Do you know that feeling when your beloved caresses you – and your skin lights up, you get goose bumps, you feel that lovely warm rush and tingling throughout your body and you just want more.
How long has it been since you felt that?
I ask because I talk to women all the time who haven’t felt that in years…that rush of anticipation, those goosebumps, that excitement, that sense of desire – and they miss it. Sadly, the longer it’s been gone, the further away from it we are, the more distant it seems and the less we relate to it.
You probably know that feeling, where that look of desire from your partner, prompts frustration, sometimes even anger – “just get away from me” “Oh No, not now” “I’m busy” “I’m tired.” That something that used to make you giggle now makes you cringe and even sometimes makes you want to lash out because it feels more like control an obligation.
Some women come to accept this as just part of aging, because so many of their friends are experiencing it. So it must be normal. Others know it’s not normal, but they don’t know how to fix it. They think maybe it’s them, their mind.
I have news for you, it isn’t normal, it isn’t age, and it isn’t you… It is however, one of the most common and humiliating parts of exhaustion. I hear this all the time, women feeling like maybe they’ve fallen out of love with their spouse, or that they’ve grown apart, just don’t have anything in common any more or just don’t connect. It is pretty hard to feel connected to your partner if you never have real intimacy. In reality, that’s the exhaustion talking. The distance you experience is being created by cells that are struggling to just do the basics. When we are living at this level of wear down, passion isn’t a body priority.
But passion is essential, it is one of our essential beautiful virtues, it is a major source of our creative inspiration, it is a way we experience the spark of life, how we connect to our beloved, how we get in touch with our feminine power, and honestly, it is a major way we experience spirit. Passion is connection to our life force and if we lose it, we lose something so precious.
So what would it be like to get that back?
What would a return of passion due to your life?
What would it do to your body?
The ancient Chinese texts that talk about practices to enhance passion and pleasure also speak of the women who practiced these techniques – experience of passion consistently in their lives created extended youth, longevity, beauty, vibrancy and vitality, which means that this isn’t just something we do for fun, it’s deeply connected to our longevity and health experience. There are indications that when passion is present in our life, our hormones are more balanced, literally Estrogen, progesterone, testosterone are more balanced. Meaning it’s not a luxury, it’s a necessity.
Luckily, it can come back. See, a lot of people try to solve this by just filling women with hormones and libido enhancing herbs and substances. I’ve seen that fail 9 times out of 10. Mainly because they’re not solving the problem – It’s the exhaustion. If you’re exhausted and never replenishing, then why would you care about passion and intimacy?
To get it back, you have to repair the exhaustion, refuel the cells, restore hormonal balance from inside the body. It’s possible.
What would passion do in your life?
What would it do to your relationships?
To the way your sparkle when you walk in a room?
To your confidence?
How would it feel to have that glow that comes from feeling truly happy, relaxed, content, and fulfilled?
What happens when that’s possible for you?
Now, truth is, passion is not a luxury, it is an essential, and it can come back, and along with it, your vitality, creativity, inspiration, hormonal balance, sleep, joy, and metabolism when it gets dealt with at the root. It may not be quick. It may not always be easy, but it’s possible.
If you want to know why your life is lacking passion and see IF we can help you heal and get it back, book a call with us!