The Ecstatic Thermostat

The Ecstatic Thermostat

There’s something strange happening these days for women.

Women, en masse, are less satisfied than ever before. The most recent results from a Harvard University study show that an astounding one in four American women between the ages of 40 and 50 are on antidepressants. Women represent the highest group in any demographic, up to two and a half times more likely to be depressed than men. The use of antidepressants has increased by 400% over the last 30 years, even though the gender gap has significantly decreased. Our collective Ecstatic Thermostat has been perpetually turned on LOW.

What’s going on here?

Why can’t we feel that fire we long for?

In our search for equality and success, did we miss something?

Those questions led me on a quest to find the answers. What I found was that there is an ancient women’s wisdom that remains hidden and elusive. That ageless knowledge has been suppressed in concealed texts and books, in the occult and esoteric branches of every major religion. From Kabbalah, Sufism, Taoism, Tantra, shamanism, and Rosicrucianism, and from the newly uncovered scrolls, we find a wealth of insight into the essence of Womanhood and the sacred feminine mysteries.

I made it my personal pursuit to unveil this wisdom and embody them, beginning to walk the path to my own Secret Garden. Along each step of the way, I was surprised by the revelations I had. From the first step of establishing a stable foundation within, to the creative outpouring I experienced, to my magnetism with other people (especially men) increasing noticeably, to my intuitive abilities and feelings of bliss. As I continued to walk the path, women would inquire about my “magic formula.” People began asking me – what was I ON?

Ecstasy. Naturally.

And now, I want to share it with you.

In the next post, I’ll share with you the truth about women and success.


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