Focusing on our own personal growth and expansion can so often shift the focus onto external goals, routines, and mindsets—but we can’t forget about the body. A big part of that is our sexuality, whether it’s relating to our own body or our partners. Sex is a powerful energetic force, so how can we get to a place where we are approaching it from a spiritual, elevated place?
Tiffany Janay Teaches Us to Honor Our Own Sacred Sexuality
Tiffany Janay is a sought after motivational speaker, sacred sexuality educator, women’s empowerment guide, and the owner of YoniEggs.com. She’s made a career of connecting on a personal level with people, assisting them in getting past their fears, hurt, and anxiety as it pertains to their sexuality through her work as a womb wellness advocate and sacred sexuality guide.
“You show people how to love you by how you love yourself.” – Tiffany Janay, Almost 30 Podcast
We dive into the powerful spiritual connection to the womb, how it relates to the ability to create, and practices to honor the womb more deeply. We also tap into the essence of sacred sexuality, what it means, and how you can practice it in your own life. You owe it to yourself to love your whole self.
We also talk about:
- Leading your way through life by your feelings and curiosity
- Having a prayer for your life
- Being thankful for the moments life kicks you down
- Coming into yourself and your sexuality
- Common blocks to making progress
- Men’s relationships to their bodies
- The language we use to describe our body parts
- Tending to the womb and the power of creation
- The history of yoni eggs
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