Conversations with Margaret Nichols on spirituality, sexual healing, porn, body image and surrender.

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download From award winning actress to being a recognised leader and teacher of the Oneness Movement, Margaret Nichols is providing spiritual solutions for our modern life. I first discovered Margaret some 4-5 years ago when I stumbled across one of her blog posts, Holy sh*t I’m about to be enlightened (she’s an incredible writer too!). It was just the post I needed as my world was getting freaky after my 10 days of Vipassana.…
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Desire before declutter. Always.

I walked into my daughters room the other week and there were clothes, books and toys scattered everywhere. It’s a common sight for any 8 year old girls bedroom but on this particular day, something was different. Her room felt different. What was usually so full of life and buzzing with creativity now felt stagnant, lifeless and loveless. Fact was, she hadn’t slept in her room for weeks. She hadn’t played in her room for weeks either. Instead she was…
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Surrender or defeat? How to tell the difference.

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download When it comes to conscious relationships surrender is one of the most important qualities. It’s also one of the hottest topics during my coaching sessions with women. We intellectually understand the value and importance of surrender, but when it actually comes to the act of surrendering things start to get a little confusing.  Suddenly surrendering feels icky, disempowering, and more like defeat. So how do we tell the difference if we are truly…
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My favourite books on love, sex and desire.

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download Twelve months ago I was asked by one of my readers if I had any resources on sexuality or sexual awakenings.  I wasn’t out in the world yet with LOVE SEX DESIRE but she was guided to ask me anyway (and I’m glad she did!). The interesting thing was that I didn’t own any books that I felt were worthy of recommending. And that bothered me. I had a ton of books on…
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