How hard is it for you to say your truth?
What happens when you see something you are in complete disagreement with?
Do you squirm yourself to silence, inside?
Or flick out the truth like you were tossing a handful of coins in a fountain?
And how about the truth of the way you feel?
Like—let’s say—when you feel scorched with jealousy?
Or unhappy with the way your lover is treating you?
Can you be simple and direct about where you are?
Or do you go to internal overload—like a nuclear power plant in Code Orange, internal sirens blaring?
How about when someone hurts your feelings?
Or disappoints you?
Can you out yourself?
Or do you slam shut like a clam?
The School of Womanly Arts is about to launch our Virtual Pleasure Boot Camp, and in honor of cutting a woman loose from whatever limits her genius, and celebrating the potential in every single one of us who has ever had a desire for MORE, I am launching this free video series, which will take place over the next month.
I designed this series to give you the specific technology that allows a woman to take any dream or desire, no matter how seemingly impossible, and turn it into a reality. In this first video, I’ll show you exactly how I did just that. You’ll see my “before” and “after” and learn how I went from waitressing tables with a newborn baby at 41 years old to turning on thousands of women as the “Queen of Pleasure” and living a life beyond my wildest imagination. I’m about to connect you with an even deeper experience of your life force and show you the vista from which anything is possible…
My mother has not read a book, cover to cover, in about 10 years.
She has already finished volume one of the Fifty Shades trilogy and read some passages of it to her Fiancé. (Yes, I said Fiancé. She announced her engagement during Weekend One of the current Spring Mastery.)
My best bud asked for a copy of the trilogy, on her birthday. Her sister swiped it from her last weekend and swallowed it whole before Sunday night. Saturday Night Live has done a hilarious sketch on the subject.
I have sent this book to more friends than any book since Eat, Pray, Love.
And every friend who has read it gets a conspiratorial glint in her eye, as she reveals her guilty pleasure. What is up, Sisters?continue reading…
About a week ago, I posted my profile on an online dating site.
Wow, what a wild new world.
I jump on my computer in the morning and wonder—who contacted me? Will I like him? Will anyone fun ask me out?
Will anyone respond to my post?
It has been fun to see who has responded to my profile.
I have had quite a few interesting guys write to me and ask to meet me.
So far, there appears to be some mo in my jo.
One guy who wrote to me had even been to our Men’s Night event at Mastery a few times, which was great, and we went out for a drink last night and had fun.
It happened. Finally. I had gotten through the winter with no cold, no flu, just sparkling health. Then, what was it? Too much skinny-dipping in Miami by the light of the Super Moon?? I’ll never know. But I came home with a huge honkin’ cold. Which allowed me to do something I never ever do. Lie down flat on my couch for two days, watching movies. Which led to something I have resisted for even longer than I resisted this cold, but decided, finally, to surrender to…my weekend with Marilyn.
After Oprah’s Lifeclass and a Tom Cruise movie, it was time for My Week with Marilyn. I thought Michelle Williams did a great job with a really difficult role. How is a 21st-century actress ever going to be able to fill the shoes of an icon? And Marilyn is not just any icon. continue reading…