Yuliarose's Sacred Energetic Wellness

Yuliarose's Sacred Energetic Wellness Empowering you to create happiness, self-love, compassion, and wellbeing in your everyday life. I


We are very excited to announce that .pleasure.coach will be one of our guest teachers at the ACROTANTRA Fest next January!

Yulia Rose is an international Ta***ic Intimacy Coach offering training, workshops, & retreats all over the world. She specializes in helping women, men, and couples to connect to their pleasure, step into their sexual empowerment and master their sexual energy while transforming their relationships with their bodies.

She will share with us a powerful workshop:

NAKED POWER: In this worksop we will be reclaiming our sexuality and erotic innocence. Shed the layers that keep you in shame, and negative self talk. Open to more expansion in your body and create new pathways to creative energy. This is your opportunity to be seen in your most raw, powerful form.

For more info about Yulia Rose, visit her website www.yuliarosemagdalene.com

👉🏻 to get your ticket for the festival, click on the link in the BIO

What is self-love? Before a person is able to practice it, first we need to understand what it means.Self-love is a stat...

What is self-love?

Before a person is able to practice it, first we need to understand what it means.

Self-love is a state of appreciation for oneself that grows from actions that support our physical, psychological, and spiritual growth. Self-love means having a high regard for your own well-being and happiness. Self-love means taking care of your own needs and not sacrificing your well-being to please others. Self-love means not settling for less than you deserve.

Self-love can mean something different for each person because we all have many different ways to take care of ourselves. Figuring out what self-love looks like for you as an individual is an important part of your mental health.

What does self-love mean to you?

For starters, it can mean:

Talking to and about yourself with love
Prioritizing yourself
Giving yourself a break from self-judgment
Trusting yourself
Being true to yourself
Being nice to yourself
Setting healthy boundaries
Forgiving yourself when you aren’t being true or nice to yourself
For many people, self-love is another way to say self-care. To practice self-care, we often need to go back to the basics and

Listen to our bodies
Take breaks from work and move/stretch.
Put the phone down and connect to yourself or others, or do something creative.

Eating healthily, but sometimes indulge in your favorite foods.
Self-love means accepting yourself as you are in this very moment for everything that you are. It means accepting your emotions for what they are and putting your physical, emotional, and mental well-being first.

How and Why to Practice Self Love

So now we know that self-love motivates you to make healthy choices in life. When you hold yourself in high esteem, you're more likely to choose things that nurture your well-being and serve you well. These things may be in the form of eating healthy, exercising, or having healthy relationships.

Ways to practice self-love include:

Becoming mindful. People who have more self-love tend to know what they think, feel, and want.

Taking actions based on need rather than want. By staying focused on what you need, you turn away from automatic behavior patterns that get you into trouble, keep you stuck in the past, and lessen self-love.

Practicing good self-care. You will love yourself more when you take better care of your basic needs. People high in self-love nourish themselves daily through healthy activities, like sound nutrition, exercise, proper sleep, intimacy, and healthy social interactions.

Making room for healthy habits. Start truly caring for yourself by mirroring that in what you eat, how you exercise, and what you spend time doing. Do stuff, not to “get it done” or because you “have to,” but because you care about yourself.
Finally, to practice self-love, start by being kind, patient, gentle and compassionate to yourself, the way you would with someone else that you care about.

- Written by Jeffrey Borenstein, M.D., President & CEO of the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation.


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