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The Lover and Lady in You

By Guest Blogger: Rina Jakubowicz

 

As women, we must be dedicated to fulfilling our ultimate potential. Not just for us but for humanity. I know it sounds a bit much, but when a woman comes into her true essence, it inspires other women to do the same and it inspires men to step up as well. As a woman in this lifetime myself, I feel a responsibility to share what I’ve learned in my journey so women can step into what I call their “Sattvik Sexiness”. Trust me! You want to achieve this! Let me explain.

First let’s define the weird Sanskrit word in question: Sattva (adj. Sattvik) is one of the three mental temperaments used to describe a human being in yoga philosophy. It is the highest nature a human could have because it is synonymous with purity, clarity, and virtue. If you were to describe someone as being Sattvik in nature then you are saying they are an overall balanced, loving, kind, grounded and peaceful person. This quality is the one we strive to generate more of as a yogi on our spiritual path towards enlightenment or self-development. Meaning, we are way deeper than what we show the world externally.

As for sexiness, we have all been trained to believe that sexiness is a tall, skinny (with some curves), usually white woman with defined, chiseled features. They tend to make duck faces with plush lips, have very little clothes on and tons of makeup. Of course, I’m generalizing, but you get the point.

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Although these two words may sound like a paradox, they are a necessity for us women to have the best of both worlds. And we can have it. When you’ve generated depth for yourself, the ability to tap into areas that are usually blocked or shut down is much easier. You become a well of unlimited possibilities; which men love. All these qualities are external and have nothing to do with true sexiness.

Sexiness comes from within and is never an accessory. It’s the foundation of a true woman.

Here are just a few true qualities of sexiness:

      1. High level of confidence (but not full of herself).
      2. Comfortable in her own skin (in public and private).
      3. Aims to please her partner to the highest degree.
      4. Knows how to please herself.
      5. 
Is able to make healthy boundaries in order to prevent becoming a pushover.
      6. 
Independent and self-sufficient - can take care of herself when needed.

 

In addition to these few sexy qualities (although there’s many more), one must be sexy in the bedroom as well. Techniques and learning your partner’s buttons inside and out are required for the complete woman package. Techniques include your willingness to do some research to know what makes your partner tick - online and on their body if you know what I mean. You’ll also do research on what makes you tick and teach your partner those tick tricks as well. It’s a give and take with every moment containing devotion and feeling cherished at the same time. Learning how to empower yourself as a woman means you know your duty as a lover and a lady.

The Sattvik qualities cover the lady in you while the sexy qualities cover the lover in you. Empower your womanly self-today!

 
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About the Author
Rina Jakubowicz, the founder of Rina Yoga, is known for her vibrant and uplifting approach to yoga by bringing movement, philosophy, and fun to all, including Latinos and children. She is an international bilingual yoga teacher, Reiki practitioner, a motivational speaker, and author. Her new book, The Yoga Mind: 52 Essential Principles of Yoga Philosophy to Deepen Your Practice, a #1 Best Seller on Amazon! Visit her website and Instagram profile.