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Episode #43: Awaken the Cervix: Women Healing and Transforming through Sexuality

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11:33Podcast is about questioning the depths of human existence.  Interviews, discussions and incredible stories from people all around the world which challenge what we believe is possible as human beings and inspire us to discover and allow more for ourselves by Javiera Correa

Episode #43: Awaken the Cervix: Women Healing and Transforming through Sexuality

Javiera Correa

Olivia Bryant is an expert sexologist and co-founder of the fast growing global movement Self Cervix.

Sharing a little bit about her personal story and how this movement came to be born, she talks in a very profound and professional way how our female sexuality works and links to our own consciousness and awakening process.

“The cervix is a major trigger point to the most profound kind of orgasm or orgasmic state where you can just keep staying in a blissful ecstasy’s that can go on and on… we are talking about the transcending aspects of spirituality”.

This conversation is about transcended states of orgasm, emotional healing, consciousness, sex and much more.

Olivia´s work is also about the conditionings around sexuality that constrict us. Exploring how to be more ourselves, how to communicate with our partners and ourselves, how to honor our bodies´ wisdom.

“we read about stories of people melting into one another, expanding into the universe… in a female body this is catalyzed by the cervix…”

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