Teaching S Factor has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. It’s challenging to put words to why I love it so much, but I will try!
What I have come to own is that I am the guardian of my erotic body. I didn’t always feel that way–I didn’t even know my body needed a guardian.
What if this year were different from other years? What if instead of making resolutions that you’ll never keep and looking everywhere outside of yourself for answers to a better life, what if you already had all the answers? Right there in your body, in your heart, right this minute.
I remember the moment. It wasn’t like any other moment in my life. When I deeply understood the profound power of my feminine. It happened about ten years ago. I had already been dancing my erotic when I had an…
I love aging. I find the passing of time fascinating, adventurous, freeing and profound. I’ve found it to be sensual, rich, and bliss-filled. And you know what? I find it to be sexyㅡprofoundly sexy.
Some changes happen to us slowly, inching forward over time. Other changes in life happen in these abrupt moments where the shift is happening quickly, immediately, in our bodies. Moments where we cannot help but to reassess, and move forward as changed women.
Your intuition is your magic and it is in you. Sometimes, you just need to slow down and listen more closely to be able to hear it. You need to trust those wonderful rumblings in your gut that say “yes,” “no,” “stay” or “go”.
The Campfire Theory …
I love being a woman. I love everything about it. The foul moods, the shimmering glee, the curves, and bumps, and soft skin… The enormous, ever changing heart. Round, grounded, fertile, arid, wet, unpredictable, and peaked we, like Mother Earth,…
When I became a mother, I was so humbled at the enormity of it all that I wanted to throw myself at my mother’s feet and beg her forgiveness for every asinine, bitchy, teen tantrum that I threw; I vowed to begin a new religion based on mother worship (enter S Factor!)⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I was never so tired, so sad, so lonely, so stir crazy, so frustrated with the endless crying. It was a lesson in instant humility… but then…
If you believe in the study of your mind, then you must believe in the study of your body. It is all so deeply linked.Stress, for example, isn’t just an overall feeling of your brain being overstimulated or overwhelmed with thoughts and to do’s. Stress affects the body with a quickened heart rate, quickened breath, tighter muscles, higher blood pressure, and high alert senses. When we bring words into the body-mind equation, things get even more complex.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Did you know that when you speak negatively to yourself – either in your mind or out loud – that you develop more anxiety overall – body sensations of buzzing, breathlessness, shaking and tension arise.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Another study found that if you think positive thoughts and words, you stimulate your frontal lobe which influences your motor cortex (the center that controls your actions) and can propel you into pleasurable physical action – like going on that hike you’ve been dreaming about or running yourself the bath you’ve been craving all day.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