Use whatever word feels good for you; just make sure you’re not avoiding anything. Perhaps you would like to experiment referring to your vagina as ‘yoni’ or another positive or endearing name. By all means, if you love the sound of ‘vagina,’ or any other word you use, please continue to use it – she is a part of your body and should be named lovingly by you. I will use both yoni and vagina, so please read these as your own favorite name if it is different to what I use. Now that we’ve addressed how you acknowledge your vagina, take a moment to think about what your relationship with her is like. Learn more at http://alphaguys.weebly.com/x4-labs.htmlEmbodiment practice – Getting to know your vagina Before you can truly love and appreciate your vagina, you need to get to know her. And that often begins with taking a look at how you feel about her. 1. How do you feel about her? Learn more at https://erinjgz.wordpress.com/2016/07/18/vigrx-plus-ingredients-2017/First of all, divide a page of your diary into two sections and then write down all of the positive sensations, thoughts, judgments, feelings, perceptions and experiences related to your vagina on one side. For example, ‘I love how my pussy pulsates when I’m aroused’ or ‘I love how she changes throughout the month.’ Then do the same on the other side for all of the negative associations as well. For example, ‘I don’t like my hairy pussy’ or ‘I get yeast infections often and I hate it’ or ‘My partner penetrated me before I was ready and my vagina hurt after sex.’ Write these associations down without censoring them or trying to understand them. Aim to write down at least twenty to thirty associations in total. More is better. After writing down your associations with your own vagina, write down a few more words that relate to your perception of vaginas in general. Learn more at http://markalexander.over-blog.com/2016/10/i-have-been-using-x4-labs-extender-results.htmlOnce you have finished, reflect on your list and ask yourself whether your perception of your vagina is mostly positive or negative. How could this be affecting your relationships, motherhood, friendships, joy, creativity, career and state of being? Consider describing this in your diary. The more you are aware of how your perceptions and tendencies are affecting you – the more you are motivated to change those that are not serving you. 2. Clear any limiting beliefs It’s worthwhile taking a closer look at the negative associations you wrote down and clearing any that might be limiting your experience of your femininity, your sexuality and your orgasmic experience. For each of your negative beliefs, ask yourself: − Is it true? Are you absolutely sure that it’s true? − What if the opposite of this limiting belief was true? How would that feel? How would different aspects of your life be affected? − What actions could you take to help you let go of this limiting belief? What could you do to embrace an empowering belief instead? These questions are inspired by Byron Katie’s The Work and are a powerful way of releasing beliefs that don’t serve you. If you need my help in dissolving your limiting beliefs to become more connected with your femininity, orgasm and confidence, check out the online resources section of my website for details about my coaching service (www.intimatepower.com/orgasm-book-resources). The following steps will also help to dissolve the effects of any limiting beliefs about your vagina.