My hobbies are as follows:
4.Making a difference.
Dolla dolla billz, yo.
I am also somewhat of a spiritual teacher. I’m also a life coach specializing in passion and personal power.
For some reason, these areas haven’t seemed to “mix” well with my professional image… I think I was still a bit scared of speaking out about this stuff for fear that someone would think poorly of me.
My question today is why? Why are sex and passion so taboo when they are so necessary & important to life?
To me, sex and creativity are one in the same.
I am a deeply sexual person. I am also a prolific creator. The combination of these two things is what breathes me and invigorates everything I do. My relationship with my husband is an endless source of inspiration, pleasure, and excitement. It gives me so much because I have such a deep desire to be filled to the brim with passion.
Passion heals. Passion reawakens your dormant diva
that lives inside of you.
Watch a belly dancer, and allow yourself to get mesmerized by her movements. Watch as she intelligently uses her body and isn’t afraid to move and undulate it in a way that is tantalizing. Doesn’t it stir something inside of you? (This is my former belly dance teacher, Sedona Soulfire. She’s spicy!)
That stirring. That desire that rises in you… Are you brave enough to meet it? Are you brave enough to look it in the eye and say to it “Yes, you belong to me” ?
Passion is there, waiting for you to reclaim it. It’s waiting for you to let it inhabit you, and live with you in your daily life.
I was so terrified of my passion for so long. I thought that it was a beast that needed to be beaten back with a crucifix. I said “Go away, evil thing! Leave me alone!”
And it did for a while. And you know what else happened? My creative spark left with it. And I got depressed.
It didn’t stay away for long, though. It came back with a vengeance. This time, it made me seek unhealthy relationships, and act in ways that felt like I was possessed! I was a saint by day, and a “devil” by night. One night stands and a trail of broken hearts were in my wake. I felt so ashamed. I just didn’t know what to do.
Passion demands your attention. It will whisper in your ear and beckon you to follow it. If you refuse to allow it to be part of your being, it will warp in ways that are less than desirable, I promise you. Illness. Mental & Physical. Broken relationships. Thwarted creativity. Stifled life. Perversions. Money issues. Junk jobs. It all points back to it.
Being spiritual DEMANDS that you heal this passion stuff. IT LITERALLY DEMANDS IT. It’s inescapable. And that is why the conversation I’m going to be having with you on this blog is going to start leaning in this direction. You’re ready for it. In fact, I feel like the world is begging for this kind of honesty.
So here it is.
To be continued… 🙂