In this show we explored how our kinks relate to childhood trauma, when we’re best served by healing our wounds rather than moving straight into discovering the kinky pleasure in the things we have in our lives that we say we don’t want and how all of this relates to seeing how we can live as the ultimate creator of our lives.
This was just as much a juicy episode as the last one with Carolyn – which is saying a lot!
I’d love to know what YOU think about this week’s show. Let’s carry on the conversation… please leave a comment below.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- It’s important to grieve and move through childhood trauma before we move into using Existential Kink practices to move into a different way of being
- The amount of pleasure we can experience is directly correlated with the depth of sadness we’re willing and able to feel
- Carolyn holds it that her soul was curious to experience the kind of childhood pain that she had – this is a radical level of ownership to have over our experience and for many it will be a confronting idea and yet the sense of agency it can provide is incredibly powerful
- There’s a level of readiness we need to bring to this work… we could call that a connection to the divine and to the body.
- Ultimately to have divine power we need to be willing to take divine responsibility.
Resources and stuff that we spoke about:
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Lian & Jonathan