Natural Born Lovers. ~ Kim Anami {NSFW}

Via Kim Anamion Oct 23, 2013

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Are great lovers born or made?

I recently read the book Born to Run.

It’s the best book I’ve read in 18 years (since 100 Years of Solitude).

The author, Christopher McDougall, tells the stories of the greatest long-distance runners in the world. The ultra-marathoners. As part of his research, he ventures down to a remote area in Mexico to find a legendary tribe of people who are known for their ability to run.

For days.

For hundreds of miles.

For fun.

100 miles just for the hell of it.

He finds the tribe and as he observes them and other world-class runners—those who have the best science, supplements and running shoes—and what he finds is that no one is faster than these Mexicans.

There is one thing that the Mexican runners and those who are almost as fast as the Mexicans, have in common though: They. Love. To. Run.

What he concludes, is that humans are born to run. We are made to run. Running is part of who we are and it makes us happy.

You know what’s giving us all the running-related injuries?

Running shoes.

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We are born great lovers.

What smothers over that natural knowing, is running shoes false conditioning.

We inherit cultural taboos. We take on the inhibitions of our families.

We disconnect from our internal knowing of what is right and natural, and start looking to the outside for what to believe.

Much of the work I do is about unwinding the unnatural. Getting rid of the walls that block off our sexual energy. Opening up the heart.

Fifty Cosmo articles on “great oral sex tips to drive him wild” mean nothing in the face of you falling in love with your man—and falling in love with his genitalia—so deeply that it becomes an obsession.

You’ll do anything for that man. And his erection.

You’d rather perform fellatio than eat food. Because it’s more nourishing. (Again, science backs me up here).

The genital love gets you so high that you forget to eat.

And that’s what we call The Come Diet.

You “come into” yourself. You “come out” sexually, and integrate your creative, orgasmic energy into every part of your life.

You can look and feel more beautiful.

You are able to take your natural gifts and give them to the world.

All because you were able to uncover your true, sexual nature.

And live from that place.

Like I’ve said before, people who aren’t connected to their sexual energy are living at a massive deficiency.

The same way that 80 percent of runners (those who wear running shoes) develop some kind of debilitating running injury, 80 percent—or more like 95 percent as I explain in this video—of people who stifling their sexuality, will manifest some kind of aliment.

It might be unusual growths on the breasts or prostate. Or excess weight. Or constant financial struggle. Or depression.

We may be born to run.

We’re also born for sexual pleasure.

If you aren’t experiencing it and all the myriad benefits it brings, you need to ditch the running shoes and get back to your natural state.

 

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Assist Ed: Renée Picard/Ed: Sara Crolick

About Kim Anami

As a life and intimacy coach, Kim Anami has propelled thousands of people into higher stratospheres of connection, sensuality, energy and aliveness. Kim’s musings on love, life and sex have graced the pages of Playboy and national radio and television. Explore her bodacious retreats, salons and 1+1 offerings at: www.kimanami.com,

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2 Responses to “Natural Born Lovers. ~ Kim Anami {NSFW}”

  1. DaveTelf says:

    hilarious, sad and true all at the same time. well-done. bravo.

  2. Megan says:

    This article gives no indication of how one can tap into their 'sexual energy'. This is a problem if you're not having sex daily? Or what is the indicator? I'm much more interested in the quality of the sex I'm having, than the quantity. An emotional disconnect with my partner currently has led to a disinterest in sex for me. I don't see how simply having more sex will solve the problem? The sex seems feigned and utilitarian.

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