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Do you spend enough quiet time with God? On this show, we will examine our true intimacy with God. We have time to work, pick the kids up from school, take vacations, visit family and friends, etc. But how much time do we actually spend with God alone? Join us and let's talk about it.
Facilitator: Pastor David Williams
Put the kids to bed, turn the lights down low, light a candle, and snuggle up to your honey while tuning in to the C-Spot. Tonight's show is all about intimacy, and gaining insight into ways to spark that flame and keep it going! You don't want to miss this, um, titilating chat with our special guest
Join us tonight for a juicy erotic discussion. Tonight it's going to get hot and heated as we talk about oral satisfaction and sexual intimacy. What do men and women really want in the bedroom?? It's all going down right here on Erotic Talk Radio so join in and get in on this sensual erotic conversation.
Intimacy conjures ideas of a private cozy atmosphere and is defined as an affinity for; a rapport,affection and confidence in an interaction. Empathy, understanding, and compassion are at the heart of intimacy. Researchers are beginning of understand the relationship of depression among people due to the absence of intimacy in their lives. The need to feel part of a bonded community is universal; a desire for “ being at home” emotionally. This is reflected in a common Southern congenial expression, “Make yourself at home”.
Current expectations in relationships are conditioned by previous experiences. Often we are expecting something in a relationship and not realizing this until we are not getting it. Relationships can be sabotaged by hidden expectations and lingering disappointments. Emotional memory exists outside of time. We must be aware of our own expectations (and how they are affected by our history) for there to be hope of developing intimate relationships Distrust is a feeling that someone or something is not honest and cannot be trusted and is regarded with suspicion thereby eliminating confidence in the success of new circumstances.
Mistrust is a general sense of unease toward someone or something not necessarily based on experience but on instinctive. Mistrust can evoke “Mind Reading” which is often related to a past disappointing relationship experience. We tend to expect what we previously had the opportunity to learn; we make assumptions based on our history. Then an action in the present, that is similar to a previous experience, triggers an intense negative explosive emotional reaction.
It is imperative to learn how to change the hidden expectations that work to distort a relationship, because we transfer hidden expectations from our history to present day.
In the past we have discussed how critical mindfulness is to your day-to-day well-being. All illness is affiliated with a deficiency of balance. Balance is the result of mindfulness. Mindfulness is the ability to be aware of ones environment, experiences, thoughts and feelings. Mindfulness is a process for many of us particularly in this fast paced, technology-driven and noise cluttered world that often leaves us not whole and unprepared to navigate our day to day. On this episode we will explore how to practice meditation and build a community of support to restore balance to your life and prevent the effects of "crazy making behavior".
This is usually the most overlooked aspectl in the sexual dance and yet the things Dr. Newton will share about this intimacy and foreplayas preparation to the sexual act will bring many rewards to those who are prescient enough to devote time to them! While men can get aroused very quickly, usually for a woman, this takes time. Rushing the woman into sex before she is properly prepped will not make sex a high priority for her and if her experience is not satisfying she will not really be an enthusiatic particpant in the sexual dance! Bring your hardest questions which you can ask at 347 838 9070. This show airs at 7 PM PST on Thurs, 9-25-14.
Join Andrew Aloha “Live” In "Intimacy, Tantra & Relationships Psychically Fulfilled"
Featuring Maha Dakini Lorae, Jessica Marrocco & Hamilton Magtibay
FriNite, 24 October 2014
From 7 – 8:30 pm AZT
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This month's Topic – OnLine Dating
Join Andrew Aloha and the rest of the God/desses for this online Tantra Session that's filled with spice, nice, and everything right. Aloha will be joined by Tantrica Lorae Lauritch, Sacred Sexuality Educator, certified Tantric Counselor and Tantric Healer. He’ll also be joined by Psychic Mediums Jessica Marrocco, Akashic Records, Psychic Intuitive and Past Life Regressionist; and Hamilton Magtibay, Co-Owner and Co-Founder of LastingChance.com™.
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Dr. Robert Masters and his wife Dianne discuss "Evolving Intimacy" , a book designed to challenge our excuses, blocks and regressive patterns. A must read for anyone who recognizes the need to deepen connections and embracing more authentic relationships.
Join us this sunday as we discuss a recent article featured on Urban SocialitesColorless Words: The art of the apology and the communication breakdown.
Last Summer Pharrell Williams released the song Happy, which was on his highly anticipated 2013 album Girl but also featured on the Despicable Me 2 Soundtrack. This song defined a summer and bought the concept of intentional happiness to lives of many. On the other hand this song played so often that hearing it made some people want to do anything but be happy. Repetition can remove the passion from a song and too much repetition removes the color from the lyrics, ultimately becoming a series of colorless words. It can become this way with apologies as well. Hearing I am sorry over and over again hijacks our trust instincts, wears on your ability to authentically forgive and can force us to wonder if the apology is meaningful or a just another means to an end.
1) Say “I need to apologize”
It is important to actually apologize. Some people will try to avoid actually saying I’m sorry due to their egos. Apologizing is about suspending your ego.
2) “I am apologizing for …”
Being able to acknowledge verbally and describe your offense is true accountability. Practice separately step 1 and step 2 some people will have the tendency to mush these together but they should be practiced as two separate steps.
3) “Will you forgive me?”
It is critical that you ask to be forgiven this also reinforces that you are willing to be held accountable and it highlights that this about a relationship and not just one-person feelings.
4) “what can I do to atone for my mistake.”
For the complete article check Urban Socialite on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/urbansocialites?ref=bookmarks 3pm Friday October 3rd or Intimacy and colour Facebook page.
Dr. Jeanette Raymond is a psychologist and psychotherapist with a private practice in Los Angeles California. Born in Calcutta, India, she was educated in Great Britain, getting her M.Ed before beginning her career as a child and educational psychologist. After settling in America, Dr. Raymond obtained her Ph.D. in clinical psychology and switched her focus to helping adults establish more secure relationships. She contributes to training courses for psychotherapists and offers insight and relationship advice on a regular basis via her blogs and videos.
Join us as we discuss how to overcome the challenges of emotional intimacy of your own or with a partner who has difficulty with emotional intimacy.
Join us for a live conversation between regular host Capt Hugh T Alkemi and Zana Moonflower plus the very special author and guest speaker Stuart Sovatsky, Ph.D. as they discuss biochemistry, entheogens, love, sex, tantra and intimacy!
Questions welcome 347-855-8334
The newest book, Advanced Spiritual Intimacy by Stuart will be mentioned through this interview, so pick up a copy and follow along.
Bio for Stuart:
Stuart Sovatsky, Ph.D., has been a practitioner of kundalini yoga for twenty-four years and is the director of two psychotherapy clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area. A former presenter at the World Congress on Sexology in India and the International Kundalini Research Network, he teaches at JFK University and the California Institute of Integral Studies.
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