How To Have a Happy, Healthy Vagina + Safety For Anal To Vaginal Intercourse

Great Sex Naturally

In this episode of Better Love and Sex, Devi is joined by Sexual Health Enthusiast, Nina Helms, as they discuss how to keep your vagina happy and healthy!   Find out about: 1. The Importance of vulvovaginal PH. 2. What to … Continue reading

How to Love Your Vagina and Other Fun Facts You Didn’t Know About Your Sexual Pleasure!

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Arielle Loren joins Devi Ward to honor the power and beauty of female genital anatomy. With documentaries like The Perfect Vagina suggesting many women hate their vulva’s and vaginas, Arielle will share the inspiration behind Corset’s new issue, her own personal journey to loving her beautiful parts, and tips for listeners to do the same.

Arielle Loren is the founder of Corset Magazine, an erotic magazine dedicated to sexual empowerment. Her work has been featured and praised by The Huffington Post, NPR, ESSENCE, Jezebel, NBC News (The Grio), and more. Arielle has taken Corset Magazine on tour all over the U.S. and Canada, doing live events and connecting with the magazine’s international readership. Corset Magazine is currently nine issues strong, covering topics such as Oral Pleasure, Sacred Sex, Orgasms, Kink & BDSM, and Sex Toys. It’s tenth issue will discuss the beauty and power of of vulvas and vaginas through personal stories and feature a variety of empowering erotic perspectives. You can download the Vulvas & Vaginas issue when it’s released and past issues of Corset Magazine atcorsetmagazine.com

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What’s Love Got To Do With It? Lifting the Lid on Romance

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Devi speaks with Barry Selby, The Love Confidant and Author of 50 Ways to Love your Lover.

Listen Live and discover:

  • The trap of online dating
  • Why do the faces change but the experience stays the same?
  • It is not about the other person (objects in the mirror are closer than they appear).
  • Relationship rebound vs. make-up sex.
  • Having sex all day (the art of foreplay).
  • Having better sex by being apart (polarity is the magnet).
  • What to talk about after sex
Barry Selby is The Love Confidant, professional speaker, published author and relationship transformation expert who specializes in empowering his clients to create conscious, passionate and deep relationships. His heart and passion is to empower successful single women to embrace and own their authentic feminine power and attract the best in their men!
 
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Orgasm for Life!

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Listen as Devi Ward speaks with Jennifer Elizabeth Masters on her recently released book – “Orgasm for Life”
Jennifer and Devi will discuss:
-The biggest issue in long-term relationships
-Why women are afraid to ask for what they want
-Fantasies, role playing, and other ways to re-ignite the fires of passion
-Healing G-Spot trauma and other sexual trauma instructions
And so much more!!

Jennifer Elizabeth Masters has been on a healing journey for over 30 years.

In the process of healing her own sexual dysfunction, codependency, addictions and illness, Jennifer has developed several  programs to help empower women to love themselves fearlessly.

One of the biggest changes in Jennifer’s life is the total absence of fear, depression and loneliness. She has discovered when we come to loving acceptance of ourselves, we get out of our own way and stop trying to make things hap-pen and allow life to unfold.

Jennifer has worked with thousands of women and men, helping them heal from addiction, depression, lim-iting beliefs and unworthiness.

She is an author, inspirational speaker, hypnotherapist, Certified Life Coach, mother of 3, Master Energy Healer and ordained minister. As a Scorpio, she unabashedly says she has enjoyed sexual expression. She assists women to find the Sacredness in Sex. Married and divorced 4 times, Jennifer is an empower-ment and sex coach for women.

Her book, Orgasm For Life, came out at the end of May, 2014

Connect with Jennifer: Love Yourself Fearlessly BLOG

Twitter: twitter.com/JeniferEMasters

Facebook: facebook.com/JenniferElizabethMasters

LinkedIN: linkedin.com/pub/dir/Elizabeth/Masters

 

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Extended Massive Orgasm!

Devi Ward Tantra

Who wouldn’t want one of these?! Devi speaks with Author, Steve Bodansky about what Extended Massive Orgasm is and HOW you can have it in your life! Learn: *What extended massive orgasm is and HOW to get some! * How to give … Continue reading

From Hero to Zero:The Day My Orgasms Sucked!

Devi Ward Orgasms

As some of you may know- I often share that one of the main reasons many women may have difficulty experiencing their full orgasmic potential, is a result of unresolved emotions or “traumas” locked in the genital tissue. This frozen … Continue reading

Sexual Disconnect~Why Do I Keep Disconnecting From My Body During Sex?

