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Great Sex From the Inside Out

Most loving, committed couples get stuck in a sexual rut at some point in their relationship. They are not dysfunctional, just stuck. My Great Sex From The Inside Out course will help you reignite the flame of desire in your relationship.

Great Sex From the Inside Out

Most loving, committed couples get stuck in a sexual rut at some point in their relationship. They are not dysfunctional, just stuck. My Great Sex From The Inside Out course will help you reignite the flame of desire in your relationship.
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This Introductory lesson introduces the Great Sex From the Inside Out Course. It explains how the course is set up and how to access all of the video, audio, and text files. As a special bonus I've included a chapter from my best-selling Human Sexuality College Textbook (Ch 8 , Healthy Sexuality) and a free copy of my self-help book, Sex Act; Unleash the Power of Your Sexual Mind with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Read the Quick Start Guide to get up and running immediately
In this section you'll discover the different dimensions of human sexuality. It will introduce the concept of sexual identity and provide exercises you can use to explore your thoughts and feelings about yourself as a sexual person. This section covers the following components of sexual identity: , biological sex, gender identity, gender role, sexual orientation/preference, sexual behavior, and sexual response.
In this section you'll discover that your mind is a 24/7 thinking and feeling machine. Like your computer it runs multiple programs simultaneously 24/7. It constantly churns out sexual thoughts, feelings, images and self-talk. Learn how to unleash the power of your sexual mind with fun exercises that take you inside your sexual mind.
This section discusses sexual mindfulness. It shows you what mindfulness is, how to develop it, and how to apply it to enhance your sexuality. This section focuses on formal mindfulness training exercises.
In this section you'll discover how to enhance your sexual relations using Sexual Acceptance. Acceptance is defined as accepting reality for what it is. Sexual Acceptance is often painful but essential for committing to take action steps to improve your sex life.
This section focuses on sexual values. The primary outcome for the Great Sex From the Inside Out course is helping you behave in ways that are consistent with your sexual values related to your sexual identity and sexual relationship(s). The ultimate purpose for defining your sexual values is to use your values to help you set sexual goals for yourself and your relationship that improve your sex life.
This section focuses on sexual commitment. Commitment is the process of acting on your sexual values while co-existing with whatever troubling thoughts and painful emotions this triggers. Acceptance and Commitment work together; acceptance is the cognitive component and commitment is the action component. The exercises in this section will help you take action to improve your sex life regardless of the barriers that your thoughts and feelings throw up.
In this section you'll discover a different way to view yourself called the Observing Self. It is a mental technique that allows you to step back and observe your thoughts, personal scripts etc. without judging them. They are just things going on in your mind. This creates distance from what your mind is telling you about sex so you can decide whether this information is helpful or will hurt you sexually.
A lot of times you get stuck in a sexual rut because your mind has fused with an outdated and unhelpful picture of who you are as a sexual person. This final section called Sexual Disentanglement, builds upon session # 8 by showing you how to disentangle from outdated and unhelpful thoughts and feelings related to your sexual identity issue.

There are dozens of courses about sex available online. Besides that, books on the subject of sex that line the shelves of booksellers. These books claim to show couples and singles how to have better sex lives by enhancing their physical appearance, learning new techniques, or experimenting with sexual positions and sex aids.

The problem with these approaches is that they fail to acknowledge one fundamental truth about sex: real sexual satisfaction starts and ends between your ears (not your legs) with your thoughts, feelings, self-talk, mental images, values, and goals about your individual sexuality, and your relationships.

My Great Sex from the Inside Out course is a lifeline for people just like you who want a more fulfilling, less inhibited sex life. In this groundbreaking course, I'll show you how to use Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to unleash the power of your sexual mind and achieve the sexual life you want and deserve.      

This course is not designed for people with diagnosed sexual disorders such as erectile dysfunction (ED). My course is designed for people just like you who function OK sexually and enjoy sex, but feel that something is missing. You know your sex life could get better if you could get out of that sexual rut you are stuck in. 

Most people who usually function (who desire sex, can get aroused, and experience orgasm) still have various sexual worries and concerns. Sexual worries fuel several multi-billion dollar industries that are dedicated to making you look a certain way (cosmetics, fitness, and clothing), smell a certain way (body wash, perfume, deodorant), and live up to an almost unattainable standard (performance-enhancing drugs, herbs, and stimulants). When you fail to reach these goals, you turn to self-help books, counseling, sex therapy, and even psychoanalysis.  

Average, healthy men and women like yourself don't need to spend money on sexual products or the industries that spawn them. Everything you need to enjoy sex and have a satisfying and stimulating sexual life exists within your mind. They only thing you need to do is unleash the power of your sexual mind.

