I Love

I have been on such an amazing journey since I made the decision to fulfill my life purpose here on the planet.  Many times over the last year and a half, I would have said amazingly horrible journey.  Today I am in a place of saying amazingly perfect.  It all came to a culmination for me last night as I was driving to my friend's house, and sobbing all the way there.  Mostly, they were tears of joy.  With a bit of fear harmonizing in occasionally....

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The Letting Go

I am (in case you haven't heard) one of the world's great criers.  I actually like crying.  You know those people that never cry?  I can't relate.  In fact, I don't know how I'd get through life without it.  I express all of my core feelings through tears- fear, anger, joy, sadness, and sexual feelings.  Crying is a release.  Orgasm is a release.  Do you see what I'm saying?  It feels good.  And if I don't do it enough, I can feel that I'm not doing it enough. (Hey, same with orgasm, haha!) When people don't express their feelings  (and crying is an essential ...

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Just Say Yes(tra) to Zestra!

There seems to be this new trend of sex toy companies sending out free products to people like myself, in hopes that they'll try the product out, use it, and then write a blog telling the whole world how great it is!  My friend got a "Magic Banana" sent to her.  (She showed it to me on Skype- no, she was NOT using it at the time- and it looks pretty cool.)  I want a Magic Banana, too.  But I just may have to buy my own, because one hasn't been offered to me.  I did, however, get an offer to try a new product called Zestra. Do understand that I am not the type to ...

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“Extreme Self Care”

Back when The Oprah Winfrey Show was big, Oprah used to feature a life coach named Cheryl Richardson.  Cheryl used to talk about a concept called “extreme self care”.  In fact, she wrote a book called The Art of Extreme Self Care.  I have not read Cheryl’s book, but I have borrowed the term she coined and I strive to engage in extreme self care daily. In the study of iridology, people are classified as different types according to what their irises, the colored parts of their eyes, look like.  I am what’s known as a Stream Jewel.  A Stream Jewel has the ...

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Self-Love at it’s Best

What if you were making love to someone really special?  Would you put extra care into things like the room you were making love in, the atmosphere, your personal hygiene? Well, what if you did that all “just” for yourself?  Plan some self-pleasuring time.  Make it luxuriously expansive, like say set two hours aside for it.  Prepare yourself by bathing or showering, shaving, whatever you would normally do to prepare for a hot date.  Put on some lotion, perfume, or cologne to make yourself smell really good too.  Have the room you choose to use ready ahead of ...

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Masturbation- Not Just for Teenagers

This being National Masturbation Month and all, I am inspired to write about masturbation.  First of all, we need to do something about that word.  Lots of negative connotations to the word “masturbation”, wouldn’t you say?  For me, it conjures up images of horny teens with acne ejaculating into tissues, and the words “secret” and “shame” come to mind (no pun intended).  And we have been told many crazy things about masturbation over the decades, to discourage us from doing it:  It will make you grow hair on your palms.  It’s a sin.  It’s a sin ...

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My Space

Nah, I don't mean that popular social networking site.  (I think that's MySpace anyway.)  I mean MY SPACE; ME. Let me explain.  Last night I was sitting on my mat at the beginning of yoga class, and my teacher (my favorite yoga instructor whom I loooove) invited us to use our breath to guide us into our yoga practice, to kind of "fall" into our own space.  She said something like:  "what's going on in the world is not your business, what's going on in your friends and families' lives is not your business, what's going on in your space IS your business".  And ...

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The Energy Stream

Recently I developed a new technique for those moments when I am  having any type of negative thought.  I made reference to it the other day in a blog.  It’s very simple.  I simply imagine a sea of compassion and unconditional love floating toward me, and then I receive it when it arrives. It felt very easy for me to do, right from the first time I did it.  I would even say I was  naturally masterful at it. So the other day I was doing it, basking in the warm glow of the love and compassion I was receiving and I had a thought: maybe I am not really creating ...

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Texting Love

Lately I have been working on loving myself at a deeper level.  I have been learning to love myself for like ten years, but now I am really digging my self-loathing out by the roots. Yes, we all have it, or some degree of it inside ourselves, even if we had a "good childhood", even if our parents did a "good job", it doesn't take much for us as infants and toddlers to get the idea that there is somehow something wrong with us, or that we are not good enough. By the way, when I say "learning", what I really mean is remembering Who I Really Am.  I am made in the ...

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Dance Recital Musings

Today I went to my daughter’s dance recital.  Normally, I don’t look forward to three hours of consecutive entertainment, and today was no different. (I want to see my kid dancing, just not her and everyone else’s kid, for so long ) But even in the midst of my bad attitude, I started having some positive thoughts. As I was sitting there looking into the faces of all these children, I started to think: each one of these human beings in front of me is one tiny wave on the sea of God.  Each one of these kids represents a different flavor of God(dess). Some were ...

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