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Solo Sex Magic Part 1
Episode 1821st October 2020 • Medicine Caller • Sophia Wise One
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Beloveds! Sophia is on the road again and sharing wisdom from the car. This conversation with a friend was so rich that they couldn't help but hit record, and thank goodness! We all get to benefit from the wisdom and liberation and joy that is sex magic. Sophia has so much to share about sex and healing the wounds we all carry around sex that this is only part 1!

She talks about:

  • Telling the difference between dreaming about someone and actually visiting with them on the dream plane.
  • Being aware of your boundaries or openness when fantasizing about a real person.
  • Taking fantasies that maintain trauma patterns and transforming them into truly fantastic, healed desires.

We need your help! Before Sophia can make part 2, we want to know what you want to hear about. Do you need further clarification on a topic from this episode? Is there something she didn't touch on that you want to hear about? Make a post and tag Sophia or DM her @SophiaWiseOne on instagram or send an email through her website SophiaWiseOne.com. We want to hear from you!

There is still time to register for the Online Fire Woman Retreat with A'magine (Amy Jo) from October 22-25! Sign up for the whole retreat here or just come for the free opening ceremony on October 22 here.

For more resources for finding calm in these stressful times and to never miss another live recording you can follow Sophia on Facebook by searching Sophia Wise One or on Instagram @Sophia Wise One

As always you can go to SophiaWiseOne.com for more information about the show, Reports from the Spider Queen, to preorder the I Love My Life Card Game and Oracle Deck, to join Sophia’s email list, and so much more!

“I am Sophia Wise One: Daughter of the Wind. I am calling you to Rise Up, Rise Up, Rise Up. Rise up and take your place.”

This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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