Northern Wisconsin’s own advocate for healing through touch massage and breath work Steve Moe returns in a powerful way to the Alicia Lopez Pure Romance Studios of Sex in the Pews.
The episode commences with Glenn rehearsing his daily approach and attitude on purpose, with a purpose. We learn how Steve “feels” Glenn when hearing the start of the show, of his and Alicia’s budding connection and how the virus crisis has impacted him and his life’s work. The guys discuss what “essential workers” truly are, why logical and reasoning often don’t reach people, and how vital it is to breathe through trauma. Then Glenn takes on the role of someone particularly traumatized by the pandemic as Steve walks him through a breath work process. (You will benefit tremendously if you participate.) We hear how “Game of Thrones” demonstrated an important lesson, how “Fear does not prevent death. It prevents life,” a T.S Eliot quote misattributed but powerful nonetheless, a fascinating dialogue about home death and funerals, Steve’s association with Jim Morningstar, orgasmic living, plus so much more. Speaking of Jims, we also enjoy some Jim Morrison and the Doors. It ain’t going to be boring. However, it is very relaxing. Do not attempt the breath work while driving. LOL!
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