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Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 15, Mindful Back Massage

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Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 15, Mindful Back Massage

  Ch 15 Mindful Back Massage I just wanted to give you a heads-up that the instructions for giving a mindful back massage are very graphic. You are probably already familiar with giving back massages. I am not trying to teach you how to do this  but rather to do it mindfully. After a few minutes performing this activity you’ll see what I mean. The mindful back massage activity involves using very sexually explicit instructions to help you experience it with all five senses. Because of the explicit nature of the activity I want you to make sure you read the instructions completely...

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Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 14, Mindful Foot Massage

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Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 14, Mindful Foot Massage

  Chapter 14: Mindful Foot Massage I just wanted to give you a heads-up that the instructions for giving a mindful foot massage are very graphic. You are probably already familiar with giving a foot massage. I am not trying to teach you how to do it but rather to do it mindfully. After a few minutes performing the activity you’ll see what I mean. The mindful foot massage activity involves using very sexually explicit instructions to help you experience it with all five senses. Because of the explicit nature of the activity I want you to make sure you read the instructions...

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Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 13 Mindful Sexual Relationships

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Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 13 Mindful Sexual Relationships

  Chapter 13 is the first chapter in Part 3 of the book. Part 3 integrates everything you’ve learned about sex and mindfulness from Parts 1 and 2. In chapter 13 in the book I focus on two general themes designed to integrate mindfulness into your relationship: building grace and gratitude and improving your sexual communication. I’ll introduce you to Naikan, a type of self-reflection that focuses on building grace and gratitude. The cornerstone of Naikan practice is reflecting on  three questions: What have I done for my partner? What has my partner done for me? What pain...

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Sexual Mindfulness Book: Chapters 11 & 12: Mindfulness Training

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Sexual Mindfulness Book: Chapters 11 & 12: Mindfulness Training

  In chapters 11 and 12 of the book I give you step-by-step instructions for how to build mindfulness through what I call “formal and informal mindfulness training.” Formal mindfulness training is structured around a program of daily meditation practice. There are countless ways to teach people how to meditate. I teach mindfulness meditation in three steps:   Diaphragmatic Breathing Training Breath Meditation Training Mindfulness Meditation Training   I find that breaking formal training down this way makes it easier for most people to relearn what it means to be...

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Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 10, Acceptance and Mindfulness

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Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 10, Acceptance and Mindfulness

Ch 10 Acceptance and Mindfulness So, imagine you’ve read all of the chapters in the book and you have a better understanding of your sexuality and what mindfulness is all about. What if you don’t like what you’ve become more mindful of? What if there are aspects of your personal sexuality or your relationship that you don’t like or that trigger troubling thoughts and painful emotions? How do you get beyond this to experience greater sexual satisfaction? The answer lies partially in Acceptance.Acceptance  has four components: accepting reality for what it is. accepting...

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