Feng Shui For Dating: A Bedroom That Manifests Love.

Simply stated, the ancient art form of feng shui is two-fold: welcoming beautiful energy into your life, and making it feel at home. When you walk into a space and feel an immediate sense of reverence — that’s feng shui. It’s powerful. And it’s communicated thru the language of metaphor, with our homes as metaphors for our (love) lives. If walls could talk, what would they say about your dating life?  

As I continually refine my feng shui practice, subtlety reigns; more sensuality than suncatcher crystals. Chanel had it right when she declared, “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take at least one thing off.” Apply this to interiors, for open space is vital when manifesting change. Fresh energy needs a place to rest. Single friends (or those looking to ramp up an existing relationship) contemplate on how much space you have in your life, and for the focus of this article, your bedroom. If you were a guest, would you feel comfortable? A potential partner needs to sense that you have space for them, in all ways.

I remember someone telling me to always sleep in your own guest room. Now that I’m dating again post-divorce, I lost the guest room but kept the adage, and apply it thru the lens of romance. When I invite a man over, I want him to relax, lounge and leisure with me, get grounded, and feel open enough to bare his soul. I set up my house to reinforce these desires. What are your relationship desires? As you apply the following steps, infuse your intentions into each action. In feng shui, the ‘cure’ and the intention work in delightful tandem.

How to use feng shui to activate your bedroom for dating in six easy steps:

  1. Place your bed in a power position.

‘Power position’ is a feng shui term for the most beneficial placement of a high-use piece of furniture. For a bed, a power position entails:

  •  a solid wall behind the headboard
  • space to enter the bed from either side
  • a clear view of the bedroom door, without being in line with the doorway

Basically, position yourself so that no one can sneak up behind you, and you can see who is coming into the room. Considering the energy flow in such a manner leads to a feeling of safety, which translates into peaceful sleep. I’ve seen many a single sleeping with their bed pressed up against a wall. I ask them: “How is your lover supposed to get in and out? Over your sleeping body?” Not very considerate.

BONUS: Think fresh sheets for fresh action. Treat yourself to a new set of linens (or even pillowcases) for better juju.  Red is the color of passion, purple of abundance and green of growth…

  1. Clean under your bed.

You are literally sleeping with anything you keep under your bed. Think about that. If you keep old shoes there, then you are sleeping with those shoes — and with all of the places they have walked, all of the dirt they have acquired. Tax records, sleeping with them. Winter clothes, sleeping with them. Whatever is under the bed becomes activated as a metaphor in your love life; likely not the threesome you fantasize about. Keep it clean and clear under the bed, for better sleep, sex and dreaming.

  1. Choose matching bedside tables.

Equality in relationship is a beautiful goal. Set the mood for this equality to be revealed with matching bedside tables. Yes, it can be that simple! The tables should fit the look and scale of your bed. If a lamp is on one, a matching lamp should be on the other. For singles, I like to stack the deck by placing something symbolic on a future partner’s table: an empty notebook for the adventures you will write together or a book of erotic poetry.  And how about your side? Every surface has the potential to be an incognito altar.  

BONUS: Minimize electronics (EMFs) beside the bed for healthier sleep. Charge your phone somewhere else at night.

  1. Remove mirrors that directly face the bed.

Mirrors bounce around energy and double what they reflect. Struggling with insomnia, nightmares or infidelity? Take down the mirror(s) facing your bed, or cover at night if removal is not an option. Go mirrorless for a more harmonious environment.

  1. Create room in your closet.

Okay, so your dream lover is chilling in bed, leaning against that solid wall and reading you erotic poetry: but where will they hang their hat? If dreamy weekends together sound nice, give your guy or gal a place to hang up a few items. Keep a handful of empty wooden hangers in your closet. I promise you will smile when you see these hangers, picturing the stylish mate en route to you.

BONUS: Do the same in your medicine cabinet.  

  1. To be in a couple, decorate in pairs.

Look around your room, art included, and look for themes. A few years back I kept meeting men with whom I would really connect, only to learn that they were in an open relationship. I checked out my house. Sets of three were abound, which makes sense as a single mama with two sons. I remedied and the pattern stopped. As Aristotle stated, “the chief forms of beauty are order and symmetry.” Symmetry is pleasing to the eye, as well as to the heart. Add life with a pair of plants. Hang a painting of union. Get creative and embed happy twosomes around your bedroom.

