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In this post, Biet Simkin gives us a peek into the mindful, meditation-based approach to life that has transformed hers in incredibly inspirational ways. To get more of Biet’s insights on how meditation can level up your life, check out her class: Mindfulness 101: How to Use Meditation to Nourish Creativity, Deepen Relationships & Achieve Lasting Success.
To say that you’re having a great romantic relationship if you’re actually having great sex is a lie. To have great sex you must love yourself. The amazing thing about “falling in love” is that for somewhere between three weeks and six months, you can borrow the love of your partner to love yourself. This can facilitate great sex. The feeling of completely accepting where and who you are—that’s what allows for great sex. But after this initial infatuation period has ended, the onus is back on you to provide that self-love and feeling of acceptance.
Did I just lose you? I bet I did, because most of us would roll over and die before we accepted the responsibility of loving ourselves exactly the way we are. But this is the source of great sex. If you think you don’t deserve anything, you won’t expect great sex. If you don’t love yourself, body and soul, you won’t believe you deserve to have great sex.