“When you stop being sensual…is when you start getting old. It isn’t about sex. It has to be about life itself.”
Age is no barrier. But rather it is a limitation you put in your mind. We may see old patterns collapsing but aging can actually bring up new possibilities. It is a time for finding our true passions, doing the things we always put off for later, experiencing a side of ourselves that we never dared to explore.
As we age we may lose quite a few physical things: we lose our youth, our bodies change, our energy changes but we can receive a most valuable gift in that process, a better connection to our soul. We gain a clearer understanding of who we are and what we believe in.
Letting go of the attachments to physical things, of roles we once had, we are faced with our true self, our authentic self. Our sensuality and sexuality can authentically come to the surface and we can relish in the rawness of it. We become grateful for the wisdom of that knowingness. We sit in the place of wonder, having the space to ask more questions and delve into the mysteries of life.
Visit my Groups page for information on my Senior Sensuality Group.