|Posted on April 18, 2016 at 11:00 PM||comments (2)|
Yum! Inspired by this gorgeous clip i saw today..... https [:/] /vimeo.com/145251635
Felt to share what touch brings to me...
Touch has always been my first language, i love it because it naturally DOESN'T engage my mind.
It's like a breath of the freshest air to me and my outer world can drop and fade....
Its such a clear window that taps into my sweetest presence, my fingertips naturally just know how to
follow your energy and we can speak to each other without story or words.... and then.....
I feel truly honoured to tune into and play with your personal contrasts....from the lightest & softest of
touches to just the right degrees of your dark - sensing you, leading you when and if needed, finding
the unique alchemy of your own pace, pressure, rhythm, breath, sound & energetics....
Melting masks and layers of old armour, some can be pleasure and some can be pain...we traverse
altered states of your embodiment, everything is welcome here... the quality of safety, trust & willingness
we've created together underpin everything... and Im so grateful to witness your connection, awakening
and growing into your own levels of aliveness and release...
Giving touch calls to my sensitivity and care like nothing else ive ever quite known.. receiving touch is
another beautiful story save for another day....
|Posted on April 18, 2016 at 10:55 PM||comments (0)|
Ive noticed that when im feeling that id like to receive something from a beloved, be it a touch, a word or a feeling….
That if I actually move into a place of GIVING TO THEM what I am seeking, something magical opens up for both of us.
Interesting phenomenon isn’t it?
We teach each other how we want to be treated…. We set the stage in ourselves for how our mirror reflects back to us…
Have you noticed that quite often how we are touching our beloved is exactly the kind of touch we are yearning to receive ourselves?
If you are not receiving the quality of connection & touch that you wish to receive from your beloved, I invite you to open up to the possibility that the key is literally in your own two hands.