Want Unlimited Sexual Energy To Enhance Your Every Day Life?

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Do you effectively use your sexual energy?

Beyond creating pleasure in sex, sex energy is a creative force that inspires creativity, attraction, and power in your life.

 My friend Ruwan decided to tackle this subject after reading Think and Grow Rich, a book that influenced many pieces of success literature including The Secret and “The Law of Attraction” craze made popular by Oprah a few years ago.

“The Mysteries of Sex Transmutation” which essentially says that sexual energy can be used to feed every other area of your life. For the last eight years I have been using breathing techniques so my sex energy can turn on my entire body and not just feel it in my vagina.

For many of us that have experienced sexual abuse, impotence, premature ejaculation, addiction to porn or a shutdown in feeling, this practice can be hard. But by using specific breathing techniques, I will help you rediscover a more turned on quality of energy that will allow you to celebrate your sexuality and be free to be your most authentic self.

I am super excited to bring to you a live training taught by myself, and two other experts, Ruwan Meepagala and Isaac Navias. This information is so hard to come by, yet so incredibly powerful, so I really hope you join us on:

In the webinar they will share:

  • How to grow sexual energy to increase your magnetism and vibration
  • How to convert overwhelm and self­sabotage into a powerful creative force
  • How to energetically penetrate others for powerful connections

The live training starts at 3PM ET on Thursday, September 29 and best of all for you, it’s FREE! All you need to do to join us is sign up HERE.

Love & Medicine,
Cindee

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Quotable Friday: Jalaluddin Rumi

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Take Action Monday: Peace Begins With You

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Take Action Monday: Gratitude

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Take Action Monday: Explore Action

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Quotable Friday- Ram Dass

” I would like my life to be a statement of love and compassion – and where it isn’t, that’s where my work lies.”
-Ram Dass

 

 

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Daily Intent: Have a Warrior’s Heart

Daily Intent: September 2, 2016

Have a Warrior’s Heart.

Show up to your life.
Be your own leader.
Listen to your heart.

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Daily Intent: Have a Warrior’s Heart

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Resource Wednesdays-Kitchen Table Wisdom

In her book, Kitchen Table Wisdom, Rachael Naomi Remen shares an important insight: “Reclaiming ourselves usually means coming to recognize that we have in us both sides of everything. We are capable of fear and courage, generosity and selfishness, vulnerability and strength. These things do not cancel each other out, but offer us a full range of power and response to life.”

If you have not read Kitchen Table Wisdom, I encourage you to do so. Her writing is a valuable resource for all of us on our journey. If you have already read it, I would appreciate you sharing your thoughts/feelings/learning with us.

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Take Action Mondays – Creating An Altar

Take Action Mondays – Creating An Altar

An Altar is a sacred space that makes you feel good. Add to it the things that inspire you and bring you beauty, peace and love. Use your Altar to empower your Spirit and allow to to give you a lift when in need.

Take pleasure in yourself everyday.

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Storytelling Tuesdays

Rio Returned My Spirit.

In October 2007 I left my job without a plan and removed myself from a unhealthy relationship. Less than two months later I boarded a plane and headed to Brazil to go on my first Yoga training. What turned into a ten day quest became a four month solo odyssey filled with opportunity never knowing that I was going all the way to Brazil to connect to my spirit and call it back home.

I was on a spontaneous mission to stand strong and undo the fear, the suffering and addictions that ripped through my soul and still ruled my life. I craved strength and balanced energy yet through my travels I was still so between surrounding myself with people with the good vibes and the ones that were detrimental to my healing.

Over the next few months I continued to pray for relief from the pain that concealed my Spirit. Then, I got robbed in Rio, my prayers were finally answered.

I was living as a gypsy, couch to floor, house to house. My intention had been to be a part of Carnival and all its energy but after being robbed I followed my Spirit and left all the people I was with and opted for a hotel room 25 floors above the sea and the hundred thousand people below dressed in white.

Getting robbed instantaneously gave me what I needed. Through the fears, I used the powers of opportunity that were gifted to me through this experience to create my own strength, inspire energy of my own making and a profound moment of a grounding in my life that my heart ached for. I looked down upon the beach and for the first time in my life I fearlessly stood by myself but no longer alone as my Spirit came home.

The next morning, escorted to the bus depot, I purchased a one way ticket and seventeen hours later I arrived to the home of a beautiful *friend I met along my travels. It was one of the first times I truly received from someone, the nurture and nourishment I found in myself the night before.

It doesn’t matter the situation or the location, when we are ready to call home our Spirit, it will come.

Love & Medicine,

Cindee

*The friend and I still share connection and have seen each other over the years.

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