The Pursuit of Pleasure as Personal Power
Healing and Amplifying the Integration of the Erotic Self in the Waning Patriarchy
In American culture, we often hear about the pursuit of happiness. It is a worthy pursuit, a pursuit in which we wouldn’t get very far without pleasure. I offer the pursuit of pleasure holds the promise for peace, fulfillment, and personal power. However, did you ever ask yourself why our pleasure is always served with a side of guilt? It is time to change all of that. And that is my job.
As a consciousness guide who is also a sexologist, I have committed myself to being a passion instigator and a pleasure advocate for those seeking guidance, healing, and reintegration of erotic life force into their existence. I encounter so many whose light within is dim and they can’t identify why. When we dive in and they share their stories, often a theme emerges: They are disconnected from their pleasure.
Being disconnected from your pleasure often means you are also disconnected from your erotic energy. When you disconnect from your life force of course your light will dim. But they often have resistance to that type of energy, which makes perfect sense if you were raised in this sex-negative, real pleasure-averse culture.
When I am with clients an impactful facet of our work together is sharing their story. Getting vulnerable about the places in our lives where we feel shame or guilt is the first step to owning our fully integrated power, sexuality included. It is often in the erotic realm where we choose to disintegrate ourselves into disparate pieces rather than support our wholeness. Everyone’s story is different and yet so many share the same burden of guilt, shame, and judgment they seek to release.
It is often in the erotic realm where we choose to disintegrate ourselves into disparate pieces rather than support our wholeness. Everyone’s story is different and yet so many share the same burden of guilt, shame, and judgment they seek to release.
My clients are all genders, many ethnicities, races, religions, and represent the adult…