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Walking along the path into divorce or a break-up is not something that is planned for or often anticipated. The added layer to this is when the seeming cause of the end of the relationship is infidelity and consequential betrayal.

Often the “other” person is looked upon as being a better version, be it younger, thinner, prettier, more handsome or having an element that seemed to be lacking in the marriage or relationship. It is easy to assume it is because of sex and sexual satisfaction when this was the action that was taken. However, it is rarely ever about sex.

Sex itself is a huge topic that when linked into the intent and reasoning of the individual it can actually become a tool, rather than expression. When the need becomes external for sexual gratification it is a reflection of an internal conflict externalized through the unhappiness in the marriage or relationship.

This is not or ever a black and white situation but one thing that is more common than not is the use of sexual gratification when there are issues within a marriage or relationship.

The true and real cause tends to be related to a disconnection and following a lack of intimacy. This is not sex however, rather a human, emotional need that is being ignored. There are many layers to this and the causes that led up to the result of sex acts outside of the relationship and the break-up as a consequence. More often than not it has nothing to do with sex and everything to do with the person.

To not take this personally reflects whether that disconnect was mutual or due to lacking the desire to connect beyond being glorified flat mates. One person’s actions are a result of their own internal turmoil; however within a relationship this can significantly impact and create a chain reaction of events, thought patterns and inevitable outcomes.

Sex is a natural and essential part of life, marriage and a relationship, but that doesn’t mean it is the actual driver into infidelity or the cause of some the break-up.

When the person is honest with themselves the cause of the break-up was more than sex.

 

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ABOUT THE WRITER:

post jan 23 bHally Rhiannon-Nammu is an internationally renowned Holistic Sexual Therapist, Hally Rhiannon-Nammu, is now blessing us with the opportunity to access and experience her extensive knowledge and talent in Spiritual Sexuality. As a practicing Shaman and Spiritual Guru from ancient traditions, Hally uses her unique connection and elaborate skills to enable others to experience the truly magnificent energetic alignment that comes from engaging Spiritual Sexual energy.

Hally Rhiannon-Nammu extensive qualifications include:
• Master of Metaphysical and Ancient Energetic Traditions
• Sacred Sexual Energy Master
• Reiki Master and Vibrational Medicine Healer
• Behavioural Change Disciplines including NLP, Timeline Therapy, Life Coaching, Performance Coaching, Behavioural Profiling, Holistic Counselling and Spiritual Alignment
• Masters in Writing, author with 7 books and columnist for four well known publications
• Professional Member of Psychic Association and is renowned globally for her unique and comprehensive skill set in all things energetic, paranormal and spiritual.

www.spirituallysexuallyyou.com
spirituallysexuallyyou@gmail.com
1300 64 55 64 / 0488 88 0077

As the leader and CEO of Ultimate You Change Centres, Andy has built the business from the ground up. Utilising the skills he obtained in the early days of his carpentering, he put his tool belt back on and personally built the first Change Centre himself. Whilst simultaneously executing business decisions on an executive level, it was Andy’s mission to create an innovative and successful business that encapsulates extraordinary change and growth not only in business but in the world’s state of health.

Franchise: www.ultimateyou.com.au/franchising
Careers: www.ultimateyou.com.au/careers
Website: www.ultimateyou.com.au

Understanding Sexual Energy By Hally Rhiannon-Nammu

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“Sexual Energy is part of our life force energy. By aligning Self with Sexual energy it allows the person to restore natural energetic balance.”

Understanding-Sexual-Energy

The amazing part when working with and considering on being aligned to sexual energy is that in essence it has little to do with sex, as such.It is more prevalent to say that it is to do with the combination and the part of the body where the feminine and masculine energies become one. Then coupled with this is that it is also the area where creativity and passion stem from.

This area is better known as the base chakra. It is an extremely powerful area because all of these core fundamentals meet in this one area. It is a source of great power and as such, it can be easily misunderstood.

Consider that sexual energy is the combination of all of this coming together into one stream of energy. When it is used and aligned with an individual it has the power to create some of the most beautiful, most passionate things requiring nothing more than breathing.  This is because when in natural state and everything flows, communicates and engages as it does there is no effort.

Consider the flow of a river. When it has been blocked by a dam, bits and pieces of water trickle through so the river receives a taste of the water that is being held back without really become part of or submerging into the essence and greatness of the river as a whole.

Sexual energy works similarly. Throughout life, the beliefs many have, the way many are brought up, the essence of the energy is blocked, like a dam, and some creativity comes through, some feminine energy comes through as does masculine but it may not be at the same time so it tends to feel inconsistent or even seem out of balance.

However, when the dam is removed (ironically man made) then the energy has the ability to flow to all of the areas, connecting to all of the areas and enabling this one very important part of oneself to be complete. It is then that the energy can be used in its pure state.

