The Pleasure Paradox is the recognition that to genuinely and authentically stand for pleasure one must be deeply committed to feeling ones full range.
Explore what are widely seen as the Great Love stories of history and literature and you’ll see some common themes: tragedy, death, violence, doom.
“For your health and happiness, remember two things: eat well and make Love.” ~ Tiberio Simone
Intense times call for intense measures, which are executed in simple, loving ways.
Our Lover is our Temple, our Love is our Prayer.
“You are the Temple I return to again and again, Dropping to the floor in devotion…”
Too many of us walk around either repressing our ‘turn-on’ or ‘relieving the sexual tension’ that emerges with being turned-on, the second it arises.
Here’s the bottom line: a woman’s womb is her own. She must claim her empowered womb as her own – and set boundaries with partners from this empowered space.
Self-care practices teach us how to allow Pleasure into our bodies, and learn to more lovingly care for ourselves.
(c) Ariel A. White Painting by Jozette Inanna Angelique