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Isha:
Welcome to the Revolutionary Rompereglas podcast where we converge at the intersection of trauma healing, embodied spirituality, decolonization, pleasure, intimacy, leadership and culture change. I’m Isha Vela, trauma psychologist and somatic expressive energy alchemists for healers, change agents and bridge builders. You’re here because you believe that unraveling fractured concepts that live in your emotional, spiritual and mental systems, while moving toward embodied sovereignty is the real work towards your personal liberation and our collective evolution. In this first season of the podcast, I’m interviewing New Earth leaders who are sharing their personal journeys, and how it’s brought them to the purpose led work they do now. Occasionally, I’ll chime in with my own inspired episodes. My intention is that the conversations and tools shared in this podcast will inspire and support you on your own magical human journey to owning yourself fully. Hello, and welcome Sasha Ostara to the podcast today. Hi, Sasha,
Sasha:
pleasure to see you.
Isha:
Yeah! So glad we’re doing this. So, Sasha is a Vulv-Alchemist. She’s a coach and a healer who weaves together sexuality coaching, Tao Tantra, trauma, awareness, womb healing, pussy worship, Jade Yoni egg, Tarot, and storytelling. And she helps women thrive and love their vulvas, their bodies, pleasure unapologetically So they can embody their most radiant self. And I had the pleasure of having some classes with Sasha around Yoni egg, and it was just so wonderful. You guided me so wonderfully well, Sasha. So, I appreciate that experience so much.
Sasha:
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. It was such a pleasure to be able to share that experience with you. Something that I am so passionate about.
Isha:
Yeah yeah, So tell me a little bit about your journey into coming into this work, especially as like, you know, we’ve talked about this before as a Latina, hello? (hahahahaha)
Sasha:
You know what’s so cruel? I actually started my spiritual journey in a sanctuary that was 100% silly, and they were totally against the expression of sexuality. And they were, they were super powerful women, I really honor an authority. But they were prophets, kind of spiritual thinking that we were to overcome or who overcome our sexuality to overcome our animal instincts. And that sexuality was sturdy and we were divine. That belief was holding me back for a long time, I could feel how that felt incomplete. I could do hours and hours of meditation, of self-work, and deep dive into my own psyche, because I did different programs to heal family trauma. And yet again, I found that sexuality was the most limited and wounded aspect, not just of myself, but of all the women in my family and in my surrounding, I mean my culture. I started feeling how that was a craving that was just bubbling inside of me, I was needing to bring healing to my sexuality otherwise, I was just walking on one foot, I was not using the other one and this other foot was actually the one that brought balance and put power to myself. Yes, it came by spontaneous, spontaneous, I wasn’t really expecting that. I had spontaneous Kundalini awakening (Isha: ohh) during the meditation. Aah, Even when I was using the J vac I was even before that I was using to heal just my incontinence after I gave birth to my children. But I was not using it like connected to anything sexual. But my body knew better. My body started just moving then craving then guided the way until it just happened.
And and it just led me first to this Kundalini awakening. And then to this deeper exploration because I was feeling that I was dying. I feel like if if I had an explore with my sexuality, that part of me, my Aphrodite will come back because he was and with her my playfulness, my joy, my capacity to desire and Google for the things that I wanted, All of those parts were woven into my sexuality. And I was just putting them in the drawer of my psyche. And there it was Withering and dying, and I saw, it was like, if my Aphrodite kick back the drawer, I said no, I’m not dying…you listen to me, and that was when my journey started.
