SEX, LOVE & goop!

I was all set to binge watch Sex, Love & goop, when during the second episode I saw the tears rolling down my husband’s cheeks. This exquisitely produced series sensitively exposes the viewer to the deep healing work around sexuality. The diversity of couples and their guides makes the series breathtakingly beautiful. It is not to be taken lightly. Emotions will stir and realisations, those aha moments, will be experienced.

Jaiya, the creator of the Erotic Blueprints™ works with Damon and Erika to determine their Blueprint’s. A tear runs down Damon’s cheek as he experiences his body, his turn-on in a way that both takes him by surprise and leaves him wanting to know more. This is one of many beautiful moments. This is a time to reflect on what you are experiencing for yourself, how is your body responding? What emotions are you experiencing? Take pause and take notice.

As you journey through with the couples, whether old or young, newly formed or with many years behind them, what do you resonate with?

What experiences do they express that match your own?

What do you resist or not relate to?

What brings up a lump in your throat?




I have titrated my watching of the series, taking in each episode and allowing time to consider what has been revealed. Spending time discussing each episode with my husband has brought us closer.

This series deserves watching with a friend or a group of friends and then debriefing.

Here are some gems from the series:

“A whole lot of people think that sexual compatibility is that you both like the same thing.” Michaela Boehm

“Couples who innovate last!” Jaiya

“She is not as sexually conservative as I thought!” Damon

“What they say (your partner) is wrong is hardly ever what is wrong.” Michaela Boehm

What are the standouts for you? Any one line from this program could completely change the direction of your life for the better!

Curious to know more?

Do you truly know your Blueprint type?

What are energetic orgasms? Can I have them?????

What is a Shapeshifter™?

What is body mapping?

Next steps:

Book a Passionate Possibilities Call

Not ready for the call? 

Jump onto the Aussie Blueprint Coaches website and grab a copy of the delicious introductory booklet to the Erotic Blueprint Types, or attend one of our upcoming events!

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Eleven strategies for couples to thrive in isolation

  1. Camp out or have a holiday in your home. Set up your sleeping area in another room for a couple of days and do some different things. Light a candle and sit together.
  2. Have agreed times where you are apart with no interruptions to pursue your own pleasure, hobbies and activities.
  3. Be very clear with your boundaries when one or both of you are working. Confer on setting up guidelines around noise, warmth, spaces to use and work hours.
  4. Take time to acknowledge each other before you “go to work” and when you finish, even if you will be in the same house or apartment all day.
  5. Schedule work breaks taken together at least once a day. Give each other undivided attention during this time.
  6. Maintain contact with friends outside your home. Set up online calls. Have a deep conversation with your friend. Ask them genuine questions about their lives.
  7. Use niggles with your partner to work out what you actually want. Little niggles are a goldmine of information. What is the opposite of what is upsetting you? Make a clear ask for the behaviour you would prefer and tell them why. “I feel frustrated and uptight when you ……………….. What I would love is for you to do is ……………….. “
  8. Dress up every few days for your partner in a way they would appreciate. Have a dinner date.
  9. Burn some energy. Get your heart rate up with a nitric oxide dump. Play kisschasey stripping off clothes as you go! Have fun!!!!
  10. Give each other thirty second hugs. This can be a huge reset. Embrace your partner, hearts aligned and take 4 or more deep breaths.
  11. Acknowledge the effects of isolation on you and your relationship. Openly share about what is happening for you.


Visit Esther Perel’s TED talk The secret to desire in a long-term relationship