I have been contemplating my blog and it’s purpose all day. In the process I realized something. Although I often write from my own perspective, or experiences, I’m not sure I’m really sharing a piece of myself or digging deep enough. In Tantra sessions, I ask the individuals I work with to “come as they are” and to “come with an open heart”. Although I speak and write of intimate moments, I feel myself holding back.
With this in mind, I am working on opening and sharing on a deeper level. What I have not shared is how and why I first came to Tantra. My personal experience of sexuality as a child was one of abuse. During my teen years, the damage became evident in my behaviour, my attitude, and certainly in my choice of mates.
I literally hated sex, but yet, I was drawn to it. In retrospect, I realize that I was one of those damaged girls “looking for love in all the wrong places” and the people I surrounded myself with were not healthy influences on me, or my sexuality. As I matured and began to deal with my issues around sexuality, I explored Tantra as a way of healing my own sexual blocks and trauma.
At the moment, I am not ready to get into the intimate details of that journey, but I assure you that I was successful. Through Tantric exploration, I transformed from a sexually damaged girl into a sexually empowered woman. It is almost painful to say that, I was unable to experience an orgasm for the first 25 years of my life. It was not until I faced my wounds head on and took time to heal on an emotional, physical, and sexual level that I was able to open to the orgasmic bliss that is our birth given right.
This is the purpose of this blog: to provide you with the inspiration, knowledge, and motivation to experience your own form of sensual bliss. This is what I am passionate about!