Isha:
Wow, wow, that’s amazing, amazing. And just, I’m marveling at, you know how it started at the separation of body and spirit, or the separation of sex and spirit. And here you are very intentionally restitching that, putting that back together, making it one and whole again,
Sasha:
because because I really felt in my body, how that was actually the highest level of initiation. And I can see why we disconnect our pizza shaped permit, because they also recognize that that is the deepest form that we carry. The poison became the medicine. long as we disconnect from the poison, we are also removing the capacity to embrace. I recognize also that that what happened was that brutality as we know it, as we have known it for years, has the patriarchal system of verticality. it is something that you have to earn, to be tested on, indicated to escalate. And then you have to prove yourself, you know, like the story of Abraham sacrificing his son to be, because it was a test of God, that mentality of being transformed. And being simply having to prove yourself, to earn a space, to earn the favor of God to learn the spacing habit, but the way of the god is horizontal, the way of the god is it’s the Body, its movement, it’s that it’s alikeness, it’s everything being alive, it’s our sexuality. It’s our depths, it’s our laughter, it’s everything that we touch, and feel with our senses. I kind of change place, I was raised in a patriarchal spirituality, like so many of us. And then I discovered that I needed to go to the horizontal way of the goddess, because otherwise it was banging in that constant proving myself because what happens also is that this patriarchal spiritual system tells us that we’re never enough, no matter what you do, you’re never enough, even the same. I remember that my teachers used to say, we are tested, even in our times best assailant, like, How cruel is that? Yeah, that would be really, really cruel of God who beat that thing. And then I realize is that God wants you to, it’s about embracing us, and loving us, just as we are. Right now, no matter who you are, what you’re doing with love, you’re perfect your body’s perfect expression of your body, the expression of life is just perfect. That is that horizontal spirituality, where sex and likeness is such an important part.
Isha:
Yeah, and even as you’re holding your hands, you know, if you’re listening is this, like, there’s this like column, which is the hierarchical and then the hands expand. And it’s this like this spaciousness and this flow, right? So even that feels so like, permission giving and luscious and even safe.
Sasha:
That’s the thing. It’s safe. It’s safe to exist as a woman in our bodies, in a space where we’re welcome just as we are. Where we don’t have to constantly change to be accepted.
Isha:
Yes, exactly. To be different from what we are to be accepted. Yeah. And when you say that, you know, I love the word, you know, the poison became the medicine. For those listening. Can you describe a little bit about what you mean, from your experience when you say that you were dying in this patriarchal structure in the separation between sex and spirit,
Sasha:
I recognize that one of the most difficult aspects of working with sexuality is that sexuality has been used against us. (Yes) All women have suffered sexual harassment. Most women have suffered sexual abuse, and all of us have suffered the fear and insecurity of embodying our sexuality. (Mm hmm) That is the poison that I am talking about. that sense of our sexuality being used to. Make us as small, make us ascribe, make us ashamed. It warned us literally. Like we have been sexually abused to remind us of our place, but when a woman gets out of of her Place, how many bisexual or lesbian women have been sexually abused to that they learn how to enjoy sex, right how to be right, they go to the right direction. that has been used for millennia, it’s been 5000 years of rape, and abuse, and fear and false modesty and shame, as ways of keeping us small. When a woman had an orgasm years ago in the times of Inquisition, she would be accused of being possessed by the devil, and she could die like women that who enjoy their sexuality were literally put to death. And, of course, that has changed during our lifetimes. We are no longer former life, mostly in most countries, because in some countries, women are still stole, women are still beaten to death, or sexually, for being raped, not even for sleeping with somebody else, for being raped. we still feel that shame and that sorrow around the word sex. I see that in my mother and grandmother and in myself there is this fear of over becoming something that we know that if we show up in our sexual radiance, in a CD, men are going to tuck up somehow. absolutely. Yeah,
Isha:
I remember as a kid, feeling like it’s something that I needed to pull or retract into myself. I couldn’t have it out there. It was like something that would just draw men in and all the wrong men, even as like a young girl, I remember feeling like I need to put this away somewhere. And I did. I put it away way deep within me. And I buried it until a couple of years ago, a long time until I was really able to bring it out all the way. I think this is a real real wound. And we don’t we’re not even aware of how we manipulated – I don’t mean that in the in the negative sense of the word, but how we have to package our sexuality in different contexts, right? Like, oh, here, it’s dangerous. Well, I’m gonna tuck it over here. Or here, it’s okay to bring forward but only with this person and in this certain way. Right, all of the ways we were like, constantly repackaging it,
Sasha:
I mean, it’s so dangerous, right? know that. If we send a selfie, that it’s sexy to our partner, and someday we break up this partner can filter that sexy picture, and post it online. Like we know that it’s dangerous, even when we try to compartmentalize that, yeah, it’s to feel dangerous. And then I found that so painful, because that same energy is the energy that we women need in order to thrive. That feeling, we have been so terrified, so afraid that we judge so harshly with other women display it that we actually fear. And I remember that in my 20s, women were speaking about this parable about their sexual cannot, we are really dealing with an energy that is the gift that has to be the voice of our brain. That is our greatest power. Because the thing with sexual energy is that it is life force, it is life force, and we meant to have the capacity to just generate it like ourselves, recharging battery, we just generate it naturally. It’s something that we cannot hide, but how many women just don’t try to be sexy and then again, they are sexy, because that’s life force flowing through them. (Yes). And with life force comes the playfulness part because life force is playful. Well, like the will to desire like this is what I want in my life and to go for it and to ask for what you want. And to connect with your power to create our full interactions with people. All of that is actually connected to our secret battery, which is our sexual energy.

