Have you ever heard of hedonism?
Hedonism is the pursuit of pleasure or sensual indulgence.
In philosophy, it is the ethical theory that pleasure is the highest good and proper aim of human life.
What a powerful belief!
In that case, what is pleasure?
Pleasure is defined as an activity, experience, or aspect of something that you find very enjoyable or satisfying.
It’s my personal philosophy that if it doesn’t bring me pleasure, it isn’t worth my time. I’ve become more honest, open, and quite blunt about my desires.
In short, I have stopped saying yes to things I hate.
This likely would not have been true had I not changed the way I thought about pleasure and the things that I consider as pleasurable.
My journey into pleasure has opened many doors and helped me uncover unknowns within myself. It is because of this journey that I love guiding others in navigating the landscape of their own pleasure and unearthing a liberating treasure; especially women.
I’ve always wanted to be a pleasure consultant, I just didn’t know it.
In a society saturated with religious dogma and repressed sexuality, it seemed like something I couldn’t choose even if I had known I wanted to.
This is probably the true reason I didn’t know; I had mentally blocked it from even being a possibility.
Realizing this made me question the things I thought I had known about pleasure as well the things I thought I found pleasurable, and what other forms of pleasure were there to be discovered.
You don’t know what you don’t know.
Let’s explore your relationship with pleasure.
- How do you define pleasure?
- What myths have you learned about sex?
- How do these myths affect your ideas about sexual pleasure?
- How do they affect the way you give and receive sexual pleasure?
The ability to navigate pleasure both in and out of the bedroom can reveal much about our desires and who we are.