Did you know?
One of the leading reasons couples seek marital counseling is due to the decline of passion in their marriage. And yet, few couples recognize how important it is to keep that passion, that chemistry and that sexual spark going between them… until their marriage begins to fade. So the question that begs to be asked is this: is the decline of passion just an inevitable occurrence over the long haul, and couples should just sit back and hope that love and shared commitment will be enough to see them through?
My answer is an uncompromising NO.
And here’s why: if you allow the passionate fires to fade… then soulmates turn into roommates, monogamy becomes monotony, and marriage life begins to feel like a prison — one which not even your principles would prevent you from wanting to escape.
The bad news?
While true love is like the sun — it burns forever — passion is more like a fire. If you leave it unattended, it goes out. This means that passion never spontaneously renews itself… it requires conscious effort and attention.
Now, for the good news.
Though it can grow cold due to neglect, passion never dies. Like a fire, even if passion grows cold, it can be rekindled, reawakened and brought back to life. The challenge, of course, is that most people don’t have a clue how to go about doing that.
Which is why I’m convinced…
What couples need now more than ever is not sex therapy, but something along the lines of “passion therapy”, where they are taught the skills and techniques to help them passion up their marriage — so they won’t ever feel the need to reach beyond its borders to feel fulfilled.
But let me ask you this.
Before today, has anyone ever given you a recipe for renewing desire, rekindling romance and reigniting passion and intimacy between you and your partner? If the answer is no, then you are in for a treat because I’m going to introduce you to what is both a process and a practice for doing just that. I call it Passion Therapy.
What Is Passion Therapy?
Passion Therapy is the conscious weaving (integration) of rituals into your sexual practice so that it reignites and awakens the passion within.
It’s both a process and a practice. The main emphasis is on the rituals of pleasure and mindfulness, many of which are taken from ancient traditions found in tantra and the Kama Sutra, mixed with more modern sex therapy and conscious loving techniques and approaches.
The Mission Of Passion Therapy
Our mission is to help couples learn how to keep the passion fires burning all the way up to forever.
Think of it this way…
Passion Therapy is about learning how to increase desire for each other, rather than desire for sex. The rituals are designed to help you and your partner to practice bringing MORE than just your body to the bedroom so that your sexual connection goes beyond skin deep… to soul deep. The goal is to honor your own sexual experience as well as your partner’s by fully engaging with your mind, body and spirit. This includes weaving your conscious awareness into your sexual experiences.
What Makes Passion Therapy Unique?
Passion Therapy is a unique approach in four key ways:
- Our primary focus is on committed (monogamous) couples. We teach you the romantic skills, techniques and rituals to renew and rekindle your passion and sexual connection for life.
- Our emphasis is on practice. We teach you romantic rituals and best practices for igniting and maintaining passion and sexual happiness.
- Passion Therapy is an open source community. It’s our charter to collect and make available to everyone the world’s largest library of romantic rituals. And perhaps most importantly…
- Passion Therapy is designed to be a self-guided experience. This means that any couple anywhere in the world on any given day or night can try a tantric ritual or explore a tantric idea.
SIDE NOTE: I do facilitate a Couple’s Retreat twice a year, for those who want a more hands-on experience of Passion Therapy.
Is Passion Therapy Right For You?
Obviously, Passion Therapy is not right for every couple. For example, this approach would NOT be right for you and your partner if…
- You are in a relationship where safety is an issue.
- One of you has been diagnosed with medical or sexual issues.
- One of you has psychological or mental issues.
- One of you is not healthy enough for sexual activities.
- One of you is under the care of a licensed psychologist or medical practitioner.
However, Passion Therapy might be worth considering if…
- Your relationship is stuck in a rut or trapped in routines, and you’re looking for ways to add spice, newness and adventure (without tricks or gimmicks).
- The love and affection is strong in your relationship, but the sexual happiness could use a little tune-up.
- You’re looking for healthy ways to increase sexual happiness and well-being within your relationship.
- You’re looking for ways to deepen the trust and intimacy in your relationship.
- You’re both curious to learn new ways to love, touch and please each other.
- You’re curious to learn what else there is to learn about sex and sexual happiness.
- You’re already a passionate couple, and Passion Therapy would simply be a next-level experience for you.
- You want to ensure that the passion in your marriage continues to grow and evolve, rather than fade and decline.
If any of these rings a bell for you…
I believe it’s worth taking a few more minutes to explore and learn a bit more about this approach. Coming up is my crash course on basic Passion Therapy. It gives you the basic principles and presuppositions that make up the entire Passion Therapy philosophy. I encourage you to read them all the way through. By the time you get to the end of the crash course, I sense you’ll have an even better idea if this is right for you.