Do you ever feel as if you’re living in a box in your romantic relationships? Do you feel trapped by society’s definitions of femininity (or masculinity), which dictate how you should dress, behave, act, and exist? Are you stuck in dull, drab relationships where making love feels like another chore on your to-do list?
Or, are you someone who’s stuck in singlehood, scared of opening up for fear of being hurt, and choosing the safety of being alone rather than the riskiness of finding love?
Personally, I’ve been on both ends of the stick. I’ve let myself be a victim of the stereotypical dating rules and games that stifle romance and sexuality, and I’ve also closed my heart to love more times than I can count.
There are countless relationship and dating books detailing tips and tricks for fixing relationships, but I haven’t read a book like Artist of Love by Madelyn Moon – my guest on this week’s episode of The Lit Up Lightworker Podcast.
Combining spirituality and theatre, Madelyn’s practices encourage expressing our full, authentic selves in relationships, creating excitement with our partners, and overcoming society’s limiting rules about how relationships should look and feel like.
Specifically, in this episode you’ll learn:
- The biggest obstacles we face in relationships
- Why we get stuck in singlehood
- How to find the balance between codependency and independency
- Creative practices to heal relationship issues
- Theatre exercises to express your emotions in relationships
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