Hey everyone! So I did a Q and A video on Asexuality not too long ago but wanted to do one on being Bi as well. Please comment some questions for this video down below. :) #bi#qanda#questions#sexuality#life
For my body.
For the safety I feel in it
And the ownership I feel of it.
For the range of sensations it’s capable of experiencing.
For my freedom
And for the opportunity to bring what is mine to carry into this world
However radical, unusual, unconventional, or uncomfortable it may be.
For my loved ones, you know who you are.
The ones who are there, every step of the way.
Picking me up, encouraging me, pushing, and nudging
But mostly simply reminding me of who I am.
• TRIBAL TANTRA TRAINING DAY 9 •
The first one we often meet after our Mother is Father. When we as a child start exploring the world, tasting this, trying that, we look to him to see how to navigate and relate. Is it safe and exciting? Or dangerous and scary? Our father teaches us relationship to our emotions and our heart. As with Mother, we come to the place where we release our father free from that role and unite with the Divine Masculine within, so that we can take full responsibility for our lives, holding our own hearts.