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A Session With No Map

“I am only interested in the ideas that become obsessive and make me feel uneasy. The ideas that I’m afraid of.” – Marina Abramovic  A Session With No Map One day I asked a video director I admire what kind of work he enjoyed the most? He said: “I like when someone contacts me wanting... Continue Reading →

Die before you die

“Death is one of God's best ideas because it so terrifies the beings that it compels them to search for that which is imperishable.” - Mooji I have always been fascinated by the idea of dying before dying. That is, of getting the experience of death before the physical death of the body. I suppose I felt that it... Continue Reading →

My Shibari Healing by a Powerful Master

In all these years that I’ve been a Domme, I often found myself wondering: why is there such a great variety of FemDoms and yet such a comparatively tiny pool of skillful Dominant males to choose from? I can hear my readers protesting already but, darlings, your offers to tie us up and spank us... Continue Reading →

Couples Session – Decoding the Kinky Mind

“In most cases I’ve found that those who think they rarely or never fantasize are similar to people who don’t remember dreaming. They’re simply not in the habit of paying sufficiently close attention” J. Morin, Erotic Mind. It would not be an exaggeration to say that my clients’ willingness to reveal what most people prefer to keep hidden... Continue Reading →

One Awful Submissive*

*Published with permission from the subject of this post Somehow I’m wired to look for best in people, including my submissives. I understand that nobody is perfect, and do my best to focus on good qualities. When it comes to training my submissives, I look for potential. Of course, it seems to be a good... Continue Reading →

Tantric BDSM

”One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light but by making the darkness conscious.” ~ Carl Jung~   When I wrote "New Direction" a year ago I spoke about how exhausted I was by my old style of domination, which felt like a form of escapism for my clients. I felt that there... Continue Reading →

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