Communication in our Sexual Encounters

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Communicating honestly is the most important thing we can do for our relationships. Many individuals today have trouble communicating their thoughts, their feelings, whats going on inside the mind. Working with my clients I have seen communication breakdown over and over again. They get tired. They get exhausted when they feel they have to repeat themselves to get their point across. What if we could imagine stepping into the other’s shoes. Even if only a little. We’re then able to get out of ourselves and into somewhat of a state of understanding where the other person is coming from. It’s hard sometimes to get out of ourself, our emotional heart center and into a Spirit centered place. Everything really is a lot easier when we can be directed from Spirit. If your someone who doesn’t believe that we are Spiritual beings inside human bodies, then I ask you to think it from whatever place you can that lets you think outside the physical self. If your more comfortable using the word “intuition”, “higher self”, “guides’, go ahead, Use what you are comfortable with.

When it comes to our sexuality, communication it still very important. We need to not be afraid to express what we would like to see happen in our sex lives. Men generally want to please their partner, but if their partner isn’t willing or afraid to communicate what he or she wants, then both parties get left disappointed. However, when we can be open to discussions around our sexuality, what we want, don’t want, or even what we would like to just talk about, then we open the door for further enhancement of the relationship. Weather an idea is acted out isn’t necessarily the means to the communicating, it’s the effects that happen during and after the communication! One of these after effects is a feeling of relaxation; a lift off the shoulders of what’s ben during inside to speak.

With the services I provide, such as my email and personal development coaching, I can guide you on what to say, what subjects to stay away from, the tone of your voice, body expressions, intentions behind your words, in order to help facilitate a healthy journey into a new sexual life.

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In Love and Light,

Barbara Anne Rose

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