To close, try this exercise with me to uncover your ‘Love Corner.’ Walk thru the doorway of your bedroom and go to the back right corner. What do you find here? Very telling! Love on this zone and place something symbolic here, or better yet, two somethings. But more on this in Feng Shui & Dating, Part Two: The Love Corner, coming soon.

Meghan Wallace James is at the Spiritual Advisor in residence at VÉRITÉ.  She is pleased to offer VÉRITÉ readers a special rate for virtual feng shui consults.  Email Meghan at mwj@meghanwallacejames.com for more details!

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“I Was In An Open Relationship”

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Two twenty-somethings lead us down the rabbit hole of what it is like to question the traditional structure of “The Relationship” in exchange for “The Open Relationship”. With the influx of modern literature touching on the subject, such as the popular Sex at Dawn, we are supported in making these decisions more than ever before. It may not be a setting you are likely to find on your Facebook, but this disclosed style of dating isn’t just the ferris wheel adverse to a significant other — these are true serious bonds, they just aren’t monogamous. Guess what, they are working.

Meet Laura, a 24 year old based in New York City. It all began on a long summer day at a dive bar where Laura met her boyfriend for the very first time. While hanging out with an attractive lesbian acquaintance, they spotted a guy across the room that rose interest in both of them. By the end of the night the three had caught on to a pretty strong bond, ending up spending the night together. This was Laura’s first threesome. The trio continued to hang out for about a month together but soon the other girl amicably left the trifecta, and the duo were left with a two year tie ahead of them.
“We were all having such a good time and the dynamic really worked well. There wasn’t any jealousy I think mostly because she’s a lesbian and he’s straight so I feel like in a weird way I was the corner stone. I’m kind of a jealous person in a reactionary way but I feel like that’s why it worked so well, I didn’t have anything to be jealous of.”
For about six months it was monogamous, but during a trip to Costa Rica they met another couple they really clicked with, and by the time they returned home this was a natural element in the relationship.
Jealousy didn’t resurface as they were consistently communicative about equally being attracted to people that came into their lives. “It was never a shady thing, we would never go behind each others backs or use people for sex. It was an admiration or a respect. We always did it together. It was about being totally honest with your feelings and each other,” Laura explains “…and so many conversations of fleshing things out.”
The two stayed together happily, until they finally decided to go their own way, however the multiple-partners played no part in the uncoupling.

“I think it worked so well because it started day one like that. I’ve always been interested in exploring different relationship models but with boyfriends before it never felt right, you already have this agreement and if you work outside the bounds of that it feels like ulterior motives in a way. It can’t just be like you want to bring someone in that you know, and make it about a sexual thing. It has to be that we are both independently attracted to this person, their personality — and they have to be respectful of you guys as a couple.”
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On another coast, a seven year alliance took a different approach to shifting the boundaries of what was between them. Dores and her boyfriend, both 30, began long distance. Two years in he relocated to California to be with her. The move brought a dose of pressure for both, and she came to realize that he had been seeking intimacy outside of their accord. She focused in on the fact that as a human she too had attractions to others, and being raised in a European household wasn’t as stigmatized by the guidelines of the classic American family. Knowing that this didn’t have to be the end, they started looking into other forms of structuring, while maintaining their strong intellectual, loving bond. Through copious amounts of reading and research, they found solace in the decision to reorient.
“It made us very close for a long time, you’re super open, it makes you really know this person. We were very scared — it was kind of weird but not as weird as you would think. For me I didn’t need to know the details, for me it’s knowing if I ask I can be told, having no lies.”
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She made it clear that jealousy didn’t come from the other women but the fact that he had more free time to pursue than she did. As they had promised each other, they soon talked it out, creating a balance.
“You get to see them in a different light when you’re in an open relationship. When you’re very close to somebody you aren’t as attracted to them, it almost becomes platonic, but if they are across the room talking to someone they become more attractive. In an open relationship it makes you see them the way other people see them.”
What she learned from the years that they chose to live with this format was that the first rule is there are no rules — once you hit a hurtle you must equilibrate together and move forward. Did they tell the people they were dating that they had a live-in person? He did, she usually didn’t. She realized very quickly that as soon as you tell someone that you’re just there to have sex, they won’t stick around for long. However, her boyfriend helped her to see that after a few dates it was only fair to the other person to unfold the information.
“It’s not the third person that pulls you out of a relationship, it’s you that leaves.” Soon enough they found that their independence was keeping them more apart than together, and decided to end the things to grow separately. Dores had also realized that she had grown feelings for someone that she had been dating and wanted to pursue that connection. The two have stayed extremely close in their breakup, which she says was ideal, and continue to push each other forward as friends.