Isha:
Yeah, I really like how you talk about that as it being our motto for life. Our essence, because, you know, I, you know, I see so many women who you know, are mothers or wives and partners and go about their lives. And this is something that our culture and I say our culture meaning right now like sort of white dominant culture in the United States, it’s sort of like put to the in the bedroom like it’s this compartmentalize. It just lives behind these closed doors, but really, you’re inviting it as this like, yeah, you’re inviting something completely different, this welcoming of it all around you As part of your everyday experience, moment to moment experience that it is always with you, it is always nourishing you, it is your aliveness. And that you can hold that with you at all time that doesn’t need to be put somewhere, or compartmentalized.
Sasha:
Just a little tip like this, not like me. So there’s another thing that it’s very important here. And it’s that, at the end of the day, that energy, it’s just that body that makes everything according to Chinese medicine, energy, it’s just that our bodies have like this huge battery, that not only will shape and transform energy, and energy changes according to where it is located in the body. But there is no such thing as sexual energy, female energy, masculine energy, this, it’s just energy that changes according to the place in which we’re using it the most. So, when that energy is located in our lower area, which is our lowe, it becomes an energy that it’s attractive, it’s sexual of course but it’s also powerful. It’s like, people immediately turn and see people that have a lot of lower dantian energy. You know, like a Freddie Mercury, you immediately saw that man, whenever, whenever he came to the stage it was your attention went immediately to the person, Elvis Presley, mm, immediately. Because they cultivate a lot of energy or cultivated a lot of energy in their lower density. (Yes) . Feel the energy there. And of course, they are sexy, you just saw them, they were like, oh my god. so appealing. Again, another study looking at this person, it’s just energy. But that’s an energy. When it moves a little bit higher. When we lose to the heart center or less area, it becomes an energy that it’s more expansive, more about the heart, and flows a little bit more with more ease than it sees more about that expansion, that big heart, right? (yes) It’s an energy that feels embracing and welcoming. (Mm hmm) And when that energy moves a little bit higher to the head to the third dantian, it’s the same energy. With the third dantian, it shows up as people with such mental clarity, you can think of an Obama or you can think about you know, people that it’s just my first smart, like, just see them. And they are always thinking about everything. They have that clarity, they see what the visionary leaders and they are leaders and you want to trust them to follow them. Because of their clarity and expansion.
Isha:
I love your description of that. It’s the same.
Yeah, I love that I had never thought of it like that like that same sexual energy and different parts of the body looks and feels different.
Sasha:
The magic is that we can actually look at three of us, we don’t need to focus just on one and cultivate that, just when we can actually create a balanced energy so that our body works like a full ecosystem.
Isha:
How do you cultivate that?
Sasha:
This is like the Jay deck practice. Includes this kind of work, That’s why I actually call it vulvalchemy because it’s alchemy, (yes) what we do with our body. (yeeees). So we cultivate sexual energy, through many different forms. It can be through dancing, through self pleasure through a practice and it’s called the inner smile in which we just, the magic of the inner smile is that it actually moves the muscles like it’s actually a muscle thing , contract and relax your muscles willingly, but which has so much food, as you know, with your nerves with your vital syrup, you are tensing and relaxing with intention in the lower area in your pelvis. And as you do that, you start collecting energy, like what we do at My first energy movement class. It was many years ago, and weíd beat that with the hands. Pull together with both hands just before they touch. And then a little bit far and then a little bit close, a little bit far, but very slowly, very slowly and you can start feeling the warmth in between that space. As you started opening and closing the space the gap between your hand that’s the power of contraction and expansion (yes yes) in everything in life. (Yes) when we do that with our muscles, we expand and contract willingly. We are collecting that energy and then We move that energy willingly up and down with our breath, with our sound, movements and intention.
