We’ve all had times when life has felt effortless and ON. Maybe we’ve felt it in work, or in art, or in sex. The problem is that most of us spend our lives grasping for this state with no clear way to get back, maybe we fall back into our familiar patterns. Some never wake up - it’s 2014 and it feels like 2012 was just yesterday. The antidote to this is total immersion – total immersion into your life, and total immersion into your relationships. And you can have it. It just takes a life or death attitude. That’s what you can expect from experts Nicole Daedone and Steven Kotler. Nicole and Steven both credit orgasm and flow with saving their lives, and are now widely recognized as the top experts on how to have orgasm and flow in your life.
This weekend is an opportunity to be on the front lines of this work. You’ll be put into experiential learning where you can learn not just the theory of what it means to live a life of total immersion – you’ll get both the nuts and bolts, and you’ll actually be in flow and orgasm this weekend, which research has shown increases learning by 5x. Benefits Spend a weekend in flow and orgasm (not your normal vacation)
Hands on experiential learning into how to reproduce flow and achieve optimal states of performance
In depth training on orgasmic meditation from Nicole Daedone; learn how to elevate sex to an art and a craft
Achieve 5x learning potential, accelerate your path to mastery.
Be among the first in the world to get expert level training in both of these arenas; take optimal living into your life and into your relationships.
Nicole Daedone is the author of Slow Sex: The Art and Craft of the Female Orgasm (Grand Central/Hachette, May 2011) and is the founder of OneTaste, a company that offers training in orgasm, sex, and man-woman relating through online media and in-person coaching and courses. The practice at the heart of her work is called OM or Orgasmic Meditation.
Steven Kotler is a New York Times bestselling author, award-winning journalist, and cofounder and director of research for the Flow Genome Project. His work has been translated into thirty languages and his articles have appeared in more than seventy publications, including New York Times Magazine, Atlantic Monthly, Wired, and Forbes
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