One of the most important relationships we have (besides the one we have with ourselves) is with our partner. But life gets busy, we work so hard, we get stuck in a routine and, so often, we let our relationships fall into neglect.
How do we get back in touch with ourselves – our wants, desires and our own sensuality – and reconnect with our partner?
Speaking with Intuitive Guide and Sacred Circle Holder, Mitle Southey on her Spirited Sisters Podcast, we take a deep dive into:
- self worth and connecting with your sensual female energy
- sexual and emotional intimacy
- what ‘sensually embodied’ and ‘erotically empowered’ mean
- connecting with your partner outside of the bedroom
- the role of a sexologist
- how a sexologist works with women and couples
- how to communicate your needs to your partner
- when to seek support and help; and
- I lead you in a short exercise to becoming present and connecting with your body.
As a woman, know that you can learn to draw on your divine feminine energy, expand your potential for pleasure and create the life and relationships you want.
To take the first step to connecting with your own divine, feminine energy, download a copy of my e-book Liberated, join the waitlist for the Sensual and Soulful Online Programme or if you’d like to connect and talk about if/how coaching might work for you book in for a Get in Touch session.
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A big thank you to Mitle Southey
Mitle is a former lawyer turned Intuitive Guide and Sacred Circle Holder. She has been trained in the leading edge science of intuition and as a modern day Priestess and contemporary Mystic with the Institute for Intuitive Intelligence. Her role as a sacred circle holder is to guide women to discover their unique purpose, innate self-worth and deepest wisdom.
She brings a modern spin to the ancient and sacred tradition of women’s circles to women online, through her Spirited Sisters Podcast (was Dare to Flourish) and in person in Australia and around the world. Through Circle School, she guides, mentors and supports women stepping into the role of Circle Holder.