The intensity of my love is wild.

The intensity of my desire is wild.

The power of my nature is wild.

And when I’m playing tamed… It’s suffocating. It actually hurts.

Because life is wild. You cannot tame it.

And how in fact can you tame the force that is the ocean, the force that’s an erupting volcano, the force that’s roaring thunder, the force that powered the Big Bang and the force that awakens people from coma?

If I were to die tomorrow, I’d have no regrets. Because I know that I have lived. I have done things that scare the shit out of me. I have screamed and jumped for joy. I have failed a thousand times. I have won a thousand times. I have put all of myself into things that mean the world to me. I have loved madly.

I have dared to live.

I am Life. And I am not meant to be handled.

And if it doesn’t hurt your eyes to look directly at me…

You can join me in this magnificent Life,

And be restored to the truth of your own wild nature.

Sofia Sundari

Sofia Sundari is an international transformational teacher, bestselling author of the book Liberation into Orgasm, founder of the Priestess School, world leading authority in the Yoni Egg practice, and facilitator of courses on Tantric & Taoist sexuality.

She helps people rediscover the innocence and sacredness of their sexuality, and start experiencing their open, unashamed eroticism as a portal to internal freedom.

After leaving her law career, Sofia spent 5 years in Asia studying the secrets of Tantra and Taoism, and over a decade training in healing and spiritual modalities. She has held over 20 worldwide trainings, a countless number of short workshops, developed three online courses on the subject of sacred sexuality and garners a strong online following of over 80,000 people.

Sofia has been featured in Elephant Journal, Yoga Journal and on a number of Conscious Sexuality and Femininity summits and podcasts.

Russian born, she can be found all over the globe, anywhere between Bali and Ibiza.
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