‘Like all good sex, conscious intimacy starts with a LOT of foreplay’
Clinical Psychologist and critically acclaimed author Dr. Shefali believes that introducing intimacy in a marriage or even in the most casual relationship comes at a price. It requires a lot more introspection than you could ever have imagined. You can’t find it hidden in a Kamasutra book. Get prepared for a stark, spiritual awakening in love, relationships, marriage and parenting.
*This episode is from a stage talk at our Mindvalley Live event in LA.
Listen out for:
- What the greatest orgasmic pleasure possible is – how to have the best sex life ever.
- Which of your core needs were probably NOT met as a child, and how you project this pain into your relationship.
- The problem with ‘falling in love’ without exploring spiritual growth and your true self.
- The twin-beggar syndrome.
- The real reason you may have a fear of intimacy.
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About Shefali Tsabary
Endorsed by Oprah as “revolutionary” and “life-changing”, New York Times bestselling author and Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Shefali is the foremost expert in the field of conscious parenting.
Dr. Shefali’s journey into this radically new parenting paradigm arose from her own experience as a parent herself. Reacting irrationally to one of her then 3-year-old daughter’s tantrums, Dr. Shefali became deeply self-aware that her parenting frustrations were never about her child. Rather, it was about her own unmet childhood needs that she was unconsciously projecting on her own daughter.
Merging western psychology and eastern philosophy, Dr. Shefali espouses a more conscious approach to parenting that centers around honoring our children as sovereign beings, creating real connections with them, and most importantly, raising our own consciousness as parents.