It’s exhilarating to be apart of a generation that is brave enough to question the cultural architecture of how we delve into our partnerships. Ask yourselves why you choose to either be in an open or closed relationship. It’s not for everyone, but looking inward to find what is right for you and your S.O. is the most important part of beginning. For neither Laura nor Dores was this format the ending of their love, both running its course naturally. However, it’s honesty and communication are what made it successful. “It’s harder to be monogamous than to be in an open relationship.” Dores says in closing.

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Femme Feed | Third-Wave Feminism, A Glossary of Terms You Need to Know

Third-Wave Feminism, A Glossary of Terms You Need to Know, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Feminism, Misogyny, third-wave feminism, girl talk, Queer, Cis, Binary, Masculinity, Tumblr, Instagram, Social Media, Glossary, Internet Art, Androcentric, Fat Shaming, Slut Shaming, Benevolent Sexism, intersectionality, Raunch Culture, MGTOW, The Male Gaze, Non-Binary. One can easily feel left out of dinner conversation in the height of a movement called Third-Wave Feminism. Multi-dashed terms being thrown around like a supper rolls, and opinions spat out as quick as a mouth-full of bad pinot. We don’t want you to feel like you’ve showed up late and empty handed, so we’ve gathered together a glossary of terms you’re going to want to know in order to make it through this current cultural climate.

Ambivalent Sexism: this is a tricky term because it quite literally means both the hostile and positive treatment of women resulting in a bias. For example sexism isn’t just having negative feelings towards women, it is based in treatment of women, even putting women on a overly positive pedestal which creates a form of inequality. This type of sexism can be dealt out by men, but also by women towards themselves and other females.

Androcentric: a mindset that is slanted towards the male point of view. For example: feminists are fighting against an androcentric society.

Antifeminism: is the opposition to any feminist, or women’s movement. See MGTOW.

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Cis: short for cisgender this term relates to those who identify with the sex they were assigned to at birth. It is a term often used by the LGBT community, and intersectional feminists as an individual who may identify with their birth-given gender but may not fulfill cultural stereotypes of said gender.

Complementarianism: the idea that women and men hold complimentary roles to each other. In history this excludes women from many roles that are traditionally “male”.

Fat Shaming: the public shaming of an individual for their body size or weight.

Female Martyrdom: this is the concept of self-sacrifice by women for their beliefs in the feminist movement. This term has a lot of confusion and backlash as it is believed to have added to the justification of oppression of women in society.

Internalized Misogyny: a subconscious form of sexism that women hold within themselves due to the over use of sexism in our culture. For example girls truly believing they can’t be good at sports because it’s not for girls.

Intersectional Feminism: coined by American civil rights advocate and feminist Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw this term refers to a movement that must call out privilege in our efforts and be inclusive of gender, race, social class, sexual orientation, etc. For example a white woman’s feminism must be understanding, and active to the oppression of her fellow women regardless of their race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation in order for it to be progressive feminism.

The Modesty Movement: according to the blog themodestymovement10.blogspot.com the movement “wants women to understand that they can be beautiful, mysterious, and sexy without showing a lot of skin. Reclaim the power of your femininity.” We see its rise from many conservative fashion bloggers across social media from Muslim bloggers, to Orthodox Jewish bloggers, to just women who choose this is their message. It’s had a trickle up effect that has shifted runway styles at houses like Dolce & Gabbana. It’s argued that this sells the idea that what you wear translates to how you are treated by the opposite sex.

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Lipstick Feminism: this is a vertical of Third Wave Feminism that reinforces the ability for women to identify as feminists while upholding their ‘girly’ side. It’s the vein of thinking that one can still fight for an equal movement and simultaneously love a good makeup tutorial.

