Episode59: What is Your Erotic Blueprint?
Today my special guest is Tina Koopersmith MD.
She is a physician AND coach, best-selling author, speaker, athlete perpetual student and always a mom. ( can you tell she is a shapeshifter). She is dedicated to modifying our health care system from one focused on illness and sickness to one devoted to prevention and wellness.
For 30 years as a fertility specialist, she focused on bringing life to her patients and now she wants to bring humans back to life. She wants to remind us all that EROTICISM is the SECRET sauce to wellness. Prioritizing Pleasure reminds our nervous system that we are safe in our bodies—. And Sexuality can be a great way to re-member ourselves back to wholeness before life led to dissociations –brokenness-- and hurts.
We need to nourish all 4 of our bodies: the mind body, the heart body, the physical body and the energetic body because we are ALL worthy of self-care, self-acceptance and self-love.
Tina talked about the Erotic Blueprints and we discussed the differences between each one. There are 5 Erotic Blueprints:
1 Energetic - anticipation, longing, tease
2 Sensual - mood, touch, sight, sound, environment (basically using all 5 senses)
3 Sexual - traditional ideas of sex, destination of orgasm, nudity, porn, striptease, sexiness
4 Kinky - the taboo, pushing your edges, anything that seems wrong to you
5 Shapeshifter - can be all of them at different times depending on circumstance
Learning what your Erotic Blueprint is can be a game changer in the bedroom. It can make the difference between having a sex and true pleasure and intimacy. Imagine understanding what your body needs in order to be turned on and experience mind blowing O's?
She says that PLEASURE and PLAY is your portal for being pregnant with your life!!
We talk about Emotions being "energy in motion" and how Disease or dis-ease is your body being out of ease and trying to talk to you. We are complex beings that are always seeking balance in life. It's time to embrace all of life including our eroticism. Pleasure and eroticism are just as important to life as healthy, nourishing food.
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