Sexual Disconnect“Why do I keep disconnecting from my body during sex?” is a question I hear frequently from women all over the world.

This is a common experience for most women, and one which you may be able to relate to- the kissing is hot, the passion juices are flowing, everything is green light go, but when your partner starts touching your genitals, everything goes a little numb.
It’s as if the rest of your body is vibrant and alive with stereo sound, and the sensation in your genitals is sort of… muted.

Or- you are experiencing pleasure, pleasure, pleasure, and then…oops! Oh god, I lost it! Oh crap, where did it go? Now I’m taking too long,…. maybe if he/she just went a little harder/softer/sideways, etc. etc.

And now you’re lost in your head, trying vainly to recapture those sweet moments of bliss you were just starting to get a glimpse of.

Disconnecting from our pleasure and desire during the sexual experience is very, very, common for many women. Most likely every woman will experience varying degrees of presence during sex, at various times throughout each sexual encounter.

But knowing that doesn’t make it any more fun when it happens.

So the question is- why is it happening and what can you do?

There are a few different reasons for disconnecting during sexual intimacy, and usually one or more of these issues is at play in any given moment:

1)  You are have trouble focusing and getting “out of your head”
2)  You are distracted by the recurrent thoughts of what would feel better, but are unable to communicate it verbally.
3)  You are worrying- i.e. am I taking too long, is my partner is getting bored, are my thighs too fat?
4)  You are trying to orgasm, straining, trying to perform
5)  You are feeling emotionally unsafe or uncertain
6)  You are afraid to really feel the pleasure, because it might be over too soon.
7)  You feel uncomfortable with your body, the way it looks, smells, sounds
8)  You feel guilty or shameful about sexual pleasure (i.e. good girls don’t like/want/enjoy sex)
9)  You were sexually abused or violated in your past
10) You experienced a deep heartbreak, painful break-up, or serious let-down from a past relationship

One of these issues is enough to make your sexual pleasure train derail, but the fact of the matter is- often there are a few of these “sensual saboteurs” going on simultaneously.

So what’s a girl to do?

Well the typical answer is to encourage people to “Be More Present” during sex.
 
Which I find really unhelpful given that we spend 90% or more of our waking time lost in thought- thinking of what’s next on our “to do” list, being driven by unconscious thoughts and desires – and yet somehow we expect ourselves to just magically know how to get, and stay present, during sex.

But I ask you – if you’re unable to be present in other area of your life, how could you expect to be instantly present for this area of your life?

If you want to be more present and connect to your body during sex, I invite you to practice BEING present and connected to your body,  in every other moment of your life.

Which is a great thing to say, but how do you actually do it?

The quickest, fastest route for getting present in your body, and out of your head, is by focusing on your breath.

Wherever you are, in any moment, simply notice your breathing pattern.

First- Notice if you are taking short, shallow rabbit breaths, (which is a symptom of fight or flight response,) or are you taking nice full belly breaths. Most likely if you are lost in thoughts and worry about past or future, you are in “fight or flight” response.


Next- take a few nice deep conscious breaths, and FEEL your body.
Feel your lungs and belly expand with air, feel your ribcage lift and open to allow in more life essence. Feel the slow, sweet process of life happening within you.

Then- notice how your body feels. Are there any areas of tension or stress? Take a few moments to consciously breath into any areas of physical, emotional, or energetic tension. Bring your conscious awareness and your breath to these areas, and relax.

I invite you to do this exercise for 5-10 minutes, several times during your day. Some people call this meditation, or you can simply think of it as “body – awareness.”

After practicing being present for a while outside of your sexual experience, I invite you to do the same practice of self-awareness during your sexual experience.

Become aware of your breathing pattern during sexual pleasure, and consciously practice taking deep full breathes.

Instead of following thoughts in your head, follow the sensations in your body, and when they run into little obstacles, (or “blocks to bliss”), breathe into those areas of tension and dullness, and practice relaxing, softening, and letting go.

You may find a whole new depth of pleasure, connection, and joy in your sexual experience, and a profound intimacy with yourself and your significant other.

Wanna experience your FULL orgasmic potential as a woman? I invite you to contact me and begin creating your Personal Pleasure Program  for awakening your true sexual pleasure potential!

Yin and Yang ~ The Key To Sexual Harmony

Sexual HarmonyYin = feminine, yield/opens, soothes, nurtures, cooling.
Yang = masculine, penetrates, protects, challenges, warming.

