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Does any of this sound familiar?
You don't feel connected to your body, which makes it difficult to enjoy sexual experiences.
Your disconnection from your body leaves you feeling disconnected from others, which makes it difficult to share intimacy and connection during sex.
Our relationship with our bodies impacts our sexual experiences, but that's not all. It's not just an individual thing. Our relationship with our bodies and the state of perpetual disconnect many of us find ourselves in have significant implications for our world.
"The ability to focus on what you feel when you focus on pleasurable sensations opens the door to ecstasy."
In this episode, you will learn:
1. How disconnection from the body contributes to loneliness and dissatisfaction
2. How fascism benefits from our corporal disconnection
3. How sensuality and presence can be used to fight back against fascism
Mentioned in this Episode:
Michael Samsel's article A Mind-Body Look at the Concept of Asperger's Syndrome
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Produced & Hosted by Sarah Martin
Cover Art by Nik Gothic
Music by eFly Production
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