More to the story (1 of 3)

On Tuesday I celebrated the launch my new book with an audience of hundreds. Champagne was poured, secrets were spilled and sneak peeks delivered. I am so grateful for all of you that attended and that have already purchased the book. Imagining this beautiful book in handbags, on nightstands, next to bathtubs, on a picnic blanket…

Well it just makes me feel like this:

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Hosting the webinar was such a delight. If you were not able to catch the Ustream, you are in luck, because starting today I am sharing a recap the three secrets to practicing Sacred Seduction revealed in the webinar, which also happen to be the first three chapters of the book. Let’s start with number 1: Re-defining Seduction.

As women, we are taught that to be considered seductive we must look like this:

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Or act like this:

Screen Shot 2014-06-15 at 7.01.16 PMAnd if we don’t, we are left feeling like this:

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In pig latin, I believe they call this an ‘uckf-ay indm-ay’ (mind fuck).

Seduction is a power we both fear and revere.  We are taught that it is a manipulative, cunning, sexual way of getting what you want by manipulation. That it is a way of convincing or swaying others to do things they don’t want to do, often by using their own vulnerabilities against them. Seduction is presented as being dangerously sexy – a kind of irresistibly that can wreck a home or destroy a life.

Well. What I am here on this page and on this Earth to tell you, is that there is a lot more to the story of seduction than what you have been told.

Love, sex and romance are just one square on the Rubik’s Cube of seduction.

I believe that when we are in love with and approving of ourselves, and unimprisoned by our insecurities, seduction happens naturally. When we feel confident in our bodies and are able to flaunt our flaws with pride, we are undeniably magnetic. When we are not needy or dependent on another person’s approval to define our worth, we give off an air of irresistibly.

Don’t get me wrong, I love my traditional tools of seduction: lingerie and lipstick, smooth talking and silky skin. But this is where we have it all backwards friends: these things are extensions and expressions of our seductive power, not the source of it.

Seduction is so much more than just a game played between lovers. But because it has been under the thumb of a smear campaign for the last several thousand years, collectively we are only able to access it from one dimension. But to look at only this one side is like looking at a rainbow and only seeing the color red.

Seduction is like a diamond: at first what looks like a hundred prisms explode into a million when we are willing to let in the light. (tweet it!)

And that is exactly what we shall do, right here on the blog. So stay tuned for #2 my pets. Trust me, this is one light show you do not want to miss.

Love,
Kitty

P.S. – Just for funsies, click here to get two free wallpapers straight from the pages of Sacred Seduction! 

One comment

  1. Ahhh love this !!!! Just what I needed to read.

    FF:Don’t get me wrong, I love my traditional tools of seduction: lingerie and lipstick, smooth talking and silky skin. But this is where we have it all backwards friends: these things are extensions and expressions of our seductive power, not the source of it.

    Perfectly said!!!! Expressions, NOT THE SOURCE! Yes!!! So great for me to remember right here at this point in my life!

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