Maybe it’s an old job. A relationship. A habit. A pattern. You can always find something that’s begging for change.
There are moments during the process of transformation when we feel high on life, like a superhero. "Yes, I did it! I left that unhealthy relationship!" But every up has a down. And things can quickly become ugly, uncomfortable, and awkward as we grieve and let go. Then, we can begin the rebirth process, which can be so embarrassing! Think Bambi legs. Or the moment a caterpillar is primordial goo in a cocoon before it hits supermodel status as a butterfly. Or the state Buddhists call "sunyata." It’s like "Hey. I’m just chilling in the void. Dunno who I am or what's next."
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Happy Friday! I’m so excited to present you with a little surprise for the weekend: the second Radical Self Love Fest podcast. In this episode — which clocks in at an hour and fifteen minutes — I talk to my friend Alexandra Roxo about sexuality.
Alexandra is a modern muse: a filmmaker, writer, healer, and coach. She is a pioneer at the intersection of sexuality and spirituality, and I love her fresh, joyful take on the subject. Read More Here
On a recent evening at the Cannabis Feminist Circle in Marina del Rey, a group of about 15 women, mostly in their late 20s and early 30s, get stoned. Several are impossibly beautiful without makeup, four of us have recently moved to LA from New York City, and quite a few appear to be Jewish. It’s my second circle, and this time I don’t light up, determined to remember the meeting’s details and to take notes. My memory has been failing me for a while now, though appropriately, I can’t remember if it was ever that good to begin with. Read More Here
Fullscreen has ordered a talk show with drag superstar Willam Belli of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” fame, which is part of the subscription-video service’s programming lineup celebrating the LGBTQ community in June.
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Do you ever wonder how some women can walk into a room and turn everyone’s heads? Sure, some are drop dead gorgeous by pretty much every standard. But more often than not, they just have an unspoken mystique that exudes from within. I remember when I was 14, a suave senior boy said to me, “Roxo, you have a special mystique. And you know it, don’t you?”
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Hi! I’m Alexandra, and that’s me, above, channeling my inner sex goddess. I have always been obsessed with love and sex. You might say I am boy crazy, but I’ve also been girl crazy, so I like to keep it non-gendered and just say I’m a love-and-sex enthusiast, a curious human, a deep diver, and an explorer of life!
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The higher the hair the closer to Goddess! Alexandra Roxo chats with hair shaman Andi Scarbrough about gem combs, crown chakras, and beauty work as ministry.
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