Stoke the Fire

Today I had coffee with three very intriguing and ultimately inspiring women.  They all shared a little of their back ground and past (and I have to admit mine is quite boring compared to these three – Qld Ballet director, working with crocodiles and holding feminine energy for a festival!) and how that journey has led them to where they are now.  The more I meet and talk to the women who are out there sharing their message and offering transformational experiences the more I see the characteristics of resilience and passion.

You can see the passion in the visions they create when you are talking with them, you can hear the fire in their voice and message and you can taste their joy of living in purpose.  Just being in presence and conversation with women like this is enough to stir the flames of your own passion. But it is not an easy journey.  They have had to walk the coals many times with courage and conviction to get to the other side of doubt, despair, fear, pain and discomfort.  Here is where the resilience steps in.  No matter how difficult the path may have been there is an inner knowing that even if they wanted to, there is no leaving the purpose set out before them.

And what I also discovered in my telling of how Spirited Women’s Network was created, was that same fire, that same vision, that same joy within myself.  When did that become such a strong and embodied message?  This is my passion and I am one of these women.  Are you?  I know you are.  Have you recognized this in yourself yet?  If not then go in and feel the inner fire.  What does it want to en-lighten?

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One Response to Stoke the Fire

  • Balle says:

    We are in our late 50 s, together for 14 years (married 10) depely in love. All is not perfect though, and I’m wondering if it’s my fault. Am I being too demanding? Selfish? Unreasonable? If you’ve been in a loving relationship for at least 10-15 years, I’d like your opinion.My wife loves me dearly and I don’t doubt that. Her libido has become almost zero while mine has stayed the same (a common complaint, I guess). Still, she gives me a climax several times a week. And yet I don’t feel fulfilled, and don’t know why. More importantly, neither does she.I thought it was women who come to miss the passion and romance in their relationships, who want more touching, kissing, playfulness and caressing in their realtionships. But in our relationship, it is me. We have very little of those things despite our deep love for each other. Am I weird to want those things more than my wife? To feel bad when my advances are rebuffed? Please share your thoughts, experiences, and advice.She seems to think men just need a climax, however often, to satisfy thier needs. I have tried to tell her that to me, sex is more than just having a climax. Sure, sometimes sex IS just about having a climax, for both genders, but I guess what bothers me is that nowadays with us, that’s all it is most of the time. When we do make love, kissing and cuddling, it couldn’t be better and I feel it for days. But for her, the next day it seems to be more like okay, we did that, now we’re done. Recently I tried to get romantic, or frisky the day after we’d had such a session, and she said, See, that’s the problem meaning I should be satisfied and shouldn’t be bothering her again.The only reason I’m asking this question here is because I love her dearly, but miss our intimacy, so often feeling rejected and so rarely feeling physically desirable to her.Lorann Roleplaying or that type of thing might help, but she doesn’t want to try anything like that. If I suggest it, she sees it as just another expression of my excessive sexuality. Besides, she’s very traditional, and though she used to love to play and experiment, she wouldn’t be open to such a thing.Another problem with that suggestion is that it implies that the she is the one with the problem, that she needs to change. The way she sees it, I am the one with the problem and I am the one who needs to change my behavior and/or temper my desires.

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