both men and women to know about the male sexual member. Including my favorite smoothie receipe for added sexual vigor AND a serious moment about male circumcision.
Music credit: Anugama
In this episode, I share personal stories about how facing our fears and our attitude about "negative" experiences can bring a sense of power to create our ideal outcome. Also, I offer a few suggestions for dealing with dark sexual desires (including age play and rape fantasies) as well as outlets for our more sadistic impulses. Enjoy!
In this episode, I invite Aeriel Colleen Smith back to discuss her views on Tantra and how it's impacted her life. Music credits: Deva Premal, James Randall Smith, Jai Uttal
Please note: there were a few technical difficulties making this episode and the amount of reverb effect on Aeriel's voice was unintentional.
In this episode, I discuss the spiritual path of tantra as understood from my own experience and perspective. We'll explore the origins of the word itself as well as some practices, some philosophy and I share the story of my kundalini awakening. [Please NOTE: this is NOT about sexual tantra specifically. I'll cover that in more detial soon!]
Music credits: Jai Uttal, Shastro, James Smith, Deva Premal
[TRIGGER WARNING] In this episode, I define the term shadow and discuss the benefits and lessons learned from doing shadow work. I explore sensitive topics including the distinction between embracing our dark/taboo impulses and acting on them as well as the moral implications of child sexual abuse.
Music credits: Meredith Brooks, George Thoroughgood, Chris Isaac and Jace Everett