Emotional Intimacy vs Sexual Intimacy
As the years have gone on, there's one distinction that has become clearer and clearer to me around this crazy thing called Love.
And that is the pathway to sexual intimacy, well at least one with depth and sweetness - is through emotional intimacy and connection.
And by emotional intimacy, I don't mean becoming highly emotional and then making love to 'make it better'. I mean tender, heart connected, verbal and non-verbal, non-threatening, caring intimacy.
Jumping straight to sex or sexual intimacy can often be used as a band-aid or can create a shallow connection, without the involvment of our hearts and our feelings.
Today I share about this important topic and some tips on this pathway if you are in need of some connection right now.
The Making Love Retreat is fast approaching - 19th - 25th March - there's still time if you wish to grab your spot. Here's what one lovely participant, Jane, said recently -
"I cannot speak more highly of Janet and Gene’s Making Love Retreat that I attended with my husband in October 2016. The teachings are so simple and yet so profound. A year prior to the retreat, we had decided to separate after 17 years of marriage. Our relationship had become very stuck and toxic, which underneath was all related to a loss of loving intimacy. The retreat has completely transformed our relationship. If any of the old ways of relating come back, we simple come back to the practices from the retreat, and we instantly return to deep love, relaxation and harmony in our relationship and our family unit with our teenage sons." - Jane Mallick, PhD Yoga Teacher and Coach
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Montville, Sunshine Coast, QLD
The Making Love Retreat
Sunshine Coast, Qld