Sexual Shame: What It Is And How It Shows Up

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Don’t be afraid to ask questions

“If someone comes to me and says, ‘I have a lot of shame around my sexuality,’ I would ask them, ‘What exactly are you ashamed of when it comes to your sexuality? Who taught you to have that shame? Where does that shame come from? If that sexual shame were to be living in your body, what part of your body does it live in? What is that sexual shame’s purpose?’” Whitney asks. Sometimes we cannot answer those questions on a cerebral level – at least not without some help. That is why Whitney created a guided meditation that encourages individuals to use breathwork to get to the root of their sexual shame.

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