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The Art of Being Single

How sweet it is to be loved by me.    Weave your basket of independence in the solitude but not so silent place of the bedroom, rediscover sovereignty on a whole new level. How well do you self pleasure? Society has praised the holy, not-so-holy, matrimony of partnership for a very long time. What perhaps once held the sacredness of two souls coming together in union is now too often a pathway of self-escapism and mutual self destruction, from one wounded individual to another. Merging, enmeshing and losing ourselves in relationship is a far too common tendency in an age of responsibility, where a call to healing is knocking on our doors. Being simultaneously selfish and selfless is a healed approach of...

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Temple Talks with Karl Attkins

We had the pleasure of interviewing Karl Attkins, a big wave surfer from the Northern Beaches in Australia turned Transformational Life Coach. Karl has an incredible story with a powerful message to share. Tune in and fill your cup with love and inspiration. 

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Sisters

    There will come times in life when you cross paths with energies that gently awaken something deep within you that you may not even have known to exist. It’s quite fascinating, isn’t it? That there are aspects of ‘you’ that have been there this whole time, silently, patiently existing, just without recognition. The beautiful thing about this crossing of paths, is that they will awaken it within you, just as you awaken it within them. When I am with these women I feel a sense of wholeness that can only occur when the masculine and feminine have united in complete, egoless harmony. And although we each within us hold the energies of masculine and feminine, there is something...

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We are equal, because we're different.

  No two people are born the same. We have different anatomy types designed to carry out different functions. Our genetic makeup both in our own ancestral lineage and in our genders carves out a unique signature of our human forms. And yet, what has sustained our evolution through all these centuries is not the coming together of what is similar; but of what is different.   Opposites attract. This is a biochemical impulse, our natural instincts to create the strongest bloodline. We are drawn to merge, and create new life from the best (and worst) of two worlds. We bring to the world our greatest selves and our worst. We meet our likeness in one another and find comfort...

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