There is a science to mastering intimate relationships. The trouble is, most people enter into a relationship without knowing this science and so when things start to go wrong, they have no idea how to put them right. There are Universal principles and laws that work for or against everyone, whether they're aware of them or not. The major principle that underwrites the science of intimate relationships is the relationship between the feminine and the masculine principles, or energies, of the Universe. These energies can be likened to the positive and negative leads in the electrical cable which, when they
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David Brown, Founder and Principal of The School of Intimacy, Consciousness and Self-Awareness speaks about intimacy, sexual attitudes and Surrogate Partner Therapy in this newly released podcast by Mick Brennan of Strong Roots Podcasts. Listen to it now below: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3pAGqpRUYrz6TFwt79IIuK?si=9MTwlgMjRNajzcfgLxz95A
I think many of us will have had, at some time or another, the frustrating experience of wanting to build a bonfire for your children, a cosy fire in midwinter for you and your lover, or have a bar-b-q to entertain your friends; only to find that the fire doesn’t ignite properly. You try to hide your frustration, spend a lot of energy and time trying to get this fire to do what you want from it, and in the end having to admit that it is not going to happen and either give up completely, or start all over
David Brown, Founder of ICASA, explains how Sexual Surrogate Partner Therapy in the UK helps men and women to overcome fear of intimacy and sexual problems. https://youtu.be/IOdnNKA3lFg
David Brown, Principal of ICASA, explains the difference between pornography addiction and obsession, offers ways to recognise when the habit has become a problem and introduces five practices that result in personal transformation. https://youtu.be/aJldfkUtTXU
All of us, as human beings, long to love and be loved. We all long, even crave, for intimacy. But many of us have a strange fear of love—a fear of intimacy—which makes us hide; and it means that many men and women have not been able to experience intimate relationships, intimacy, or have any form of sexual experience. And in this place of hiding, we become isolated and begin to look at ourselves in the wrong kind of way. We begin to condemn ourselves and to disqualify ourselves from being worthy of love, or being capable of love. This