So they aren't scared of "the psychic". They are scared of being faced with themselves. They are scared because a psychic is generally someone you can't bullshit or make excuses with. They're detached from your situation, operating on a different plane, and are just there to tell you what the fuck is up, if you ask them.
I am by no means wealthy, not even close. My partner and I combined made less than $30,000 last year. Yet last year we spent 2 weeks in Hawai'i and 6 weeks in Europe. This year we are away for 12 weeks - spending 4 weeks in England, 4 weeks in Italy, and 4 weeks in Hungary. Here's how we do it without selling our souls (and all of our stuff)!
I wrote my own motherfucking ideas about what love is because this is what I know to be true. That is what I want other's to know is possible for them. That love is cuddles and rainbows and that if you're regularly giving each other the silent treatment and hurting each other's feelings and accepting this as the norm simply because you're in a long term relationship....it doesn't have to be like that.
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Reality Rehab is, in a nutshell, the manual for life we all wish we would have been given a long time ago. The basic fundamental life skills surrounding communication, sex, friendships, relationships, food, health and money we wish they would've taught us in school. All the things that, when you learn them, make you exclaim: Why didn't anyone tell me this?
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I used to be 100% mainstream. Blindly fumbling through life just trying to do what the system prescribed for me. You know, go to college, get married, get a good job, buy a house, a car, work your ass off every day, take a few long weekends off here and there, and hopefully have enough saved up so that I can retire someday. Maybe if I get lucky I’ll be able to travel to Europe for a couple weeks while I’m still young enough to enjoy it.
Inspired after reading Medical Medium, we realized we needed to reset our relationship with food - even though we were eating healthy. Organic, whole, local, seasonal foods made up our diet. But still, we were missing something.
So - we’re doing this protocol for 28 days and then we’re going to slowly reintroduce different foods. We've also been doing colon hydrotherapy, and BodyTalk which has been incredibly supportive and helpful.
It always comes up when we talk about "being polyamorous" which I actually really am starting to loathe the term. Why do we have to put a label on it? Because we all like labels. They make us feel comfortable.
Hey! Is your life sucking right now? Do you go to bed every night thinking "shit, I have to drag my ass out of bed in just 6 hours and go to a job that I hate all day tomorrow?" Lemme guess, you're probably also overweight, out of shape, and don't have near as much money as you wish you did. I'll bet your relationship sucks too, if you're even still in one. It's probably also a safe guess that your doctor has you on all kinds of bullshit pills to help combat your self-induced misery.
I still can’t believe it’s 2016 and we don’t have better birth control options. It’s either take some crazy fake hormones, or have some foreign body inserted in your uterus, or chart your cycles and risk having an abortion. Ultimately I ended up getting an IUD because it wasn’t fake hormones (I got the copper one) and it didn’t mess with your cycle - you still bled and ovulated and all that as per usual.