Raunch Culture: Collins Dictionary defines the term as: “a culture which promotes overtly sexual representation of women, as through the acceptance of pornography, stripping, nudity in advertising, etc, especially when this is encouraged by women.” Raunch culture is a culture in which women are sexually objectified by the opposite sex and each other in media, advertising, and beyond. It claims that this culture has mystified our morals so that young women compete to be the sexiest.Third-Wave Feminism, A Glossary of Terms You Need to Know, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Feminism, Misogyny, third-wave feminism, girl talk, Queer, Cis, Binary, Masculinity, Tumblr, Instagram, Social Media, Glossary, Internet Art, Androcentric, Fat Shaming, Slut Shaming, Benevolent Sexism, intersectionality, Raunch Culture, MGTOW, The Male Gaze, Non-Binary.

Mansplaining: the term refers to a condescending manner in which a man might explain something to a woman. An explanation often relayed in a patronizing and demeaning manner backing up a misogynistic, and prejudice against female knowledge.

Manterupting: the term refers to a male’s behavior to frequently interrupt a female counterpart while she speaks. This gender issue has been argued as being pseudo-science for being a cultural phenomena used by both males and females instead of a scientific gender bias.Third-Wave Feminism, A Glossary of Terms You Need to Know, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Feminism, Misogyny, third-wave feminism, girl talk, Queer, Cis, Binary, Masculinity, Tumblr, Instagram, Social Media, Glossary, Internet Art, Androcentric, Fat Shaming, Slut Shaming, Benevolent Sexism, intersectionality, Raunch Culture, MGTOW, The Male Gaze, Non-Binary.

MGTOW: also known as Men Going Their Own Way, this is a direct counter movement to the women’s movement that, in the organizations own words, “is a statement of self-ownership, where the modern man preserves and protects his own sovereignty…” This movement stands for men pushing back against what they feel a women’s culture has made of them. Among many things, they hold the belief that relationships with the opposite sex should be on their terms and based in sexual engagement only. They believe in “survival and mating” but not “marriage and children”. In clearest terms MGTOW holds the belief that the women’s movement represents manipulation of the opposite sex. In a MGTOW manifesto on Reddit one can find quotes like this: “Society has lied to us in ways that have been detrimental, without regard to our freedom of thought, or freedom of actions. For the sake of preservation of ourselves, we will not try and win a rigged game, try and change the game, or make it so that we are the ones who are rigging it. We are done with lies, and we are done with the games that people play. We get up, and we leave.” and also this: “I’m tired of dealing with selfish, stuck-up women. Even fat hippos think they are entitled to some super hot, successful hunk. And dating is bullshit! They expect you to pay for everything and get nothing in return.” But all that’s for another article in itself…

The Male Gaze: refers to the portrayal of women by men first in art and literature, and now modernly in media and advertising. It is often sexualized and objectified due to the heterosexual view. This goes hand in hand with the concept of “The Gaze” which is how individuals view the subject presented.

Misandry: the hatred of men.

Misogyny: the hatred of women.

Non-Binary: non-binary refers to an individual who does not identify with a single gender. They can feel that they blur the lines between what the stereotype of each gender is defined as. They can be both multi-gendered or feel neutral-gendered — not really identifying with either.

Post-Feminism: Post-feminism of 4th Wave Feminism is a muddied term in history but is most commonly known has a backlash against feminism. It is a movement that supports a non-gendered culture. Some supporters of Postfeminism believe we have already achieved the equality needed through first and second wave feminism, and that third-wave feminism is obsolete.

Post-Structuralist Feminists: stems from the theory of Post-Structuralism. Post-structural feminism goes hand in hand with intersectional feminism in its belief that it’s not as simple as women and men, there are many other elements at play in searching for equality. All of them must be identified in order to succeed.

Queer Theory: Queer Theory was an extension of the post-structuralist theory from the 90s’. It pushes back against the privilege that comes with being heterosexual, and studies the equality of all sexual orientations. In 1998 Professor Eve Kosofksy Sedgwick was quoted in The New York Times as “It’s about trying to understand different kinds of sexual desire and how the culture defines them.”

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Third-Wave Feminism: third wave feminism is the most modern string of the feminist movement. Birthing around the 1990s’ from the work of the first, and second waves. Third wave represents equality for race, social class, transgender rights, and creating a safe, equal environment for all. As a feminist one must be aware, and represent all aspects of women’s issues not just the ones that effect them. See Intersectional Feminism.

Toxic Masculinity: a social ideology that believes a stereotypical format of masculinity including machoism, violent tendencies, predatory.