Isha:
Mm ñ hmm hmm – Really using the power of the mind to do to in service of healing,
yes, and of the body because the body knows what it needs in order to get there. The body knows if it needs solving the packet circle or if it needs to move violently because it has something stuck. If it (Yes) needs to shake, if it needs to yawn, if it needs to just do whatever movement, it is called to, the body just closed, we Just listen to the flow. energy moves with it.
Isha:
Yes. And I love that. I also love several months ago, you posted something that impressed me so much you really debunk this whole idea of masculine and feminine energies, which is something that, you know, I still hear people saying, I talk about active receptive, but really understand it as one is sort of like this play of energies. But you really you were very clear about how that’s not how you roll. Sort of sick.
Sasha:
Yeah. Because our perception of masculine or feminine it’s filtered by our culture. (Yes.) And as long as if it’s filtered by our culture, we are limiting the capacities of human beings. (Yes.) When we when we go back to the ways in which nature works, which is what people that motivate they we have masculine or feminine, tried to do, like they say, it’s natural that we made sure it works. When we go back, we realize that that is not how nature works. It makes sure that there are not those roles, there are parts of the animal kingdom, where the masculine is like, well, we know that the masculine is, you know is, it’s dominant, it’s violent, or it’s angry, or if it goes working. But there are other parts in which it’s the other way around. There are parts of the animal kingdom where the masculine is more receptive, and it’s more quiet, and it even nurtures like seahorses. (Mm hmm, Or penguins) or penguins. Even the bonobos, which are our closest cousins. And I love that that metaphor, we have two very close cousins, chimpanzees and bonobos. And for whatever reason actually, People forget about the bonobos, like scientists don’t speak about the bonobos which are actually closer to us than chimpanzee. They ignore their existence. But they just speak about chimpanzees. And they say see how the strongest masculine one is the one that is the leader, how the weak ones are kicked out of the of the of the group and they are abused by the strongest one? How is this the survival of the strongest? Or how the female chimpanzees are there to serve the masculine chimpanzees? And then we look at the bonobos which are the other way around. Yeah, they are. They are much passive, they are matriarchal. It is that all this female bonobo, that it’s the one that leads the pack. So, what we see is that it actually is limited by our culture, (our culture is evolved. And that works price to define the feminine and the masculine, as energy, masculine, it’s electric, and it’s built better. I mean, it’s the one that buys and gives and feminine receives and it’s expansive and it’s loving, and it’s nurturing. And yes, they can be those things. And they can also be just filled.

Isha:
I find that you know, when I think about rage, for example, like the powerful emotions such as rage, I think about Bailey, you know, the volcano goddess, and Kali and all of these very fiery goddesses and archetypes that are like, yes, this feels like part of it, too. But fewer people talk about that, you know, they make it sound like, you know, the receptive is passive. And yeah, that’s not how it works.
Sasha:
Even even more, the greatest insult is that they attribute intellect to male energy and emotions to female energy. And that is limited to both. (Yes), because women have great intellects, and men have great emotional capacity. This recognition that gives intellect to men and emotions to women really hurts both and really doesn’t work in nature. And doesn’t work in ecotypes because you have Athena, the goddess Minerva, the goddess of wisdom. Are you going to tell her that she didn’t think that she was not a wise, She was the one archetype of brilliance. (inaudible) and the greatest Latin American poets have been so in touch with their emotions, to tell them that they are in their feminine?
(No, no, no, no).
Isha:
Hi, I’m interrupting my beautiful conversation with Sasha to let you know that there’s an alternative way of working with me outside of my six month container devotion. And that’s FLOW. FLOW is a two session special that I’m offering for the retrograde season through the end of June. And if you’re anything like me, the retrograde season can rake you over the coals a little bit, I find that the processing gets emotionally quite deep. And I want to support you in getting body centered assistance and moving through what needs to be sorted and shed from your system. And as part of my desire to offer ways to work with me at different price points FLOW is a way to access yourself through the intuitive and emotional body. It’s a way to get crystal clear in your communication in what you desire versus what other people want from you. And even just to simply meet yourself gently in this moment, exactly as you are, which is such a key part of sovereignty. Whatever is keeping you stuck, I have the tools and life experience to guide you back to your own wisdom. As part of FLOW, you get to private sessions with me for 444. And I’ll be including the link to schedule those in the show notes. All right, back to my conversation with Sasha.
