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Your Call to Open to Love's Deepest Bliss
Every woman knows the fairy tale—find the right man, give him what he wants and needs, and he'll love you forever. But when the myth you've been asked to believe fails to deliver—when you sense you've been settling for far less than you know in your heart is possible—then how do you attract and keep a man capable of meeting what you most passionately yearn for?
In Dear Lover, David Deida explores every aspect of the feminine practice of spiritual intimacy, from sexuality and lovemaking, to family and career, to emotions, trust, and commitment. Written as a collection of letters from a man to his dear lover, here is this internationally acclaimed writer's invitation to practice love as a living art, as you discover how to pick the man of deep integrity who will satisfy the needs of your body, heart, and spirit.
This book is an amazing gift to women. David Deida speaks to us about our deepest longings and encourages us to explore the deepest reaches of our sexuality. He advises us to wait for the lover who will satisfy us physically, emotionally, and spiritually and not to settle for less. Thank-you David Deida!!
I read this book, and while I found some of the writing somewhat cryptic to my masculine senses (I found The Way of The Superior Man to be far more intelligible), there are some absolute gems in here - ones that every woman absolutely must hear.
I find this book rather offensive with its emphasis on "vaginal, g-spot" orgasms as superior. Masters and Johnson proved 40 years ago that all orgasms originate in the clitoris, directly or indirectly. The G-spot and whether it exists is controversial. I hoped to give this book to my daughter but now I will not because she doesn't need to hear that she's having the wrong kind of orgasm. This man is very arrogant.
|Contents||Paperback Book (184 pages)|
|Dimensions||6 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches|
|Contents||eBook (133 pages)|
|Filetypes||EPUB, PDF, MOBI|