Question: Why do people decide to be polyamorous?
Sasha: One reason that came from a good friend when asked, "Why did you decide to be polyamorous?"
Our friend said: "I've been in many monogamous relationships, many fraught with jealousy and fear of my partner finding someone "better than me" or vice-versa. I'd speak harshly, distain or mock my partner and get away with it. My monogamous partners couldn't get me to stop my digs and sarcasm.
"Then I joined a tantric family. I got several intimates who call me on my unkindness. I'm so glad. I learned that when I hurt someone else, I'm really hurting myself the most.
Also, I now know that I'm a lovable, loving person, because I have several men and women communicating that to me. I'm not afraid and acting out. I feel a lot freer, a lot happier in my soul. There is always someone to love with, and the variety keeps each relationship special. I wouldn't go back to monogamy for the world."
Investigate the possibilities
of a polyamorous (more than one love) lifestyle. Ask us how
you can make more love in your life, relate from your highest self
with your lovers and housemates, uplevel jealousy into compersion
(joy at your lovers' joy), and give them each the attention,
companionship, touch and sexual-loving they need.
We'll teach you empathetic active listening, imago healing,
relationship imaging, Voice Dialogue centering, tantric activation
and sex magic to your lovelife.
think Polyamory, loving more than one person at the
same time, is always a good choice. No problem, love many.
Polysexuality, more than one lover? Polyamory with
polysexuality–one of several relationship options–works well
for some people some of the time. But so, too, do any of the
other relationship options--monogamy, singlehood, even celibacy
works for other people some of the time.
We advocate CHOICE. Be the chooser, decider, author of this
chapter of your life. We want you to make discerning choices
that serve you. Make choices that facilitate your personal
growth and evolution and at the same time honor and respect the
people you commit to love.
have relationship options–monogamy, celibacy, open marriage,
pair-bonded inclusive relating, triads (man-woman-man,
woman-man-woman, man-man-man, woman-woman-woman) polyfidelity,
loving networks, group marriage, multi-generational line marriage,
and more. You have heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, pansexual
alternatives within each.
you consult others, ultimately, you make your own choices, choices
consonant with your stage of life, experience, needs at the time.
the magical combination of Tantra, Polyamory and the