Tumblr Feminism: originally used as a term to shame feminism, but soon adopted by the movement itself, this Millennial feminism school of thought was born on the scrolls of the site Tumblr. It represents a specific group of young feminists who choose to use the platform to share beliefs and art that can’t find a home on any other social outlet due to their strict code of conducts on content (specifically nudity). Tumblr feminism is often identified as overtly sexual, satirical content and sending the message that we as women will portray ourselves — and our sexuality — on our own terms.

Victim Feminism: cictim feminism is defined as women who do not take their movement, or actions into their own hands. They can be seen as a women’s group who chooses to feel victim in the shadow of male power, instead of working towards a common ground together. This can be seen in feminists throwing blame towards their male counterparts instead of engaging them in the movement for equality.

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Vérité Book Club | Your Female-Centric Summer Reading List

Vérité Book Club | Your Female-Centric Summer Reading List, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED — The Idiot, Elif Batuman, The Fact of a Body, Alexandria Marzano Lesnevich, Difficult women, roxane gay, bad feminist, swimming lesson, claire fuller, Too Fat Too Slutty Too Loud, Anne Helen Peterson, Sour Heart, Jenny Zhang, Book club, summer reading list, summer, read, beach read, female writers, female writers of 2017, feminism, celebrity.It may be smack in the middle of summer, but it’s never too late to curl up on a piece of pool furniture and dig into a good book. It’s these warmer months that always fuel one with a new-found wave of motivation. It may be that it marks the mid-point of your year, or there’s a freedom to it that let’s our mind wander, but we want to give you the female-penned reading materials to light that mental fire.

The following are not only a carefully selected six from women who inspire us, but also brand spanking new, so that you’ll be up on your book club convo and ready to impress with your literary findings. Let’s get to it, these books won’t read themselves…

The Idiot by Elif Batuman
Back to a time before Millennials roamed the Earth, and email was just a budding concept, The Idiot plays out a summer scene of virtual pen pals, and finding love in a European landscape. While this sounds exactly like what we’ve been dreaming of all year long, you’ll have to discover the novels main character Selin’s experiences all on your own. Sometimes first love isn’t as free-spirited as it seems.

The Fact of A Body: A Murder and a Memoir by Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich
For our fellow true crime junkies this is the story that will have you cancelling aperol spritz happy hours, and opting for consecutive nights in while you devour your new read. Though it may peek your investigative interests, be warned this is not an easy subject matter. It is however, the beautiful journey of a young junior lawyer, and her digestion of acts of evil, and forgiveness.

Difficult Women by Roxane Gay
After getting our hands on Gay’s first book of essay Bad Feminist, we submitted ourselves to the category of die hard fans. Her ability to magnify personal, and cultural experiences of women has a talent not to be taken lightly. Difficult Women is no different. The world that Gay unfolds for us allows us to bridge social class, race, and even try on others traumas. It reminds us that the facts of one woman is the facts of all.

Swimming Lessons by Claire Fuller
What’s a steamy summer reading list without the thrilling mystery? Main character Ingrid lays out an investing plot in which she writes her husband letters about her truest feelings, and proceeds to hide them within his extensive book collection, all before disappearing into thin air. Getting Gone Girl Vibes? We think this ones’ even better as its cast sets out years later on a scavenger hunt of sorts to find out what happened to Ingrid. We’re thinking a good one to read aloud over the campfire.

Too Fat, Too Slutty, Too Loud: The Rise and Reign of the Unruly Women by Anne Helen Peterson
Cue the spotlight on pop culture circa right this minute, as Peterson’s new book will analyze even your own unintentional slut shaming. We are a culture obsessed for both good and bad with the celebrity, and this new-found voice of the brazen woman has caught our attention. The book pin-points what it is we love to hate about women in the limelight, and turns the lens back on us.

Sour Heart: Stories by Jenny Zhang
Just barely hitting shelves umm… 48 hours ago, this freshest of fresh reads is yours to consume. From the eyes and mind of a Chinese immigrant growing up in America, Sour Heart is the story of a girl defining herself on new soil — or the roach infested asphalt of New York City. Summing up an onion-like journey through confusing, comedic, and strengthening moments of womanhood (Zhang holds nothing back and that’s why we love her) — those ones that make us the dynamic individuals become.

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Yoni Eggs Part Two | Choosing A Yoni Egg to Attract What You Want in Life!