Acceptance Commitment Therapy, a values-based form of therapy, can do just that. Although it was originally developed as a form of psychotherapy, ACT principles and practices are now used for many issues ranging from stress management to eating disorders and are a perfect fit for managing sexual concerns and worries. The ACT is designed to help you examine your sexual thoughts, emotions, personal scripts, and mental images to see if the messages they are sending you are helpful or unhelpful in having the sex life you desire, based on your values and goals.

The concepts within my course are values-neutral. Because my approach does not promote any specific set of sexual values, it cuts across racial, ethnic, religious, gender, and geopolitical lines. My course will be just as useful to you if you are a 21-year-old single gay man as it would be if you were a 45-year-old, married heterosexual woman.

I am a happily- married, heterosexual, 68-year-old father of two adult sons who still enjoys great sex with my wife of 48 years and think that my best sexual years with her are in the present moment and did not occur 10, 20, or 30 years ago. If you are like me and already have a satisfying and meaningful sex life, ACT can help you fine-tune your sexual thinking and increase your satisfaction to even higher levels.

Along with having more fun, my approach to better sex involves introspection, learning new information and skills, having faith, coexisting with troubling sexual thoughts and emotions, and making a commitment to live a values-based sexual life. The quest outlined within my Great Sex From The Inside Out is a spiritual journey, going beyond the self to help you connect with your partner(s) in a deeper, more honest, and intimate way. My goal for you is to enjoy the journey and be sure to stop and smell the roses along the way.

Requirements

There are no pre-requisites for this course. The only requirement is that you should be able to use a computer to download course materials and view video training sessions.

This Introductory lesson introduces the Great Sex From the Inside Out Course. It explains how the course is set up and how to access all of the video, audio, and text files. As a special bonus I've included a chapter from my best-selling Human Sexuality College Textbook (Ch 8 , Healthy Sexuality) and a free copy of my self-help book, Sex Act; Unleash the Power of Your Sexual Mind with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Read the Quick Start Guide to get up and running immediately
In this section you'll discover the different dimensions of human sexuality. It will introduce the concept of sexual identity and provide exercises you can use to explore your thoughts and feelings about yourself as a sexual person. This section covers the following components of sexual identity: , biological sex, gender identity, gender role, sexual orientation/preference, sexual behavior, and sexual response.
In this section you'll discover that your mind is a 24/7 thinking and feeling machine. Like your computer it runs multiple programs simultaneously 24/7. It constantly churns out sexual thoughts, feelings, images and self-talk. Learn how to unleash the power of your sexual mind with fun exercises that take you inside your sexual mind.
This section discusses sexual mindfulness. It shows you what mindfulness is, how to develop it, and how to apply it to enhance your sexuality. This section focuses on formal mindfulness training exercises.
In this section you'll discover how to enhance your sexual relations using Sexual Acceptance. Acceptance is defined as accepting reality for what it is. Sexual Acceptance is often painful but essential for committing to take action steps to improve your sex life.
This section focuses on sexual values. The primary outcome for the Great Sex From the Inside Out course is helping you behave in ways that are consistent with your sexual values related to your sexual identity and sexual relationship(s). The ultimate purpose for defining your sexual values is to use your values to help you set sexual goals for yourself and your relationship that improve your sex life.
This section focuses on sexual commitment. Commitment is the process of acting on your sexual values while co-existing with whatever troubling thoughts and painful emotions this triggers. Acceptance and Commitment work together; acceptance is the cognitive component and commitment is the action component. The exercises in this section will help you take action to improve your sex life regardless of the barriers that your thoughts and feelings throw up.
In this section you'll discover a different way to view yourself called the Observing Self. It is a mental technique that allows you to step back and observe your thoughts, personal scripts etc. without judging them. They are just things going on in your mind. This creates distance from what your mind is telling you about sex so you can decide whether this information is helpful or will hurt you sexually.
A lot of times you get stuck in a sexual rut because your mind has fused with an outdated and unhelpful picture of who you are as a sexual person. This final section called Sexual Disentanglement, builds upon session # 8 by showing you how to disentangle from outdated and unhelpful thoughts and feelings related to your sexual identity issue.

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Dr. Rich Blonna

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Dr Rich Blonna is a world-renowned expert in understanding how the mind and body work together to reduce stress and have better sex. He is a retired Professor Emeritus from William Paterson University in NJ. For over 25 years he has devoted himself to helping people just like you stress less and have better sex lives. As a Coach (BCC), Counselor (NCC), and Health Education Specialist (CHES) he uses the best practices from each of these disciplines to help people stress less and have better sex lives.  He is a noted author and trainer in the area of Acceptance and Commitment  (AC) Coaching, an approach that helps people become more psychologically-flexible, reduce their stress,  and get the most out of their relationships. Dr. Rich is also certified in Naikan and Morita, two forms of Japanese psychology that use mindfulness and acceptance to help people shift their focus off  of  unhelpful thoughts, feelings, and actions and onto behaving in ways that reduce their stress and enhance their sexuality and their relationships.

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