Do you ever wonder if your relationship pain guides you deeper into whatever you need to heal yourself?
What kind of relationship do you have with God? With reality?
In this explorative and enlightening interview, Andrew Harvey explores how to create evolutionary love that is much bigger than the “you” you know yourself to be. Hang on tight for a mind-blowing ride as Andrew shares his perspective on how relationship work is sacred. He also shares how it serves your soul’s calling.
Tune in and feel free to share your thoughts, feelings, and experience in the comments.
Andrew’s definition of true love [11:00]
Why is love hard? [12:00]
3 ways to build and cultivate true love [14:00]
‘The shadow’ and an exercise in shadow-work [22:00]
Taking responsibility for disowned parts of yourself [29:00]
Advice about purpose for when you’re feeling lost in life [30:00]
The role of suffering on a spiritual path [40:00]
A quote by Rumi [42:00]
What is the most important thing people need to learn in relationship? [44:00]
Want to know one tip that most of us avoid or don’t execute well so you can have a sexy and powerful partnership that lasts? It isn’t going on more dates, and it isn’t getting really good at repair. Find out how to transform your romantic relationship with Jayson and Ellen in this week’s episode, and leave a comment below with your response/experience.
1:43 – 1 tip to have a sexy, powerful partnership over time
In this episode, Jayson interviewsLayla Martin, a vibrant and inspirational woman who teaches a tantric approach to sex, love, and relationship. Layla will remind you of your brilliance in the bedroom in this discussion about everything from hand jobs to female self-pleasure practices. This episode contains powerful sex practices for anyone ready to deepen their sex life.
What happened in Layla’s childhood that started her path to helping people improve their sex lives? [3:35]
Layla shares the biggest struggle and opportunity she sees in couples regarding sexuality. [9:05]
What do women and men each struggle with the most sexually? [10:40]
A simple exercise a woman can do to improve her sexual experience [19:05]
A simple three-part exercise to do after sex that will deepen your sexual connection [26:45]
What to do when a woman has a stronger sex drive than her partner [33:15]
How to respond when a guy loses his erection [33:55]
Should a woman have sex even if she’s not wanting to? [34:30]
Layla explains one practice to transform a woman’s orgasms and sex life. [37:15]
Layla Martin is a next-generation sexuality and tantra expert. She has over 100,000 subscribers to her weekly guidance on all things sex, relationships, and love. Her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Refinery 29, Women’s Health Magazine, and Elite Daily. She makes sex and love mastery entertaining and hilarious. You can sign up for her free weekly videos/emails, or browse her books and other free resources atLaylaMartin.com.
Do you find the psychology of extreme athletes and their relationships fascinating?
Are you curious about what motivates climbers and mountaineers to push themselves to the limit and risk it all?
Are you a creative and could you use some tips on how to follow your creative spirit?
If so, you won’t want to miss this interview with Emmy-winning American filmmaker Peter Mortimer, who shares his unique perspective on relationships. Jayson’s experience as an extreme athlete and a therapist allows him to gain a unique insight into extreme athletes’ psychology. In their conversation, they discuss the reasons why climbers push themselves to the edge, the deeper experiences they seek, and the heightened awareness they gain through their adventures.
Discover the psychology of extreme athletes, as well as insights into the mind of a brilliant creator in this unforgettable episode.