Yoni Eggs Part Two | Choosing A Yoni Egg to Attract What You Want in Life! NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Sexual health, sex ed, how to have better sex, crystals, yoni egg, yoni practice, how to choose a yoni egg, ovary health, how to tighten vagina after child birth, amethyst, rose quartz, clear quartz, black obsidian, crystals for love, crystals for health, healing crystals, Jade Egg, Jade Crystals, Crystals for money.Now that you’ve gotten the rundown on the history and practice of Yoni, it’s time you become a little more familiar with it’s mystical powers. Aside from the basics an egg can provide you in terms of kegel strength, by choosing the right stone that your Yoni is cut from, you are choosing a specific path for this journey. Yup, it’s like a choose your own adventure for your vagina! Just like the carefully curated crystals on your coffee table, each of these Yoni gems delivers different gifts to your body physically and metaphysically — from help with depression, to aiding in healing sexual traumas. Where better to absorb the power of a thousand year old stone than at your very life source. We have broken down the most popular of the crystals and their properties. As we covered here, make sure to double check the certification of the stones you are shopping for as uncertified can be a safety faux pas.

The Jade Egg, for Abundance

The jade egg is the most commonly practiced Yoni, and you’ll soon realize why! The most popular Jade stone is Nephrite. This egg is great for beginners, and that’s why it’s first on our list. Abundance seekers, this egg will invite all kinds of healing, and protection into your life. On a physical level Jade is known to promote kidney, reproductive, and stomach health. For those carrying stress in their gut, or who have had issues getting pregnant — this egg is for you! On an energy level, Jade turn away negative energy that comes at us from outside sources. Nephrite jade is said to attract elements of self-love, calm, grounding, and best of all monetary abundance.

The Rose Quartz, for Love

whether it’s self-love, or bandaging a tattered heart, the rose quartz yoni is Queen when it comes to matters of love. It is directly connected to the heart chakra, and is most used for those who seek to attract new love, mend old-love, or for those working on loving themselves, and finding compassion for others. What stands out most about this egg for us is it’s use for healing trauma. This is the egg for those who have experienced sexual, or mental trauma and seek to overcome that pain. Especially for women, sexual trauma is a frequent barrier — this little blush egg will help work with you to heal. Not to mention the Rose Quartz just looks like the epitome of feminine divine!

The Black Obsidian, for Intuition

Black Obsidian is quite the powerfully mysterious stone. For those wanting to establish a strong communication with their intuition this dark rock is for you. For physical health, it is said to ward off pesky PMS (okay, we’re all in now). On an energy level, we can start by saying it turns negative energy away, and can be used as a protector. This is another stone that can also aid in healing from trauma, we would even suggest treating yourself to a Black Obsidian Yoni first, and then moving on to a Rose Quartz if you are looking to work through body trauma. Deal with the nitty-gritty of the issue first, and then heal it with love.Yoni Eggs Part Two | Choosing A Yoni Egg to Attract What You Want in Life! NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Sexual health, sex ed, how to have better sex, crystals, yoni egg, yoni practice, how to choose a yoni egg, ovary health, how to tighten vagina after child birth, amethyst, rose quartz, clear quartz, black obsidian, crystals for love, crystals for health, healing crystals, Jade Egg, Jade Crystals, Crystals for money.

The Amethyst, for Mental Silence

Those suffering from anxieties, this stone is for you. It can aid in working through everything from quieting your mind for a meditative state, to taming a worry spiral. It is also reputed for having a hand in bringing good dreams to your sleeping self. This is also a wonderful stone for those who experience painful PMS!

The Carnelian, for Happiness

As humans we innately seek joy, yet it can be so elusive. For those suffering from depression or overwhelming blocks, this is your best bet. This crystal is also known to help in detoxification. If you are embarking on a full body cleanse, why not add this to your shopping list? Carnelian is also known to promote healthy ovaries, and who could say no to that?

The Clear Quartz, for Clarity

Last but absolutely not least is the very powerful Clear Quartz Yoni. This stone is very favored in the gem world for its ability to wipe the slate clean, and start fresh. It starts by purifying ones aura, and can bring emotional rejuvenation to your system. If you have felt like you don’t have control over your life, or you can’t seem to see a solution to your road blocks, this is the perfect match for manifesting visions. On a physical note, this stone is connected to colon health, and your thyroid — two frequent places of disease in women!

Below are resources we like best when searching for your Yoni.

Rosierees.com for education and shopping.

Polar Jade for certified stones.

Chakrubs for beautiful creations you’ll want to spend your whole damn paycheck on, and great educational resources.

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