Yeah, and you bring up a great, that’s a good segue to talk about culture, since we’re both Latinas and you work with women from all different cultures. But just for a moment, I would love to hear from you like how you experience our particular wounding as Latinas around our pussies, around our vulvas, around our sexuality. How do you experience that?
Sasha:
So specific, it’s so specific, I find that the want for Latinas is that we feel that our sexuality doesn’t belong to us. (mm mm hmm) That it is something that belongs to the man to enjoy. So much though that I have had a hard time with women self-pleasuring in Latina cultures, they don’t like. I have heard arguments of the kind of, I cant go that low, that it’s too dirty, I wasn’t there to cheat on my husband like touching myself. And it’s more than one person I have heard people is telling me things like in their family, whenever a woman was born, they used to say, oh, there is another product for gentlemen. That is the way in which they express if the girl was born, we got another product for gentlemen. So the idea of belonging. It’s deeply ingrained, our bodies are not ours, it’s deeply ingrained, and they fight hard for it. They really they even fight to the to the level of getting violent about it like, when men defend the rights of a woman’s body, so much so that in our countries, there are so many feminine sides, because women there try to live their practice. So they stop being sexual when their partner system wanting them. They never get in touch with their pleasure because it’s not theirs. It’s their partners. It belongs to the man of the house. Like, I can’t believe that I say this, but there are some things that I listen to every day. Like, oh, there comes the man of the house. You have to serve him. You have to make sure that this place like no, no, we’re, we are equal. But what that is such a groundbreaking thing for us.
Isha:
Yeah, yeah, I think people a lot of people don’t realize that we’re still there. We’re still very much there in a lot of ways. You know, like, I also grew up, you know, hearing when a boy was born, I made I said Baby, you know, like that penis is gonna like huh, you know, Marvel, you know, the whole world is gonna and and nobody talks about vaginas or or Vulvas like that, you know. And so, I understood from a very, very, very early age, that being a woman was just not anything that was really valued beyond what I could offer a man like attractiveness or, you know, being able to cook or whatever, you know, and I and I grew up in a pretty liberal household, but this is just like observing everything around me. All of the narratives around me.
Sasha:
Absolutely, that just feels a long way to go. There’s so much to work on when it comes to to empowerment, sexual and otherwise in our culture. Yeah, I noticed that even when it comes to the studies, the empowerment. I know that, for example, my mother was meeting, because she wanted to study like she was literally beaten to block her out of the school because she didn’t have the right to study because she didn’t have a father. So those kinds of things just really happen and they are still present in our culture, and they are not a thing of the past. That’s why I feel call myself a feminist. And when I hear people speaking about a women should be paid and just wait for the Houseman to deliver the space for her to grow. I think we (ooh) we do that here. And it’s working.
Isha:
So I want to speak to something that you said earlier, you know, you said your sex, your pussy sexuality doesn’t belong to you, right? That’s part of like, what what we’ve ingested. And there’s the piece around, like, enjoying it, enjoying it is also forbidden, could get you killed that piece. And something that’s been coming up for me lately is the shame around wanting around desiring sex, right?
