Episodes

It’s All in the Consistency

In this episode of Shades of Intimacy, each morning Jason and Jennie have a routine, and when something gets in the way of their consistency, it sabotages their whole day. Through consistency you gain power in your day; when one partner disturbs the consistency, it can feel untrustable. Consistency and competency will get you far in your business and your home; it is the base level of a relationship. Within that consistency in your relationship, you need to be creative to stay connected, or you can grow stale. Consistency is not something that comes naturally, on autopilot; you must work at it every day.

A Call To Adventure

In this episode of Shades of Intimacy, Jason has his friend Wade Lake in the studio with him to talk about the call to adventure. Having the adventure to break up the mundane in your life is always rejuvenating, selling everything you own and hugely shift your life is a game changer. Generational behaviors can be frightening and can either cause further damage to your life or drive you to a place of change and growth. Be willing to listen to the voice and chase adventure; it will keep you alive and vibrant.

Releasing Trauma

While on a walk, Jennie shared with Jason a story of her taking the hill and releasing old trauma. Pushing through areas in our lives that we bury deep into the pit, will break through sideways in your life when you least expect it. Allowing your masculine and feminine to equally hold space in your life will deliver to your power and fullness. If you aren’t holding yourself in high regard, how are you doing that for anyone around you?

Maps, Oil, Growth and Warrior

n this episode of Shades of Intimacy, Jason and Jennie just finished test driving their 7-day Intimacy Map Challenge for the listeners and are excited to share how they have gotten where they are today. From lube suggestions to how to support your spouse through growth patterns, the couple is on fire today to get your intimacy and relationship in check. Both partners need to be fulfilled to bring something to the table of the relationship. You need to have your soul fed, so you both have something to offer.

How to Exit the Karmic Culdesac

In this episode of Shades of Intimacy, becoming complacent in your relationship and accepting that it is “okay being good enough,” is a lie. Being real and raw with where you are and where you want to be is the first step; next is owning your shit. Look around at what you have, because that is what you want. The Intimacy Map will give you the key to find your way out of just good enough to achieve the amazing you desire.

We Interrupt This Pattern

In this episode of Shades of Intimacy, when you are aware that you are getting stuck in a rut and believing the stories your mind and body tell you, it may be time for a pattern interrupt. Pressing yourself into your stories, so you can see them gives you the opportunity to change, to knock you sideways and let you own your emotions, instead of them owning you.

Scheduled Sex

In this episode of Shades of Intimacy, the couple discusses the need to be creative and how that works with the masculine and feminine energies. In that, the desire to be creative in sex can be difficult, when the daily tasks of life creep in. Scheduling sex with your partner should be considered to create a structure that creativity can be expressed within. Spontaneity isn’t always an option, but thought-filled moments created with intention can deliver a sexual experience that far outlasts the evening.

Deep Breaths

In this episode of Shades of Intimacy, the practice of deep breathing is used for many things including sex and meditation. When you can master the depth and speed of your breath, you can increase the pleasure you are experiencing in your orgasm; not just for you but your partner. Take the time to practice and get to know your body; listen to your breathing and improve all areas of your life.

Social vs Communal

In this episode of Shades of Intimacy Jason and Jennie discuss how something as socially acceptable as being late, propelled a group of women into a conversation that was communal. Being social is surface level, safe and clean; being communal is about getting in the mud, getting real and getting called on your bullshit. There is a depth to being part of a tribe; coming together, doing our work and getting shit done.

HELPING LIBERATE MEN AND WOMEN IN THEIR MARRIAGE, BUSINESS, AND LIFE SINCE 2015.

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