Let’s mix a little cocktail of adventure, spirituality, and sexuality and call it a solid relationship, shall we?
In today’s world of LGBTQ + the rest of the alphabet, sex is far more than just a physical act to get a release or to make babies. It’s a spiritual thing too. And, spirituality is not just a religion any more either. It’s all a grand adventure that can help you rediscover yourself, your partner and your relationship.
Today’s Coming Out Lounge guests – Drs. Rob & Janelle Alex – are going to help us discover ways to merge OUR sexuality with OUR spirituality so that we can have a grand adventure of being in our closet most intimate relationships with our significant other. When you merge your sexuality and your spirituality with your partners the possibilities can be exponential. You’ll also begin to help heal that feeling of being tired of the same old things in your relationship.
It’s time to not only spice up your sex life, but to also consciously turn the mundane into interesting experiences. Listen and discover getting turned on isn’t just about physical excitement. It is about getting turned on mentally, emotionally, spiritually and physically. You will laugh more, deepen the bond between the two of you, create lasting memories and, yes, you can create opportunities for fantastic lovemaking.
- Couplehood is about this, and it’s not what you might think
- The new “normal” of couplehood is that there is no “normal”
- The surest way to fly blind in your relationship is to not know what to ______ from your partner
- Making love is__________ (get the answer when you listen to the podcast)
- The Sexual Law Of Attraction creates this
Connect With Rob + Janelle
Experts in sexual energy + long-lasting committed partnerships, Drs. Rob + Janelle Alex, Ph.D. are mentoring couples around the globe. They are best selling authors, speakers, and hosts of the Mission Date Night podcast. Passionate about the Secret Intelligence of Relationships, Secret Animal Powers, and Transcendent Lovemaking Rob and Janelle are obliterating long-standing relationships myths.
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