Sasha:
Well, that is connected to everything else. That is the wild thing, like the way in which you do sex is the way in which you do everything in life. When you are embarrassed of leaving your sexuality, you’re embarrassed of occupying the space in any other area of life, of asking for anything at all, when we don’t feel like we are entitled to what we’re pleased with that. We start growing resentful, because of course, our partner is not going to pleasure us like no partner is capable of giving you an orgasm, if you’re not working on that yourself. If you are not embodying your own body, like maybe you get one accidentally, but you are going to make that. (hahaha) Eventually, we’ve run out of sexual energy that that is something so powerful. women can run out of sexual energy. We run out of life force (just by over giving), yes, over giving happens. And we noticed that in our culture either move you have noticed how women of an older age just start life that is being vain. And they start hunching and they start just disappearing, stop occupying the space. That’s because literally their sexual energy which is in their kidney, not even in our wombs, it’s in our kidney. It’s quite strange. So draining, because we give then give, and we don’t recover and run adjust that energy to pleasure. Yes, yes. We just run out of faith as we eat. Yes. So that’s what happens with so many women in our culture that end up being manned by energy from their children. from everybody around, like now you have to tend to me to my needs, because I gave you so much, you know the dramatic telenovela mother that of course, we have to support our our communities and our communities, with our family. Yeah. But not from a place of manipulation and energy vampirism,
Isha:
but you’re hitting, you’re hitting into such an important cultural point, which is that we as Latinos are taught to experience pleasure from giving to other people. But then we end up completely malnourished. And it turns into this, like, (aaaarrgh) right into this aggressive our bodies need to fill up, but the way we fill up is through like Shadow means, you know, demanding that we be taken care of demanding that we be recognized and, you know, by our children, you know, by our husbands, partners, etc. Yeah, yeah, you’re speaking to something that’s so so deep this, like a really pervasive pattern.
Sasha:
If you ever watch the movie, like water for chocolate, yeah, there is that archetype. And it’s so powerful because there is this daughter that it’s been grazed to remain single, so that she takes care of the mother when she grows up. That’s the way in which our family works. Yes, that’s the way like, even if they don’t remain single, they are expected to be taken care of as they grow older. From this place of anger, again, I am not saying that we should abandon our parents. If that’s not that’s not the way either but it’s Something that we do from a place of, I call it being a tree, like being a tree. You keep having your flower, your shade. You don’t become a flower that winter sun dies to become a tree that is flourishing till the last day. Mm hmm.
Isha:
That’s so good. That’s so good. Yeah. And tell me how do you work in stuff around body image that shows up a lot as you talk about sexuality and really like loving our bodies and worshiping ourselves as Goddesses really connecting the spiritual piece.
Sasha:
The thing with body image is that, again, we live in a Phallocentric culture where we are as valuable as well as desirable. And that is an ever ending trap. Because we’re never going to be desirable. There’s always going to be somebody prettier, younger, curvier, skinnier, there’s going to be always somebody in quotations better than even better than Marilyn Monroe. Even better that you know that no matter how perfect or ideal that woman can be, there’s always going to be somebody that is younger, prettier, or whatever, because that’s the stuff that keeps us disconnected from our power. Because that keeps us in a constant competition with other women. Yes, because it keeps us constantly rejecting what we are, and wanting something that we’re not, and that we will never be. Yeah, the other day, I was with a friend of mine. And she looked at this as the body where the ocean as you look at the bodies of a couple of 17 year old girls, and she was suffering. And she said something about, oh my god, how did they get those bodies? So it was like the hierarchy? Of course they have those bodies. They are. But But and you notice how our culture is such a pedophile culture? Because it’s not only phallocentric, it’s pedophile, it was obsessed with the bodies of young women. Yes, that haven’t even finished developing the robot. Yes, yes. We are trying constantly to look like this and that is worrying us down. Constant war against our looks, because we look at our bodies through those lenses. And they are totally smart fit. Like, we started looking at body parts and not as people. were so looking at our cellulite and our stretch marks and our belly fat, and wisdom, looking at the whole picture of how gorgeous we are with our body shape, whatever it is, whatever time of our lives because our bodies change. They are not meant to stay one way forever. That will be tragical. Our bodies are changing because they are living organisms that have their own stories.
Isha:
Expand and contract
Sasha:
Expand and contract. because they are generating, planning, support living, and sometimes they are holding pain, so that we don’t feel it that deeply. sometimes they are craving more from life and some things they are expansive. And sometimes they are always made in our family, they must do so much for us. we’re having this war with our bodies completely fine our bodies to one thing, which is the word validation.
