So my sister Lily is an artist, and she’s completely brilliant and incredibly ballsy in her work. Here’s a photo of her and a recent commission piece. To the right, an erotic art piece that when I first saw it was like, “ummm whoa, you did that!?” She brings a rich perspective into the way women are conditioned to embody themselves in society. Can you tell we’re related?
She’s a badass. You can follow her on instagram @lilyjbrown and check out her website for details in the comments below. She does commissions, she’s amazing, you should definitely check her out. I’ve posted some more of her art photos in the comments below.
I’m conducting a series of interviews with women who want to up-level their experience of intimacy, sex and communication in relationship with men.
These interviews are for women who want to become sexually sovereign in their relationships and in their lives.
These interviews are for women who want to irrevocably expand their capacity to receive pleasure, and speak their desires and boundaries in the moment without shame, guilt, or self-doubt.
These interviews are for women who want to engage in relationship as a consciousness practice, and drop the performance and script of “Who I need to be in order to make my relationship work”.
“Well-behaved women seldom make history”. – Marilyn Monroe
I have space for 10 interviews. If you’d like to be interviewed, PM me and I’ll send you a link to my online scheduler.
The insights you share from these interviews will be channeled into my upcoming Women’s Virtual course, APPETITE, launching in February 2018.
I’m excited to speak with you. Talk to you soon. <3
My first movie in the theater was Supergirl in 1984 with my grandmother. I was about 3.5 years old. My son is the same age. Today we took him and his 1 year old sister to their first flick Ferdinand. They sat quietly and didn’t have a meltdown. They devoured the entire large popcorn box and during the credits ran up the stairs and danced in the aisles. They loved the entire experience. A Christmas miracle. Here’s to more movies with the kids inshallah.
When I was a kid I asked my mom if Santa was coming and she, a South Asian immigrant blunt instrument, said it was a nonsense fairy tale for American kids to get presents. Then she fed me biryani. I was happy.
Tried it with my 3 year old son. Didn’t work as well.
Lovely lunch with my amazing friend Emeric! We were so glad to spend time together that we totally forgot to take a pic together. Thankfully, I took one of the office as proof I was there, lol! Then off to Montmartre area in the rain. You gotta do what you gotta do when time is limited .
Merry X-mas from 1995
Every year keeps getting better and better
2017 was filled with so many memories and experiences that i can’t believe how quick time has come and gone. ⏳
What are your goals for 2018?
You’d be surprised with what you can accomplish in 12 months when you write it down and put together a plan of action.
✔️ Grow My Facebook Group To 100,000+
✔️ Help 100+ People Fire Their Bosses
✔️ Build a 7-Figure Crypto Portfolio
✔️ Do 8-Figures in Affiliate Sales
✔️ Travel To 20+ Countries
✔️ Read 50 Books
There’s an unmatched power when you know what you want to accomplish that eveything starts to fall into place along the way…
Hard Work + Vision = Legendary Lfestyle
I’m curious who on my friends list actually
sets goals? Comment yours for 2018
Well, we have this (these) converging upon us in crisis form in short order, at the same time – say in 15 to 25 years. And a whole bunch more.
We truly need to overhaul our leadership AND our perverted political structure in spite of the fact we’re already out of time.
I first watched this 4 or 5 years ago and forgot about it; perhaps I subconsciously wanted to forget about it, I dunno.
But I just did watch it again, thanks to Kevin Hester bringing it to my attention. Thx, Kev. (I think).
The adults in the room here will watch this intently.
It’s called “Collapse of Complex Societies” by Dr Joseph Tainter
_____________Major Future Challenges___________________
1.Funding retirements for the Boomer generation.
2.Continuing increases in the cost of health care
3.Replacing decaying infrastructure
4.Adapting to climate change and repairing environmental damage
5.Developing new sources of energy
6.In all likelihood, continuing high military costs
7. Increasing costs of innovation
In 1962, the science fiction writer, Philip K. Dick, wrote “The Man in the High Castle,” among the best of his 45 novels and winner of the prestigious Hugo Award. It constitutes an alternative-history that imagines what life would be like if Germany and Japan had won World War II.
I recently discovered the novel while browsing in a used bookstore. Once I started reading it, I couldn’t put it down. I was mesmerized by Dick’s skillful weaving of politically and culturally diverse points of view, embodied in a handful of unforgettable characters, into a complex, coherent narrative. Dick also takes ideas seriously and that resonated with my philosophical interests. Here is a quote from the book that has contemporary significance. It contains the musings of an anti-fascist spy struggling to make headway in a world now dominated by fascism:
“A psychotic world we live in. The madmen are in power. How long have we known this? And–how many of us do know it?…Perhaps if you know you are insane then you are not insane. Or you are becoming sane, finally. Waking up. I suppose only a few are aware of all this. Isolated persons here and there. But the broad masses…what do they think? All these hundreds of thousands in this city, here. Do they imagine that they live in a sane world? Or do they guess, glimpse, the truth…?”
Exceptionalists vs Integrationalists: The Eurasian-Wide Struggle ~ Andrew Korybko May – 2015
The Significance Of The War On Syria:
“Considering all of the aforementioned agreements in strategic focus endemic to the American Exceptionalist-Zionist-Wahhabist alliance (hereto referred to as Cerberus), the War on Syria becomes what may aptly be described as the most pivotal Eurasian resistance struggle today.
Other than the fact that all three heads of Cerberus are bitterly engaged in mauling this Mideast nation and its people to pieces, Syria represents the last vestige of secular pan-Arab governance due to the ideological foundations of the Baath Party. This qualifies it as the most Resistant & Defiant state in Israel’s nearest vicinity and by itself is reason enough for Cerberus’ enemies (thenceforth referred to as the Herculean Coalition [the anchors of which are Russia, China, and Iran] after the Greek hero that defeated Cerberus) to support its democratically elected government.
If Cerberus is successful in slaughtering Syria, then this would herald in a Dark Age for the Mideast that would turn the entire region into a launching pad for further destabilization into the Eurasian interior, and thus, expressly target the geographic vulnerabilities of the Herculean Coalition.”
There is a detrimental and illusory separation
I see women make in their lives…
between sensuality and career,
between sexuality and purpose.
There is this fear
that if we as women inhabit
our sexuality and sensuality,
it will invalidate our intelligence,
our professional qualifications,
and our ability to lead with discernment and clarity.
This is an outdated story.
This is an old paradigm
of limiting beliefs
and compartmentalized identities.
Our patriarchal society is begging women
to inject into the corporate world
our playful magnetism,
If we continue to believe that we must disconnect
from the fact that we are sexual beings,
we’ll continue to attract
relationships and experiences
that perpetuate the belief
that our essence
We cannot wait
for the world
to give us permission
to be who we are.
We must claim it within ourselves,
so the world can mirror
our chosen sovereignty.
You can be erotic AND responsible.
You can be sensual AND in integrity.
It is time to move away
from “either or”
and move closer towards
Embrace your sexuality.
It is the key to creating the life that your soul desires.