August 12, 2010: Why it’s wise to worship a woman
Why it is wise to worship a woman
In part 1 of a 3 part series, Awakening coach Arjuna Ardagh urges men to cast off their relationship fears and open their hearts to the delicious rewards of woman-worship
BY ARJUNA ARDAGH — A few days ago, after a particularly exquisite evening with my wife Chameli, I put this post on Facebook before going to bed:
“I have had many, many great teachers in my life. A super abundance. No one and nothing comes close to the woman who is now asleep in the bedroom. My marriage has become the sat guru, the salvation, the muse, the crack through which the divine shines through.”
When I woke up the next morning, there were the love offerings of people who liked the post as well as comments. One man had the vulnerability and courage to post this on Facebook:
“Thank you Arjuna for this sharing, I feel like [I’m] in front of a choice which is between feeling envious of what you have and I don’t, or instead to decide that, ‘I want that too,’ and, as you show, it is possible. . .
I was touched.
Over the next days, I got several more messages like this from men: vulnerable men, honest men, rare and courageous men. They came in as private messages on Facebook or through our website, and they all said basically the same thing:
“I read your Facebook post. I want what you have. Show me how to get it.”
So, friends, here it is. The short guide on how to worship a woman, and why it’s the wisest thing that a man can do.
First of all, let’s pop a few very understandable doubts that you might have. I’m familiar with all of them…
Read part 2 of this series: Peeling the petals: Uncovering the divine feminine in a woman’s heart . ..
Taking the final steps towards successful woman worship
In part 3 Arjuna provides two tips for men who are ready to honour the women in their lives. Read more…
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