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Yoni Massage + Pussy Shiatsu

How to give your partner an amazing yoni massage. 

Spending focused time, touch and attention on each other’s genitals is profoundly hearing and awakening.

Let’s talk about pussy massage.

How well do you know your way around a pussy?

Honestly, most people have no idea.

Men and women alike are pretty clueless when it comes to this region of the body known as “the origin of the world.”

I know men who still debate where the clitoris is.

And have no idea where the cervix is.

Or, that the cervix is the site of THE most pleasurable and powerful orgasms a woman can have.

And I know plenty of women who have not even put their fingers in their own vaginas.

Both sexes are dissociated from their genitals.

Yet, your sexuality and organs are your sources of power and energy.

When you own them, and fully integrate them, inhabit them, and your sexual self, you become more of who you really are.

You self-actualize.

And, you have some pretty amazing orgasms along the way.

Learn how to give a healing, awakening and arousing pussy massage in this week’s video.

Want to listen on the go? Download the audio podcast version. For this episode though, I highly recommend the video!

Next week, it’s all about the lingam. 

For those of you who don’t speak Sanskrit, that’s a “wand of light”.

Kxx

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  1. How could women not put their own fingers inside their own bodies!! That’s devastating!!! I had no idea … Kim, you should do some sort of survey into the type of education and background many of your clients have, just to guage where the flaw in the system is coming from and to determine the souce of the disconnection with people and their bodies. We can guess it’s improper sex ed and a lack of emphasis on touching your own body, but I think a proper sociological conduct into why our society is like this is in order. What do you think? I can’t really understand and relate to it since I grew up (still growing up) in the early 2000s and in a more liberal culture where limiting beliefs about sex aren’t present.