Feb 24, 2022
On this episode, we talked about:
Sex and the brain
Lack of connection with our bodies
Feeling worthy of receiving love and respect
Honoring ourself first
Definition of tantra and its relationship with sex
What we focus on, is what we create
Comparing tantric sex and conventional sex
Sex is not goal-oriented
Meeting your partners and your desires
Training your body to orgasm
Creating a different wiring system
Developing the capacity to communicate
Feeling safe to express yourself
Finding confidence in yourself first
Emotional development is very critical
Noticing how you feel and your emotions
Training your PC Muscle daily
Being aware of your body moment to moment
Choosing when to ejaculate
Mastering your own body
Having an assertive masculinity
Allowing women to be in their feminine
Wife taking the place of mommy
"Unwinding the limiting conditioning that I had that was holding me back and embracing the power that is innate in all of us"
"The starting point to heal it's with ourselves, we can only focus on our own self-healing"
"Man desire to have respect from the women that they're with and in order to receive that, a woman has to feel safe "
Sarrah Rose coaches high-performing men who aren't having the best sex of their lives, and are serious about optimizing every aspect of themselves, to finally have a sex life and relationship that is as successful as their career.
She is a Certified Men's Sex and Relationship Coach with over 20 years of experience in personal and spiritual development. She has traveled the world to be trained by top experts and studied over a hundred modern and ancient texts to bring you the best approach to passionate sex and adventurous relationships.
In India, she was initiated into Kundalini Yoga, White Tantra, and Kriya Tantra. She then went on to get certified as a Sex, Love, and Relationship Coach through the Tantric Institute of Integrated Sexuality. Leading psychotherapist and couples counselor Esther Perel was one of her mentors. And, she's studied the art of Domination and Submission.
Her goal is to help you have the best sex of your life and to have a relationship that is the oasis in your crazy day. Every day, she helps successful men self-actualize by filling this void in their life. No sex and bad sex SUCKS and with her help, marriages are saved in the bedroom. As a woman, she can help you understand your woman.
For the past 9 years, Sarrah helped thousands of people turn their sexual shame and struggles into the best sex of their lives. Sarrah has been featured in Men's Health, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, Self, the New York Post, and more. Through her podcast, emails, online immersions, coaching programs, and collaborations with other teachers and experts, she reaches millions of people worldwide, facilitating profound life transformations - all while having fun and laughing with her clients.
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