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Blissed out… in Childbirth!

There is a whole wide  range of pleasure available to a woman in childbirth, emotional, spiritual and physical and so many nuances in between:  Ecstasy, orgasm, bliss and so much more.

Today I’d like to introduce you to a mama that really tapped into the BLISS.

Jen is an educator and artist and is 10 months postpartum. She talks about how the pleasure she experienced in the birthing room has rippled into her motherhood.

Check out this picture, taken at her birth, where you can see the BLISS Jen is experiencing all over her face!!!

Sensations of Pleasure in Birth

We received such a powerful transmission from Lisa Weinstein who so bravely and boldly shared her birth experiences with us.

Lisa gave potent words and feelings to the layers of Ecstasy and Orgasmic pleasure possible in childbirth.

If you have any doubt….
Curious how it is possible…
Want to understand what the heck I mean…

PLEASE WATCH THIS!!!

Activating the MAGIC of the Body

Our bodies are incredible.

They are the source of so much wisdom, power and PLEASURE.

But we live in a culture that distrusts the body, that fears its betrayal.

TRUSTING OUR BODIES is an essential piece of feminine reclamation and is imperative in childbirth.

Train for Pleasure

Pregnancy was an incredible, awe-inspiring experience for me.

I loved that my body was gestating a new life. I loved that it knew what to do, that it was tapping into a primal template and that I had to do very little in conscious support.

Pregnancy was an incredible, awe-inspiring experience for me.

I loved that my body was gestating a new life. I loved that it knew what to do, that it was tapping into a primal template and that I had to do very little in conscious support.

I wanted to feel that same sense of super-humaness with my birth experience. To feel that primal force move through my body and guide it to birth. The problem was, short of taking a natural childbirth class, I didn’t know how to prepare for that.

I had no idea about optimal birthing conditions.

I underestimated the role of support.

I misunderstood the degree of surrender required.

I was in the dark about the landscape of hospital vs. homebirth.

I didn’t know how to connect to my body and its wisdom.

I had no clue pleasure even had a place at the table of birth.

What is so sexy about birth???

Recently, I was telling a friend about Ecstatic birth and I noticed that she had a dubious look on her face.
When I questioned her she asked- “So, you’re trying to teach women that they can ENJOY childbirth?”
Yes. I nodded, smiling. She shook her head condescendingly. “Well, that’s an oxymoron.”

Her reaction is totally understandable, given our cultural messages around birth, the endless TV shows depicting a birthing woman as a shrieking object waiting to be rescued by the doctor or drugs. Given the medicalization of birth, women are more likely to be trading birth war stories, than sharing tales of birth as a pleasurable empowering experience.

I’m totally thrilled to announce that things are changing.