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The Solo Sex Date

How to have a sex date. With yourself!

You can have an incredible sex life…even if you’re single.

It’s crucial as a single person to keep your sexual fires burning. And you can do it all on your own.

In this episode:

  • One of the most well-f**ked periods of my life, that happened to be when I was single. And celibate.
  • Our Well-F**ked All Star of the Week, Alex, shares how men are just dropping into her lap after she uses my consciousness-expanding, self-pleasuring techniques.
  • Learn how to amplify your sexual energy and magnetize your deepest desires of love, creativity and abundance.

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9 thoughts on “The Solo Sex Date

  1. I loved this podcast. I’m a bit behind in completing all the modules – some amazing things started shifting as a result of this course, and I couldn’t keep up (riding the wave with gratitude and giving myself time to slow down). I knew I’d eventually catch up once I could catch my breath. And here I am.
    This podcast was so helpful for me, as I also am grieving the end of a long-term monogamous committed relationship with someone who was my lover and best friend. It’s been nearly 2 years since I moved to a new state, and we tried to keep the relationship alive despite knowing it needed to end. It’s been a year since we started dismantling the relationship, and parting consciously.
    I have been in serial monogamous relationships for most of my adult life, and when this relationship ended I chose to give myself a period of 3 years (maybe longer) to focus solely on myself. Healing, releasing old patterns that no longer serve, and upleveling on all levels. Like Alex, when I feel like I’m ready for another relationship I will be entering into it a whole different person (yes, whole!). Over the last 1.5 years, I’ve gained about 12-15 pounds and am feeling dumpy, fat and very unattractive. This podcast helped me see that the weight gain is very likely a symptom of grief and self-protection (nobody will pay attention to me if I’m heavy), giving me permission to focus on myself. I hate the extra weight. My former clothes don’t fit and I don’t feel good in my skin. I now realize I don’t need to gain weight to manage my energy boundaries with men. I can accept compliments and attention, without needing to say yes to the invitation. I can still focus on myself and thoroughly enjoy the admiration and attention.

    This podcast really helped me see the value of prioritizing my own self-care. Instead of getting up in the morning and heading to my computer, getting all my work done first and then giving to myself, I’m going to reorder my day beginning tomorrow morning. I so deeply appreciate all the wisdom you share with us Kim!

  2. This was a great podcast. It came at a time when I needed it. Thank you Alex for sharing your story. I have been slowly working toward shifting my energy. Hearing Alex’s story has given me the push I have needed to accept my painful breakup and view it as a break up-grade. I love that! Thank you Kim for your work, you are a huge inspiration!

      1. Okay, I had to update because this was crazy. I listened to the podcast and made an intention to do the work. Over the weekend I noticed A LOT of men looking at me. This is not normal especially when I have my two kids with me. And I had not even started to do the work!! I am so inspired!

  3. Love love love! As a single lady I really appreciate the spotlight on solo sessions and the guest speaker was so inspiring. Went a few rounds with myself and scheduled my weekly 3 hour session!

  4. Thank you, Kim, so much for this on V-day <3 What a great timing when I was on a verge of a breakdown. Being single does not mean being less, it can be great even if it does not lead to the relationship for whatever reason. Lots of love to all singles listening to this podcast.