Healing Scars from Sexual Trauma While In A Loving Relationship
Forgive yourself, pardon others for their ignorance, feel whatever it is you feel down there and let it be just as it is. Tune in to your uterus in a quiet and dark place, lying down, and offer to your sweet self this forgiveness. It can come from your heart, in a quiet whisper, or it can come as a loud sigh. Either way, keep attention focused on the feelings and sensations down there in your sacred womb. If you don’t feel any, just remain calm and peaceful… they will come. Your yoni will speak to you. She never stops speaking, but are you listening? Allow her to speak forgiveness.
Sex is not just orgasm, it is the process, it is the whole journey and how much you can be there with all that you feel, right there, right here. Before hand bathe together, get fresh, stay naked, and play. Laugh together. Fill your space with the scents of vanilla bean, sandalwood, or jasmine and delight in them. Put your favorite sexy music on in the background. Light your space with candles – just bright enough to gaze upon the beauty of one another. Explore eachothers body as if it were a map, look for the hot spots, kiss all over, activate from the head to the toes.
Cuddle up and ride out the second half of the delicousness – it’s still happening. Use coconut oil with lavender essential oil to give each other massages after the peaks have turned to rolling hills, and oceans have turned to streams. Then, gently head towards the kitchen to savor this mighty fine lovers drink:
2 cups of warm milk (take your pick: cows, goats, rice, almond, cashew, soy)
Spices to taste, in order from more to less:
1 tbsp Honey
1 tbsp Ghee (clarified butter)
To prepare: Warm the milk first on the stove on a simmer, then add the Ginger and Cardamom (if pods) and let them seep while your fall again in love with eachother, add the powdered spices next, ghee, and finally the honey.
Head back to bed and enjoy the warmth together.