Understand this & you will know how to live masculine & feminine polarized in bliss & love.

Do not make the error of attaching to one, both are always merging and becoming the other.

Women must learn to be strong without trying to be like men. It was useful to gain equality and rights, but now it can be an impediment in our sexual culture.

The power of woman is Yin, it is actually stated in some Taoist texts that yin is more powerful, as yin can yield and open to absorb all yang, she is flexible, like a willow tree in the wind, not like an oak tree.

Oak challenges the wind with firmness, and big branches break. The willow just flows and bends, very few branches fall.

Look to the power of Tai Chi, no resistance, bends & flows around the challenge-energy of attack.

The more the challenge-energy attacks, the more there is for the tai chi to overcome that very force, or embrace it and bring it to harmony & peace. Do you see?

The power of woman is magnificent, but not if she tries to use male force against, or in relationship, with male force.

There will only be pain for both.

Women, dance in polarity, openness & yielding in love, blissful, strong at heart, balanced.

Men, protect her, challenge her with love and you will both grow, lovingly penetrate her deeply for long periods of time, hours, without ejaculation and she will treat you like a king, and you will retain your strength, unafraid of woman power.

If we do this the patriarchy that is terrified of women will fall. Then there will be harmony. Get to work!

Learn more about Lasting Longer for Men and The Art of Female Pleasure at www.betterloveandsex.com.

The Relationship Between Sex And Self-Worth

If you had asked me 5 years ago what “sexual healing” meant to me, I would have looked at you in confusion, blushed with embarrassment, and tried to change the subject. I, just like every one else I knew, found the topic of sex to be intriguing, somewhat bewildering, and quite uncomfortable to discuss openly.

Certainly I had no frame of reference for the concept of  “healing” in that area, and no knowledge of the direct relationship that exists for women between their sexual “comfort,” and their feelings of self-confidence and self-worth.

I, like many women in western culture, was indoctrinated with the belief that “good girls don’t and bad girls do”.  I spent much of my childhood and young adulthood trying desperately to shut out, shove away, and divorce myself from any knowledge of my sexual pleasure or desires, in fear of being categorized as a “bad girl”- a sentence which carried with it a whole host of undesirable outcomes.

Because of the terrifying cultural condemnation of my natural sexual curiosity, I proceeded to break myself into little pieces of acceptable and unacceptable parts, and filed the “bad” bits away deep within my psyche, in hopes that no one would ever find out what a naughty girl I really was.

The reality though, is that we cannot truly separate any part of ourselves from the rest of ourselves, without experiencing a fragmentation and wounding of our essential essence.

Somewhere locked away in that box of bad and naughty bits were aspects of my personality, which were vital components to my experience of self-worth, self-acceptance, and the intuitive wisdom of my soul.

These pieces of my soul, (which were integral to a healthy, wholesome, and empowered sense of self,) were buried beneath layers of sexual guilt, fear, shame, and ignorance, and were revealed only through the process of exploring and allowing my sexual pleasure to emerge.

Recent studies cited by author Naomi Wolf in her book “Vagina-A New Biography,” validate the relationship between sexuality and self-worth for women from a scientific perspective.  She states “when a woman feels empowered to think about pleasurable sex, anticipate it, focus on how to get it, and feels in control of and knowledgeable enough about her body to know she can probably reach orgasm during sex – her brain gets a boost of the neurotransmitter dopamine.”

For all the science geeks out there- Dopamine is the neurotransmitter responsible for motivation and goal-oriented ness, trust in one’s own judgment, and most importantly, feeling self-empowered and confident.

My personal experience has been that- as my relationship to my sexuality has become free from culturally imposed attitudes of shame, fear, and guilt, new channels of self-awareness, self-acceptance, self-love, and self-respect have been opened and revealed. I naturally and effortlessly feel more whole, more connected, and more worthy of happiness, peace, joy, and “the good things” in all areas of my life.

The fact that my personal sense of self-worth was directly related to my sexuality came as a huge surprise at first, but as the layers of shame, guilt, and confusion have fallen away, I now experience the world with a peace and clarity that I believe every woman should have access to. Sexual self-acceptance is our birthright, and the gateway to a healthy, whole and fully integrated sense of Self.

So how do you get from A-B?

The task can seem daunting, but I assure it is a sweet journey, well worth undertaking.

Listen in as Tantra Master Healer Jacques Drouin and I discuss Healing Sexual Trauma on Better Love and Sex Radio!

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