The sexual part is more than sex but sex in itself is like the icing on the most perfect cake – simply highlights its already perfect state.

When thinking about sexual energy, break it down to fundamentals – feminine energy, masculine energy, creative energy, passionate energy and the trickle of core energy that makes up the rest of the person. Notice how each one varies from the other yet, complement each section. Notice also, when one is more engaged than the other or what influences one over the other.

Sometimes it is a matter of taking one beautiful deep breath and directing it to all of those areas, instructing it to flow and focus feeling the warmth and connectedness that follows.

As the leader and CEO of Ultimate You Change Centres, Andy has built the business from the ground up. Utilising the skills he obtained in the early days of his carpentering, he put his tool belt back on and personally built the first Change Centre himself. Whilst simultaneously executing business decisions on an executive level, it was Andy’s mission to create an innovative and successful business that encapsulates extraordinary change and growth not only in business but in the world’s state of health.

Franchise: www.ultimateyou.com.au/franchising
Careers: www.ultimateyou.com.au/careers
Website: www.ultimateyou.com.au

Let’s Talk about Sex

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By: Hally Rhiannon-Nammu
From pornography to condoms; from sex toys to explicit romance novels sex education has become as deep as a puddle; simply the point of what this is all about has been missed. Consequently 75% of women today do not experience orgasms. It would not be surprising if this figure was actually conseverative. So clearly talking about sex beyond the hype of media and the saturation on the internet has been shut down and cut off. This means that most are unaware of how much more there really is to sex and sex education.

This is interesting given what forms of learning are available and yet all the core fundamental issues that impact on sex are rarely addressed.

To some sex is an act of love; to others sex is about procreation and the reasons for sex become layered however, always focusing on having sex rather than the role of the actual person behind the act.

When it comes to what is wanted from sex as an individual how many know what it is they want, let alone how to get this? Many believe that sex is simply about “getting off”, but is this all there is to it?

When taking a look at this one dimensional aspect this in itself is something that is expected from the partner not the person. It is as though the partner received the manual on “how to please me” and not the person. Naturally this tends to end badly. Initially going through the motions is fun, with a change in a couple of positions but over time this becomes mundane and boring. So, perhaps it is not only about getting off.

What if this was only the beginning to what was possible? What if sex had nothing to do with having a partner and actually started with each individual person? What difference would this make?

It is socially expected that sex is always with someone and masturbation is looked down upon. Yet, fundamentally how can anyone know what they want by an external party?

When it comes to talking about sex this tends to be limited by social belief systems and choosing not to be connected during the physical act. The sex drive in itself is strong and can be very healthy however, this does not mean that the person will feel like sex or want to explore their boundaries. The question needs to be asked – why?

Simply because sex is more than “getting off”, it is more than the physical act alone and disconnecting from the person in that moment will only create more confusion and in some cases, trauma around sex all together.

It is time to take a step back; back from what is out their in the media, on the internet and start with the individual. All of those insecurities, self loathing and mistrust within are evident during sex as much as they are when being alone. Suppressing this aspect will not help in life or sex and given the lack of orgasms there are this clearly demonstrates this point.

Sex education is about more than literal techniques. This is the easy part. The challenge is ensuring that each person is participating in what’s right for them as one person, not the sexual part gaining a quick hit whilst the emotional aspect checks out.

Are you ready to learn more?

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ABOUT THE WRITER:   

Internationally renowned Holistic Sexual Therapist, Hally Rhiannon-Nammu, is now blessing us with the opportunity to access and experience her extensive knowledge and talent in Spiritual Sexuality. As a practicing Shaman and Spiritual Guru from ancient traditions, Hally uses her unique connection and elaborate skills to enable others to experience the truly magnificent energetic alignment that comes from engaging Spiritual Sexual energy.

Hally Rhiannon-Nammu extensive qualifications include:

– Master of Metaphysical and Ancient Energetic Traditions

– Sacred Sexual Energy Master

– Reiki Master and Vibrational Medicine Healer

– Behavioural Change Disciplines including NLP, Timeline Therapy, Life Coaching,
Performance Coaching, Behavioural Profiling, Holistic Counselling and Spiritual
Alignment

– Masters in Writing, author with 7 books and columnist for four well known publications

– Professional Member of Psychic Association and is renowned globally for her
unique and comprehensive skill set in all things energetic, paranormal and spiritual.

Hally has upcoming meditations, support discussion groups and workshops:
http://spirituallysexuallyyou.com/workshops/workshop-calendar/

www.spirituallysexuallyyou.com

spirituallysexuallyyou@gmail.com

1300 64 55 64 / 0488 88 0077

As the leader and CEO of Ultimate You Change Centres, Andy has built the business from the ground up. Utilising the skills he obtained in the early days of his carpentering, he put his tool belt back on and personally built the first Change Centre himself. Whilst simultaneously executing business decisions on an executive level, it was Andy’s mission to create an innovative and successful business that encapsulates extraordinary change and growth not only in business but in the world’s state of health.

