Explain what makes you racy:
Racy isn’t quite the word, but I have been called controversial because I believe humanity has been living under two major illusions: 1) That we’re separate from the “Source”, and 2) That we’re flawed at birth. The first illusion causes us to believe we’re not capable of loving unconditionally, which has perpetuated a history of fear and consequently suffering. The second illusion has caused us to believe we are not worthy or good enough and has thus caused us to constantly be looking for “salvation”, that is, we look outside ourselves for acceptance and approval and tend to shape-shift ourselves into whatever will gain this. This is especially true regarding what our belief of “God” is. More important than anything else is the need to shape-shift ourselves into whatever we believe will earn “his” approval. This causes us to be unauthentic as well as dysfunctional. These beliefs aren’t just surface level, they are deeply engrained within our DNA, carried in from all our past lives (which is another controversial statement).
Why is being racy so much fun?
Knowing that I am the creator of my own reality gives me full reign on what I choose to do. It is fun knowing that I can do whatever I want, as there are no limits. I have a variety of talents, including playing guitar, writing, speaking, dancing, coaching, and I can sense I have other talents that I haven’t even tapped into yet. Exploring and playing with all these has been a lot of fun.
Any advice to prudes or sticks in the mud?
Breathing is the best advice I could offer anyone—conscious breathing, focusing on the breath. Bring your imagination with you, perhaps imagining the air as a color and watching it fill your lungs, and even allowing it to go all the way down to your feet and beyond, because the energy does even if the breath doesn’t. What this does is, it allows your divinity to begin slowing coming into your body and life, allowing a melding to occur that will eventually be full and complete, or what has traditionally been called enlightenment.