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Sex, Love, and Selfship with Love Ma'at

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Sex, Love, and Selfship with Love Ma'at

Love Ma’at is a Sexual Hypnotherapist, motivational speaker, Relationship & Intimacy Coach and Tantra Practitioner. She believes sex is the strongest pain medication in the universe. Don’t be shy about wanting to know about your body, intimacy, sex, and how knowledge in all these areas can change you and your relationships for the better.

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On This Episode:

1:45 - Selfship, loving yourself

3:00 - Recognizing blockages

4:00 - Bringing toxicity from past to present relationships

5:00 - False expectations

6:20 - Not a victim

7:00 - Associating pleasure with love

11:00 - Feeling comforatable with who you are

11:30 - Joy/pleasure vs. regret

13:10 - The strongest pain medication in the universe

14:30 - Learning your own body

17:00 - Sexual dysfunctions

19:45 - Superficial beauty

Love_Ma_at_909279125.jpgLove Ma'at (born Khatrynna) is a mother, sexpert, motivational speaker, author, radio/television personality, sex researchologist, sexual hypnotherapist, relationship and intimacy coach, and tantra practioner. But most importantly, she is a lady of substance and not titles. She values the quality of being approachable to people from all walks of life.

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About Lisa Jesswein:

Lisa Jesswein is a long-time Detroit radio personality waking up listeners for over 17 years with her positive personality and infectious laugh. Now as a member of the Empower Radio family, she works to  bring hope, inspiration and information through the conversations on her show "Real Life". She believes that it's possible to live your life with intention, peace, abundance and joy when we choose to meet challenges head on.  Staying positive in a negative world is a challenge but one that Lisa has faced countless times as a two-time kidney transplant recipient, cancer survivor, divorcee and intuitive reader. Lisa has been an inspirational speaker since the age of 14 when she was asked by medical staff to speak on organ donation at the state capitol. She has been motivating people ever since and now brings her mission of helping others to Empower Radio.