Tantric Nipple Play via Psalm Isadora.

Psalm Isadora is the top tantra expert in the world, and a highly sought-after sexuality, relationship, and trauma expert specializing in women’s health and empowerment as well as modern sexual education. For more of Psalm’s insights on the tantric approach to sex and relationships, explore her class, Tantra 101: Awaken Your Sexuality & Deepen Your Mind-Body-Soul Connection.

“Most women don’t know that their breasts are orgasmic. We’re so focused on having an orgasm through clitoral stimulation and/or vaginal penetration that we miss out on so many other great forms of stimulation. Our entire bodies are orgasmic.

Rutgers University researchers discovered through MRI brain scans that nipple stimulation activates the same nerve cortex as clitoral and genital stimulation. (Your brain actually doesn’t know the difference.)

So, in honor of National Masturbation Month, I want to introduce you to tantric breast massage. With this practice, you can have what I call a nipple-gasm through self-pleasure or with your partner.” © Psalm Isadora

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Dare to Awaken the Tempest of the Temptress. Via Krystal Rose.

 

“Dare to awaken the tempest of the temptress my dear sister. Let the milk and honey drip down your thighs and let yourself remember. Much like the sacred prostitute- the temptress and seductress has been tainted- demonized- and reduced to the vision of the home wrecker. I mourn for this sooo much- as the temptress and seductress within are our vitality as women. They are they milk and honey of this Earth- but we have forgotten. We have forgotten the temptation of nourishment of the breast- how seduced we were by our mother’s softness and sensuality. We deny the temptation that is exuded by our very blood- the scent that draws the men to their knees and whispers their true name when we ovulate. We no longer remember the strength of our shaking hips- more powerful than any promise of the tyrants- when we would quake like the Earth and the men would throw their swords on the ground and make love instead of war. We forget the women who saved their people by using her natural, divine, state of WOMAN to seduce the enemy away to his untimely death. We forget the seduction of The Earth herself- how sensual her waters are, how erotic her fires are- how erect her trees stand in their potency, the gasp of air upon orgasm. We have forgotten that sensuality is innocent and pure- as well as dark and deep! I attribute this to our privilege. In other lands, the temptress and seductress are still worshiped and honored in their truth. In some she is abhorred and raped still- and so she contains attributes of darkness and anger. However- she is pure. Just as the first goddess Lilith- the temptress remembers her truth and is unashamed of her power. She arrives at Eden knowing all of the wild creature’s names already- for she FEELS them. She is the wild- she is the one who cannot be tamed. She demands to be loved without being captured. When she is trapped- she seeks to destroy, to hurt- but this is not her true nature. Every day I hope and pray that each woman awakens the tempest of the temptress within her- that she ravishes the life she lives and kisses the dirtiest parts of her own soul!!! For loving the temptress, the very Shakti vitality that makes being a woman so, utterly worth it.” ~ @ Krystal Rose

Three Things to Know Before Seeking Polyamorous Love.

*Polyamory: The philosophy or state of being in love or romantically involved with more than one person at the same time.

Polyamory isn’t a fringe topic anymore.

And for the record, it’s not polygamy. But every conversation I’ve had recently about polyamory has had some mention of polygamy, even if it was just a passing joke to make the distinction.

The most frequent comment I hear from readers is that they never thought they would be “one of those people.”

Sally, an executive with a reputation to protect, confessed that she has never felt such freedom in her heart, since she has become romantically involved with two other people.

“You know, everyone assumes it’s about the sex, and of course we’re having it (in spades), but it’s really about finding expression as a human being. I mean, if I fall in love with two people, or three, why am I labeled a freak?”

Because, Sally, we have been programmed to believe that it’s impossible and wrong to intimately love more than one person. The reasons we believe this are complex and connected to the survival of the ego.

Three things to know about poly love:

1.~Poly love must be entered into with the same commitment to honesty, respect, and transparency as any other relationship.

Every relationship is subject to these cornerstones, and just because we swing from the chandelier with more than one lover, doesn’t mean that we can skip honoring our love in this way.

When it comes to dishonesty, don’t accept anything in poly love that you wouldn’t accept in another relationship.

Poly doesn’t mean “no rules” unless you’ve all agreed to it. Even with no rules, we have to observe the other people’s boundaries about having no rules.

If you’re entering into a new poly love and feel that all partners aren’t on the same page about certain requirements, have a discussion about it. If things don’t feel right, don’t do it. Make sure that you state your needs clearly. Often we don’t get what we want from a partner because we have simply failed to ask. If they’re angry because of your honesty, then this is a clue about the longevity of the relationship.

More here my loves, Three Things to Know before Seeking Polyamorous Love. | elephant journal

Now on Amazon! The Raven and The Aspen King.

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My loves, The Raven and the Aspen King is now available in Paperback and Kindle

Thank you so much for reading and sharing this lustful tale. I am grateful and welcome your reviews.

Aiden. He’s everything they want – Holly, Sahara and Iona, all in love with a man who’s crossed centuries to find them.

In this continuation of a passionate story that defies rules and boundaries, fall in love all over again with the mystery of well-kept secrets, erotic encounters and the magic that ties it all together.

Book Two of the Dark Pool Trilogy, The Raven and the Aspen King, keeps its promises. There is nothing like a lusty dip into forbidden waters.

 

 

Announcing: The Raven and the Aspen King

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Hey darlings, here is the new cover for the Raven and the Aspen King, due  for release next week!

The magic continues in The Dark Pool Trilogy! Once again, meet Aiden and Sahara on their journey into love and erotic mysticism.

I will send another note as soon as we are live, and thank you dear readers for your continued and enthusiastic support!

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One Simple, Sexy practice That can Save a Relationship.

PORTRAIT OF COTILLARD MARION, FAMOUS FRENCH ACTRESS

“Your hand touching mine. This is how galaxies collide.” ~ Sanober Khan

 “We’ve grown apart.”

When I was a teenager, I wondered what adults meant by this. I imagined some kind of moving walkway, like the ones at the airport, with lovers passing in opposite directions, hands reaching, hearts breaking…my imagination could not fathom love just ending.

“Where did it go?” I would ask.

But I was young then, and had romantic notions about love being a bottomless well of possibilities. (Okay, maybe I still do have those notions.)

Of course, I now understand how this “growing apart” happens. It’s not the love itself that fades as much as we fade away from each other.

No love affair is perfect. For instance, as I write this, I’m in the middle of a disagreement with my partner about something silly, and we’ve been in our separate corners, chewing on our opposing views. Real life, real love…and Mercury Retrograde. (Communication woes!)

All love waxes and wanes in cycles; it’s perfectly normal and fine to have disagreements, and even arguments, or grow at an in-congruent pace—but that’s not the growing apart I’m speaking of.

When couples drift apart, it is generally due to a systemic decrease in intimacy. By intimacy, I mean all connections: emotional, physical and spiritual.

In my experience, intimacy is even more important in a relationship than love. Love is an emotion or feeling, while intimacy is a constant commitment.

There are many ways of maintaining intimacy: through communication (via good listening skills), by living authentically (and encouraging our partner to do the same), through mindful gestures, or through sexual contact.

More here...http://www.elephantjournal.com/2016/12/one-simple-sexy-practice-that-can-save-a-relationship/