058: Dr Saida Désilets on Refining Sisterhood
On today’s episode of the Soulfull Sound Podcast, I enter into conversation with the beautiful Dr Saida Désilets who is a body philosopher, counter-culture creatrix and advocate for sexual sovereignty. With a PhD in Trans-personal Psychology her research has opened the doors to helping women world wide to reclaim, enliven and ignite their erotic genius.
Saida also happens to be my bestie and in this episode we discuss our thoughts on refining sisterhood through the lens of our personal relationship.
Points of Discussion:
- What is sisterhood
- Intimacy & Connection
- Nature Vs Nurture
- Practice - listening, fierce compassion, self-soothing
- Non-judgemental and growth
- Healthy 'competition'
- Doing the inner work
- Working through conflict
- Unconditional love
- High standards and authenticity
- From wounding to empowerment
- Sisterhood in community
- Depth + play = a win
Learn more about Saida.
Watch Saida’s short documentary – The Journey To Sovereignty
Check out her amazing book Desire.
Grab the resources to accompany her book.
Connect with Saida on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram.
About Dr Saida Désilets
Dr. Saida Désilets wants to live in a world filled with audacious, sexually sovereign women, living life on their own terms.
As a counter-culture creatrix, body-philosopher and advocate for sexual sovereignty, Saida has also written The Emergence of the Sensual Woman followed by her newest book Desire.
Her innovative method has been featured in Dr. Christiane Northrup’s bestselling books: Women’s Wisdom, Women’s Bodies & The Secret Pleasures of Menopause, as well as in the books of Dr. Rachel Abrams: Multi-Orgasmic Woman and BodyWise.
Saida is renowned for being the founder of the modern Jade Egg movement and visionary spokesperson for sexual Sovereignty, and has created The Daring Project—a growing online membership of women from around the world—assisting women to audaciously move from being a victim to confidently thriving in life.
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