How To Feel Juicy & Stay Juicy

This is the first of a series of postings about how to feel & sustain “that lovin’ feeling” in a relationship.

If you are looking to get into a relationship, this info will be helpful for you as well.

We are excited to share with you in segments the essence of a complete groundbreaking system on how to create genuine happiness, no matter what’s happening in your life.

Friends, there is nothing more important and meaningful to us than to impart these amazing tools to anyone who is yearning to transform and be exuberantly happy in their life.

We, Cary and Wendy Valentine, some years ago were on the brink of divorce and had completely lost that juicy feeling.

We are happy to say that we have come out of our living hell. It took us many years to figure this out but we turned ourselves around and we are completely confident that you can too….quickly!

Remember the moment when you knew your partner was the one you wanted to share your life with? Has that feeling sustained? If not, we assure you, that feeling can return and even be stronger!!!!

Let’s get right into some helpful info that will transform your life.

Men – Invest in your relationship & reap the juicy rewards

Having a juicy intimate relationship will probably be of great interest to most men. “As for most of us guys all it takes is a little wind to blow & we’re ready to romp and roll”, says Cary.

Did you ever realize how important it is to warm your woman’s heart and that’s what is going to get her juices flowing?

Ever see the movie Groundhog Day where Bill Murray learned how to woo his woman, Andie MacDowell? Great wisdom here for us guys to learn to turn our hard-ons into heart-ons. Learning how to move from having sex to lovemaking.

But how the heck do you that? Begin with taking the time to unwind.

You may not want to invest the time to talk with your woman and listen attentively to what is going on in her thoughts and life. But it will be very worth the investment.

There’s a good chance she is warring with thoughts about herself, that she isn’t beautiful enough or adequate enough in some area, which is souring her sweet feminine essence. (Check out The War is Over! poem and essay on our website).

Help her get to the root of this pattern which has probably been going on for years or all of her life.

In future blogs we’ll show you how to “complete and delete” these old painful programs and patterns once and for all and live together in a constant state of juicy sweetness.

Women – “Ain’t Mama Happy, Ain’t Nobody Happy”

Have you ever realized that you set the tone of your home?

Do you know that you have a choice at any given moment to be sweet or a sourpuss, which has a great effect on your partner and family?

Have you ever imagined you could be free forever of struggles with your body image and enjoy lovemaking all the time?

Are you aware of what worries or concerns your man is dealing with?

Time to get transparent. The more you are honest with each other about what haunts you, the more your relationship will naturally get juicy.

This enhanced level of juiciness in the relationship will open the doorway to get you passionate about new creative business ideas and hobbies. You will be inspired to discover refreshing ways to relate to your children encouraging them also to reach to their greatest potential.

If you don’t invest time in yourselves & each other, then you will probably find yourselves living on separate islands in the same house which could lead to a costly break-up, emotionally & financially. Case in point, the news this week about John Cleese’s divorce settlement in PopEater.

Wow, another example of what happens when you lose that “lovin’ feeling”.

Tip of the day:
Begin to deepen your connection with your partner over coffee, tea or a glass of wine.

Ask your partner, what’s your biggest reoccurring fear? i.e. fear of money, loss, aging, not looking good enough, not pleasing each other intimately.

Then ask each other, what are your dreams (some of you may not know what your dreams are, this a good place to start)?

Stay tuned to the next posting about the powerful effect of clearing your fears and worries forever………..

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Tiger Woods and Attitude – Choose Happiness?

On this weekend when the world of music is celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Woodstock, I found myself intrigued by golf’s PGA Championship. Tiger Woods had a lead from the start and there was great anticipation for him to win, especially since no one has ever come from behind to win when he has had this kind of lead.

What’s this have to do with happiness? Read on.

Throughout the round today Tiger played well, especially with the wet & windy conditions but not well enough, as Y.E. Yang of Korea became the first Asian born player to win a major championship.

I felt terrible for Tiger and disappointed that he didn’t win. These feelings reminded me of my youth, where I always wanted to win and I had a poor sense of sportsmanship (like in Little League when I beat the ground with my baseball bat, upon striking out).

I have changed over the years, yet I still like to win.

I can’t even imagine what it must have felt like for Tiger to have lost and immediately had to meet with the press, yet I was surprised at Tiger’s press conference after the round, and so was the renowned Australian golfer Peter Thomson, as he expressed in articles in the London Telegraph and AOL’s sports blog FanHouse.

When asked about Y.E. Yang’s win, I would have loved to have seen Tiger put his competitive spirit aside for a larger perspective for the love of the game.

I wished to have watched Tiger say, “Of course I expected to win today, but that’s not what happened. I am so happy for Y.E. Yang, his family and fans for winning his 1st major and what an incredible boost this will be for the game of golf throughout all of Asia.”

What a dignifying sportsmanship comment that would have been especially coming from the world’s biggest influence on the game of golf.

Now about happiness….

I look forward to watching sporting events and at the end, at first glance you can’t tell who won. Because both sides are truly grateful and extremely happy for having the opportunity to play that day, everybody is smiling.

You may say this is unrealistic. I say this can happen and is awaiting to happen.

It is a choice away.

For all of us at any moment we are being offered the opportunity to choose joy, happiness or misery. Even when things don’t go our way, especially when they don’t, how does it feel to choose unhappiness, even for a moment?

C’mon try it out. Why choose to be down when you lose, when you can choose to be happy. This isn’t to say just brush over the hard, difficult moments in our lives, yet isn’t it more life giving to cherish and deeply value each moment,- regardless of what’s showing up?

Cheers,
Cary

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