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Tantric Sex As A Tool For Coping With Divorce

Tantric Sex and Coping With Divorce

Managing your sex drive is an important part of coping with divorce. August joins the show to talk about sex. She is a certified Reiki practitioner and has studied Tantra for over 20 years. On this episode of the podcast she talks about masturbation, sexual energy and taboos around sex.  During the show we talk about:

  • What tantric sex is.
  • How masturbation develops your sex muscle.
  • Whether or not you should masturbate.
  • How masturbation can lead to shame for young men.
  • What women want most out of a sexual experience.
  • Sexual Kung Fu and the redistribution of sexual energy.
  • Find out the difference between orgasms and ejaculation.
  • Learn about the “job” of tantric practice.

You can find out more about August her experience and practice at http://sensualhealingarts.wordpress.com/

Bryan Reeves speaks with the Over Divorce guys about dealing with divorce.

Turning Your Hard Times Into Gold- The Over Divorce Podcast With Bryan Reeves

Author, speaker and life coach, Bryan Reeves joins the Over Divorce Podcast. A former US Air Force Captain, Bryan is now an internationally renowned author and regular contributor to websites such as The Good Men Project, The Daily Love, Elephant Journal and more. Bryan also offers private and group coaching and teaches mindfulness through his non-profit organization, The Center for Mindful Education. Bryan discusses sexual energy and pitfalls that come with it. He talks about:

  • How to get perspective on your life by taking his 30 Day No Sex Challenge.
  • He explores the relationship between shame and sexuality.
  • He discusses his own divorce and the perils that came with it.
  • How he was able to break his addiction of getting his self-worth from women.
  • The importance of gaining personal power by not needing external validation in order to be complete.
  • The dangers of getting your identity exclusively from external sources especially your job and women.
  • The 3 types of love experiences and the importance of gaining perspective on each one.

If you are going through a divorce, you might want to check out some of the books that we talked about on the show:

The Sex, Flirting, Dating, Hunting and Hoping Diet: Give Up The Insanity and Get Your Life Back – By Bryan Reeves

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams & Reaching Your Destiny – By Robin Sharma

Siddhartha – By Herman Hess

You can find more about Bryan at: www.bryanreeves.com and you can follow him on Twitter @bryishere

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Podcast about finding new love after your divorce.

New Love The Over Divorce Podcast

Finding new love is the topic of the 11th episode of The OverDivorce podcast.

Tom and Adrian begin the podcast by discussing the concerns about finding the courage to trust, and the irrational concerns around being worthy of finding love after divorce.

Adrian discusses the futility of finding validation from outside and then discovering that validation comes from inside. Tom identifies the Morrissey Jay-Z conundrum.

Adrian continues by identifying the male need to go after and hunt and the benefits of abstinence immediately after divorce.  Tom asks how one knows the new relationship is not a rebound. Adrian shares how he created a list of what was important in a new partner to make sure the new partner was genuinely Ms. Right and not Ms. Right Now. Tom shares the value of taking stock over past relationships to find out what works and what doesn’t.

Tom discusses the biology of change, and the sociology of divorce in the current day and the ability of women to choose separation.

Adrian discusses the perpetuation of family patterns and their role in defining behavior. He goes further to define the value of the divorce and it’s ability to offer one time to reflect on areas of improvement. Tom extends the point by discussing the default nature of behavior-that with the lack of conscious decision people often default to observed behaviors regardless of their effectiveness.

Adrian discusses the importance of time in assessing the rightness of a new relationship. Tom cites the old wisdom that fools rush in where angels fear to tread

A transcript of the podcast is available here