Sex and cake. Yep. An interview with Tami Simon of Sounds True on Desire.

Tami Simon is one of my favourite Buddhists. And publishers. And women. To find a Buddhist woman who is the founder of a wisdom-based publishing house — it’s sexy divine. Tami Simon doesn’t suffer fools or floppy New Age gimmicks. I expected that she’d take me to task on the foundational philosophy of desire mapping. And she did. And it led to a contemplative look at one’s possible cravings for sex and cake. Read More

Embracing desire as a feminine practice. An interview with Tara Sophia Mohr.

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Tara Sophia Mohr is a wise, clear voice in the sea of personal development coaches and teachers. Her work is so clearly devoted to amplifying women’s voices. In this short conversation, we talked about embracing desire as a feminine practice and how feminine energy disrupts social structures (thank fully). We poke good fun at Buddhist retreats, explore the soul in relation to feelings and end on a … joy. Please tune in. Read More

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