Isha:
yes, maybe briefly, Sasha, if you could share what practices you cultivated. What practices Do you offer? The women who enter your online portal? What kind of things do you teach as part of that self-worship that devotion or your devotion to pussy, you know, whatever it happens to be,
Sasha:
The practices that we do are multi-layer, we work from things that can be as empowering as looking in the mirror and learning how to connect to our bodies, just looking deeply, Fully, being witnessed by others being held by others being seen in our fullness and accepted in our fullness. I offer a lot of energy practices also. That because there is one thing with self-love when we learn to create orgasmic waves of magical and expansive pleasure that allows us to feel one with the universe, all of a sudden, we know that we’re gorgeous. Like you don’t need to need validation. It’s just thrown out of the window. Because when your body’s capable of feeling energy running through, you’re feeling like wow, I feel this fierce thinking Because I can feel orgasms, just waves of orgasms in my body because I work a lot with energy orgasms. I love women to generate orgasm without even touching their bodies (ugh, love it). Sometimes just connecting with best with this energy. They’re already moving it through them, when they learn how to do that. The appreciation the rules, that just goes out of the window because everybody capable of so much. But it also sounds very like okay, but I cannot move energy because I know that my work can be very out there for for people that is not that related to energy, then we come down to the body, you cannot move energy you can feel your body depends and relax your vulva. Learn to give yourself a breast massage it’s going to literally help you remove energy and punk scenes that help you connect to the pleasure of your breast fulfilled, you’ve expanded your breasts become more sensitive to pleasure. So it can be as magical as an energy practice, or as grounded and down to earth as connecting to the body because it gets in the way of the goddess. It’s the way that honors the body, honors life in all its forms. So we connect to the body, the feeling through the senses, learning how to smell and connect the pleasure to learning how to create connections in the brain that enhance pleasure. So that because that’s all that it is, it’s actually connections in our brain, and we can train them, we can train our body to feel more pleasure.
Isha:
I love that I love how you’re taking from all of these different you’re really making it a whole system practice, right, like using the mind using the brain, all of these pieces come together. I think that’s so amazing. And really, Sasha, I haven’t met anyone as deeply passionate as you when you talk about this, you really incorporate like you really take it to a political level. You know, where you talk about like the generational wounds, like you know, the the line of mothers behind us that we’ve been disconnected from this is like a place that we’ve been wounded and that in doing this work now you are really like healing those lines.
Sasha:
And I think that that is so important that everything is political, our sexualities, deeply political, and we are changing the world, when we are embracing our sexuality and reclaiming it and reclaiming our pleasure. Because, again, that is the original room for women. That is the one thing they took away from us. When culture shifted from matriarchal culture due to invasions and violence, patriarchal cultures dominate us, and they remove our capacity for pleasure. And with that, our capacity to thrive. To expand our wisdom and our knowledge. So have how one wound hurts everything else.
Isha:
Yes, yes. Absolutely. Yes. So important to really recognize that piece that it’s not just this is not just a personal reclamation, this is so much bigger. Yeah. So Sasha, can you tell the listeners like how they can work with you? I know that you have several ways people can work with you, where can they find you?
Sasha:
I have three main ways. One is of course, one on one coaching, which is a very deep dive into this transformational journey. When I meet you wherever you are, if you want to go deeper and connect with energy who’s older if you want to connect to your body, so women don’t don’t feel their body, but that is the depth of the wall. So if I need to go and work there is typically according to the needs that everyone has. The other area is my membership site, my membership site It’s a place where we get together every couple of weeks to do central practices that involve breathwork, Jayvec practices, everything vulval clinical, we do well tantric practices together and record together and we have a book plugged in there and we have a forum to speak about our our lives so that is my new baby My memberships site, it is something they have worked out (oh good so good). And the third one is my tarot readings, which is a way in which I I created a method for reading the Tarot that it’s called narrative Tarot, which is I tell you story with the tarot we explore stories together. Because again, I need to go here if you need to hear the story. Let’s go to the story. If you need to look to the body, let’s go to the body, and if you need to connect, we go and connect.
Isha:
Yes, yes.
So beautiful. Thank you so much for being on this episode today. It was such a pleasure to to bring this topic in a deeper way. So thank you. Gracias Sasha, I love you so much. It was Wonderful.
Sasha:
Thank you so much for this opportunity. And thank you, everybody for listening.

Isha:
Yes. That’s it for today’s episode. Thank you so much for listening. I hope that this conversation supported you in accessing a deeper truth. I just want to remind you to hit the subscribe button to get notified of new episodes dropping on the new and full moons of each month. If you haven’t already, leave us a five-star review on iTunes to make sure that everyone who needs this transmission gets it. See you next time, Rompereglas.