If you are the survivor of rape, it doesn’t feel easy and I want to honour you right now sister.
It is a hard wound to wear, and it can take years to build up the courage to open to intimacy or love.
What I want for you, is to know how to love yourself through that healing process, and move towards self love.
But if you weren’t raped, and yet it feels like it when you make love, even though your husband has always been kind to you and is a “good man”.
Maybe you feel ashamed or worried that your sex life has disappeared, or you feel like you are forcing yourself once a year to find the spark “because it’s his birthday”.
Then what do you do?
Do you force yourself,
to keep love alive?
What damage does it do
to the soul that lives
It is these millions of white lies that I seek to help us heal. It is the thousand untruths, it is the unwillingness to ask, and the pain when he says no, and the willingness to ask again anyways.
Because is is the young women of our time
who will shape the sexuality of our young boys.
And we shape them.
We have the power
to end rape completely
in our generation.
I believe that if we can shed light for young women of all ages, and let them feel the true connection to their own innocent and powerful sensuality, then they will have a sense of the FEELING that intimacy truly carries.
When they know this as the truth of the interior of their soul, then there is no way they will tolerate the kind of behaviours and men who perpetrate these acts.
This will heal the world.