Franchise: www.ultimateyou.com.au/franchising
Careers: www.ultimateyou.com.au/careers
Website: www.ultimateyou.com.au

Is SEX still a TABOO? By: Lexi Bishop

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Gone are the days where sex is merely an act of procreation. In recent weeks, I’ve had some serious thought about sex, what it is, reasons we do it and the old taboos and perceptions that are carried along with it. I had come to a dilemma as I am recently single and didn’t like not having the sexual attention and affection that comes along with being in a relationship. However, enjoying the single life, I found it difficult to meet those needs, with out being, well, promiscuous. After an in-depth conversation with a dear friend, I was given the advice “Lexi, sex these days is just as common as picking your nose.” This obviously led to deep thoughts, research and investigations.

Lets get technical for a little bit… Perceptions are created through a very complicated process, where by the 20million bits of information that is handed to us every second is deleted, distorted and generalized through internal filters. These filters, are (mostly) created through unconscious conditioning and programing from a very early age, and change slightly as we grow. This is how our reality is created and also how perception is created. Think of it like this, ask your Year 3 teacher how she feels about having sex with different men; or perhaps ask your grandmother how she feels about sex before marriage. Then go ahead and ask the counter staff at Supré the same questions. Guaranteed, you will receive totally different answers and reasoning’s. Which is why, sex, which was once a conversation not to be had at the dinner table, is now something that is spoken about freely at the office coffee machine, at the gym or at high-tea with the ladies.

Some profound guidance my grandmother once gave me was “anything in moderation is good for you” …so long as you bring balloons to your party to practice safe sex and (of course) stay classy!

With every journey down any road, we come across roadblocks, potholes and detours. So here are some tips to make your single life ‘ride’ smoother;

Ladies; always, always, stay classy. Remember too, there is nothing sexier then a confident, independent woman.

• Men love it when you take control in the bedroom, but you also need to take control of those emotions – saying that, we ladies are naturally an emotional bunch, that’s what makes us such wonderful creatures, just keep that tiger in its cage when needed.

• Learn the language of sex, if it feels good, tell him, but there’s no need to talk about what you did once in the bedroom with ‘some other guy’, they hate that, as far as they’re concerned, they’re your first.

• Ladies, don’t be upset if all they want to do is sleep after sex, it’s actually not there fault! Keep reading to find out why…

 

Men; it is the age of the gentlemen once again. Opening doors and pulling out chairs, is steaming hot!

• It’s a common misconception that men are the only rulers in the bedroom, so when your lady (gets out of her comfort zone) and takes the reigns, give her encouragement.

• Saying that, there is nothing sexier then being taken by a man, seduced by a warrior and swept of our feet. In fact, as a man, it is all but your duty to be this sexy, manly knight that makes us ladies feel feminine, safe and sexy. The safer we feel, the more feminine and open we’ll be.

• Ever wondered why you always want to sleep post-sex? (Ladies listen up!) Among many other chemicals, Prolactin is released into almost everyone’s bloodstream immediately after an orgasm. This chemical disengages you from sexual thoughts and feelings, allowing you to think of other things (probably the only moment in a day when you men are not thinking about sex!). Endorphins are released also, post sex. Some give you the feelings of euphoria, pleasure, calmness and deep relaxation. It’s been said that the faster you fall asleep, the better the sex, so ladies, take their dozing as a compliment and men – you’ve just been handed a get out of jail free card – it’s just your endorphins at work!

 

Sex – we do it for many reasons and one in particular sticks out for me, because it feels good. Just because Grandma has trouble seeing eye-to-eye with us on that one, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t think it. Sex incorporates so much of our mind; in fact, most of sex is actually in our imagination. Our mind is a beautifully complicated ‘machine’ that is unlimited in its potential and power. My advice; get educated; learn about the mind, the body, and sex, don’t be ashamed that you enjoy sex and like doing it often – you’re not the only one.

 

Lexi can be contacted by email at Talk sex with Lex  talksexwithlex@gmail.com 

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Article by: Lexi Bishop

_MG_5430_2Lexi spent for the most part her formative years in Cairns, where she matriculated as a Trinitarian from the highly esteemed Trinity Anglican School. During her senior years she was a respected leader in the school, an elite athlete, and selected as the International Representative for the prestigious Round Square. This position afforded Lexi several opportunities to travel internationally as a speaker to represent Australia at youth conferences across the globe. Her speaking focus being ‘how to help create a better world’. Lexi a