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Six Vulnerable Conversations between two Women
61 minutes | Apr 6, 2018
2.6: Embodiment, Transmission & Mastering Your Reality with Arielle Brown and Jamie Thompson
Women body shaming themselves because society is telling them that they don’t fit it in with their size and shape has become a norm rather than the exception. But part of that society is telling that your reality is what and how you make it if you work around how you relate your body, this translates to how you make a relationship with your life. Start living in your body instead of your head. Mastering your reality starts when you start ripping off the one thing that you’re trying to fit in.
60 minutes | Mar 30, 2018
2.5: Competition, Comparison & Scarcity Mindset with Arielle Brown And Jamie Thompson
Women become empowered and inspired when they tap into things they normally would just hide from other women, like negative emotions of physical imperfections. This idea of competition between women starts early when little girls start to swim in a pool of jealousy and comparison. But as grown women, we can choose to reframe this scarcity mindset into a passion, learning, creativity and positive energy. If we really look at ourselves and see what we really look like, there is no need to look for the validation of others.
61 minutes | Mar 23, 2018
2.4: Cultural Taboos: Sex, Older Men And Exploring with Women with Arielle Brown And Jamie Thompson
What is a taboo and what taboos specifically exist for women? Arielle Brown and Jamie Thompson answer this question as they talk about cultural taboos for women’s sexuality. They explore the concept of sexual relationships with older men, sexuality and attraction with other women, and why it is so important to dismantle taboos. The places where we have shame for our sexuality is only when we don’t claim it and come into full ownership over it that it can have power over us. They share that to dismantle this personal taboo will dismantle its power over you. Learn how to dismantle these taboos to fully embrace your sexual curiosity and desires.
62 minutes | Mar 16, 2018
2.3: Power, Surrender and Releasing Control with Arielle Brown and Jamie Thompson
Present-day women are faced with the challenge of balancing between their feminine and masculine side. While they lean towards their stronger and independent side in the workplace and social circles, they still want to stay connected with their soft and finer side. A lot of women actually like letting down their hair sometimes, taking the backseat, and releasing control over to men. Arielle and Jamie talk about what it takes to be a woman in today’s world and share that vulnerability and surrender doesn’t necessarily mean weakness.
61 minutes | Mar 9, 2018
2.2: The Dark Side of the Goddess Movement with Arielle Brown and Jamie Thompson
In the modern day spirituality movement for women, it’s natural to tap into the light side because it’s easy and comfortable and there is now double standard that comes along with it. The dark side of the Goddess movement touches on this edgy aspect of searching for your sensuality and humanity. While it has the word “dark” in its name, this movement is still a pursuit of enlightenment. By acknowledging this dark side, you also acknowledge your imperfections and negative aspects of your life like being selfish and greedy. This in turn will lead to better understanding your desires and intuition.
61 minutes | Mar 2, 2018
2.1: The Victim Archetype in Romance & Relationship with Arielle Brown and Jamie Thompson
There are many cultures across the world where the image of women is projected as the victim archetype. For them to find true love, they must wait for their prince charming riding out into the sunset. While this fantasy works for some, women of today still need to realize that they can come from a place where they are already happy and experiencing love. There is this place of owning the experience, taking charge and mastering the relationship and not be just a damsel in distress.
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