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Most of us know the thrill and excitement that is attached to the right kind of flirty interaction. This erotic life force, or what could be called Eros energy, has such potency, and should be celebrated and explored! Today on the show we are discussing our experiences of erotic energy, and how it goes beyond just wanting to have sex with someone. We talk about how it can translate into our careers, diet, and friendships. Being 'turned on' can take many forms and as soon as you open yourself up to the inspiration that can be centered in the deepest parts of you, we think you are likely to live a life of more excitement and curiosity. This also comes into the idea of playfulness, and why the continual peeling back of conditioned layers that so many of us carry unconsciously, can be so liberating. Other topics discussed in our chat today include the love language of roasting, the peaks and valleys of our libido, and some thoughts on taking responsibility for our own education and journey around erotic energy. To hear it all, make sure to join us for this deep excavation!
Key Points From This Episode:
- Spilling hot coffee, taking ourselves seriously, and the love language of thoughtful burns!
- How flirting and roasting overlap; understanding this important part of romantic communication.
- The adult need for play; different ways that we can bring this childlike energy into our lives.
- Why flirty energy and interactions feel so good to us!
- How the different energies we contain are united in some ways as our innate life force.
- The natural rises and falls that our libido will go through during the different seasons of our lives.
- Experiments with visualization and channeling sexual energy in our bodies!
- Thinking about the term 'turned on', and how we can expand this idea.
- Why shame and control are such a big part of how erotic energy has been dealt with.
- Separating our erotic energy from something purely sexual.
- Considering better ways to educate each other around these issues.
- How personal responsibility and independence can help us make progress.
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