Sexual History
 
Programming:
 
The vast majority of humans are unwittingly programmed about sex in various ways and most of this programming is at a very subtle and unconscious level. These programs are often innocently created by various family, cultural and religious belief systems at a very impressionable age.
 
There is an old saying ‘show me the child at seven – and I’ll show you the adult’. This is so often true.  Many people’s unconscious beliefs about themselves and life in general are created between the time of conception and the age of seven years.
 
The fabulous news is that it is never too late to change any belief – and thus change things for the better. A belief is only a thought you keep thinking!
 
Sexual Healing:
 
Like most people, both of us (John and Anne) have very different sexual histories and both required healing in different ways. We knew there had to be a better way of making love and we were determined to find it.
 
Once we asked, as always, we received! We were shown a way of making love, which is sense-sational! It is also blissful and deeply satisfying.  Anyone of any age, culture or belief system can learn it. All that’s required is honesty, open-mindedness and a willingness to explore a different way.
 
Effects of Sexual Mis-information:
 
We believe that a non-existent or unsatisfactory sex life is at the root of many of the partnership and family difficulties and even the world’s problems and conflicts. The effects of this play out from the bedroom to the boardroom and beyond. We know that this can so easily change.
 
Let’s face it. How many of us were taught how to make love by our principle care givers? Seems like a strange idea? But think about it. Most of us were taught to walk, talk, eat, ride a bike, how to swim, how to cross the road……….and so on. When it comes to learning about sex and how to make love, however, it is rarely discussed openly, freely and innocently.
 
Many of us learnt about love making and sex from the movie industry, magazines, chatting with our peer group and even from pornography. We do not condemn any of this. We simply say there is another way, which brings more love, joy, peace and deep intimacy into all love lives.
 
At ‘We Talk About Sex’ we aim to do just that by removing the blocks; the guilt, shame and embarrassment, to the awareness of love’s presence. This is part of your birth right and your soul’s journey to connect with the Divine and remembering your innocence.
 
 
 
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