Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Being sexy; a costume or a way of life?

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 About Michael:

 From his website - The Holy G-Rail

A sexuality life coach and the author of the Top selling book, “The Holy G-rail”. (G-spot, R-relating, A-anatomy, I-into, L-lovemaking) (Booksurge 2007).

He believes all women are The Holy Grail and should be treated as such. The Holy G-rail shows the dualities between the fabled "HOLY GRAIL" and the beautiful women that are within our presence daily.
He is also the Denver Sex and Sensuality Expert for Examiner.com and writes a weekly Q&A column for them.

Michael has been interviewed by many Local, National and International magazines and radio shows including;  The Susan Block radio show out of LA as well as Sirius 198 PLAYBOY Radio's "The Afternoon Advice Show" with -Host- Tiffany Granath and "Night Calls" with -Host- Christy Canyon. Locally he has been on shows like, 106.7 KBPI "The Uncle Nasty Show" and 105.9 Alice "Your time with Kim Iverson" just to mention a few.

He is also a painter, photographer, and student of the Kabbalah residing in Colorado.
His many artistic works represent the sensuality, passion, and movement of all forms. Michael’s paintings, photography, and writing mirror his belief that all beauty is an expression of the One Self. Thus Ladies and Gentlemen he has found the "Holy Grail"- or rather it has found him. As Creation flows forth through him, this simple system of "relations" has also come forth like a lightning bolt from the Heavens. He gives thanks for the knowledge and inspiration given to him and eagerly shares it with you.

 

Being sexy; a costume or a way of life?

It’s time to address this age-old problem; year in and year out, we all see it! Ladies and Gentlemen letting their hair down, dressing scantily in almost no clothing, all for this ritual we call Halloween. I sometimes find it really hard to swallow this same old… same old.

Why is it that Halloween is the only time some of us feel that we can actually go out and push the bounds of our beauty and sexuality? Why is it we only use this age old holiday as an excuse to strut around with a mask and barely anything on below it? For that matter, why pull out that beautiful sexy gown that you hide back in the closet and pretend to be Cinderella only on this one sacred day?


Each and every one of you has beauty and sexuality to share.
I know that Halloween seems to be a good day to do this, only because everyone is in costume and no one can scoff at you.

But really, why wear beauty and sexuality as a costume, and then for only one day?
If you can see yourself this way for one day, why not try for a second, then a third, etc. Let your insecurities down; see yourself as beautiful each and every moment of each and every day. I believe the reason we see so many more people dress sexy and provocative on this one day, is because no one can say anything about it... it's a costume and... who cares what anybody thinks??
There-in-lies the Secret: “do what you will”, again if it comes from your heart of hearts, and makes you feel special and good, who cares what anyone else thinks? Pour beauty into yourself daily, thus you pour beauty into the world. You are Beautiful, you are Special, share it with each and every soul you come across, do this each and every day, thus you too will change the views we have, in this the world, in which we live!
Smiles,
Michael Schuessler~
www.theholyg-rail.com




Michael Schuessler, author of the sex and sensuality classic, ‘The Holy G-rail', Please visit his website, www.holyg-rail.com   or www.amazon.com

If you have any questions, in the sensual or sexual arena of life please E-mail :  Michael@holygwear.com
If you would like to see more of Michael's blogs and his Q&A column "Ask Michael" at Examiner.com (Michael is the Denver Sex and Sensuality Examiner)  please visit:
http://www.examiner.com/sex-and-sensuality-in-denver/michael-schuessler



Thank you so much for stopping in Michael.   You are so right.  We should show our beauty each and every day not just for dress up :). 
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