I’m moving to a new website and when I do, this product will no longer be available. It’s currently available for only $15 – so get it now.
By “Blanket Fort” I mean playful, welcoming e-course: a 33 page e-book and an 80 minute recording on Mindful Sexuality.
Mindful Sexuality is my favorite thing ever!
Mindful sexuality is my shorthand for a relationship to sex, eroticism, and being in your body which “gives you what you need.” (Whatever that may be.)
It will certainly help you to cultivate multi-orgasmic partner sex for those who are into that (cumming for fifteen minutes straight is the best).
But more important is how to find out what you need from sex and sexuality – be that a year of celibacy, a sacred relationship to masturbation, a loving monogamous relationship, or wild sex parties. (Maybe several of those things…or something else entirely.)
“I found this course so resonant that I probably would listen to anything you offered even if it was about changing your socks ” – Andy Dolph of Binauraljourneys.com
The Blanket Fort has tools for the practice of living deeply in your body in the moment… especially when that’s the last place you want to be.
The neuroscience of pattern changing – how to work with your brain instead of against it.
How to even discuss sex at all (it’s amazing how many of our voices literally disappear when we try to speak up about this!).
How to make sex more fun, deal with jealousy, stopping hating your body, and cultivate “radiant presence” (that’s code for sexiness).
All with complete permission to be where you are right now. Even (especially) when you don’t like where you are right now.
Sex has been the biggest blessing in my life
It hasn’t always been easy. I spent the first year and a half I was having sex without ever achieving an orgasm – even by myself. It was many more years before I could reliably cum with a partner.
There’s been bad sex, public sex, sex I regret, sex I wish I’d had, and sex that felt an awful lot like rape. There’ve been fantasies that scare me, things I want to try that my partners find disgusting, and always (to this day) a lot of difficulty in saying “Hey, I’m turned on right now.”
But underneath all the pain it can accumulate, and the crap that culture piles on top of it, sex as I understand it is so beautiful and so good.
These days I call a lot of things sex:
Doing enough yoga that I settle down into my pelvis and all the sensations of my body feel alive and delicious. Or experiencing a really polarized moment with a stranger – where a masculine part of them catches a feminine part of me and I can feel the universe moving in me. Settling down for an evening with my vibrator and a truly shocking fantasy. Or yes, screaming and moaning and writhing and biting while someone does me up the butt. Hard.
(None of which may appeal to you at all, of course. That’s just a small sample of my sexual experiences in the last…week.)
It’s all so beautiful.
Discovering that you can live in more of you than just that strip of skin across your forehead. That you can deeply feel and connect to the depths of your body, and maybe someone else’s body. And permission not to do it all the time or at all (permission to completely hate your body). Complete acceptance of where you’re at.
Does that sound good?
Then come on in. The Blanket Fort is always open.
An 82 minute recording and a 33 page e-book for:
Hearts! Fairies! Sparkles! Other small ridiculous things!
It’ll be the best!
I really hope you’ll join me in this challenging but oh so yummy practice of mindful sexuality. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to shoot me an e-mail.