Oh yes! You are at ease with your sexuality; you probably highly value it and feel comfortable expressing yourself and your needs in all forms. It’s a normal and natural act for you and you feel confident and certain about. Whatever you are doing now in your sex life, keep doing it! Follow the pleasure and all the things that feel good. You own your sexuality - all of its parts, light and shadow. Liberation and confidence is yours...
Stay tuned for more about keeping your libido and sexuality at the forefront of your life. I know you are all over it but I am also guessing that a few new ideas about enhancing your sexuality or moving closer to being embodied never go astray.
The world needs you turned on - don't dim your light.
You are a woman that is pretty in tune with her sexuality and libido. It's an important part of you even though you have a bit of conditioning and some old messages that might sneak in every now and again about why you shouldn’t be sexual. Despite this, you try to move through all that to embrace who you are and what you desire. You are pretty open but there are times where you feel like there is space for a little more sexual growth because sometimes you say yes to people please or keep the peace. As long as you keep honouring your yes and your no, your openness will continue to flourish and you will move always closer to being completely sexually liberated.
Stay tuned because there is plenty more in store to keep your libido humming along nicely and to curb any potential problem areas. Keep going.
There are moments where you really connect with sex but then a lot of moments when you don’t. Sex for the most part is pretty ordinary, you are bored and stuck and it isn’t as enjoyable as when you were younger or at the start of your relationship (if it was enjoyable then). It’s not on your radar and your partner has started to ask about it all. You think that maybe when the stress of your life calms down you will feel like it again.
Your libido will respond to what is happening in your every day life - think of it as a barometer. It is sensitive to your menstrual cycle, your connection with your partner, your physical health and your relationship with pleasure in general. As long as you come back to being connected to your libido and sexuality after periods of being disconnected, your intimate life will flow naturally. Be cautious of reasons turning into excuses though - this is your cue that this is more than just a period of time or a phase.
Keep your intimate and sexual life at the forefront of your life when you can and stay tuned for more guidance about boosting your libido and nurturing your sexuality. There's plenty more in store for you.
You feel closed about sex, it is pretty taboo and feelings like awkward, uncomfortable and anxious are what you associate with sex. It all feels unfamiliar and you’ve never really connected with it. It could be causing conflict in your relationship and you feel completely blocked about it all. It’s all too hard and you wish your sex problems would go away (and you don’t care if you never had it again). Usually, these sorts of feelings arise from negative (or no) education about sex growing up, trauma, shame, physical conditions that cause pain and discomfort and body image issues.
The really good news is that if you choose to get to know and explore your sexuality then you are positioned to shift and dissolve these blocks. The remedy? Good quality information about female sexuality and an open mind will permit you to open up, feel pleasure (not just pain or numbness) and create intimacy in sex.
In the meantime, don't give up hope and stay tuned because I have plenty in store to help you move from feeling closed and stuck to liberated and confident.