Have you ever wanted more passion or spark in your love life, but then been overwhelmed or confused by the positions, techniques, and rules the “experts” propose?
Let’s be honest! Some of the techniques are complicated, even ridiculous. Things like…
- Embody a primal animal
- Arrange your and your partner’s legs in alphabetical formations
- Hold your breath and roll your eyes back into your head
While these techniques might be pleasurable at some point, they can be extremely disheartening when you’re trying to create connection and passion with your partner. They can leave you frustrated and disconnected when they don’t work.
In today’s Man Alive podcast episode I brought in an expert who makes it easier for you to have an amazing sex life. Alyssa Morin is a Somatic Sex Educator, Relationship and Intimacy Guide, and founding faculty of the Institute for Erotic Intelligence. She breaks down the complexity of pleasure, embodiment, and relationship into understandable, actionable parts and pieces, without removing any of the mystery and magic of the full erotic experience!
In today’s conversation we discussed:
- The cycle of arousal most of us are caught in that actually kills spark and pleasure
- Small steps to take, alone and with a partner, that create BIG expansions in your sensuality
- The true meaning of masturbation and how to reclaim it as an act of self-care and pleasure
- The impossible idea men have about women that, when they let go of, makes sex more relaxed and connected
- 4 ways to experiment with touch that make it easier to know what you and/or a partner wants
This is a powerful conversation with two sex-positive women who are committed to you being able to create the connection and passion you want!
Even men at the top of their game find themselves wanting more from life. Man Alive is the resource for men who want more meaning, a bigger impact, unshakable confidence, a hotter sex life, more money, deeper love, solid friendships or a powerful legacy.
A version of this post was originally posted on ShanaJamesCoaching.com and is republished here with permission from the author.
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