We covered the importance of a good cuddle last week
So, how did that work out for everyone? Enjoyed it, right? Felt close to your man/woman/person of significant importance – ahem – you know what I mean. Cuddles = GOOD!
We’re going to keep on with the touch based concept, but isolate it to one part of the body.
Your lips… meaning The Kiss…
How often do you kiss your partner? Once a day? More?
A kiss is an intimate thing – think about it. Yes, it’s lips touching, but your lips don’t really encounter all that much. Their primary purpose is to help us take in or let out. Further explanation below:
They help us eat, to nourish our bodies.
They help us drink, so we stay hydrated and healthy.
They help us speak, introducing our brilliance to the world through out masterful eloquence…
They help us breathe.
I know – our lips are a BIG deal – they take care of us, help make us ‘us’.
That’s why a kiss is so intimate. We’re sharing our lips with someone else, we’re sharing out breath, our spirit for that moment. You’re accepting that person, deeply, in a simple – yet not so simple – way.
Your tip for this week: Kiss your partner. Be it a peck or one of those toe-curling, heat-in-the-pit of your belly lip-locks that you don’t want to end. It’s about love – and showing it to the person we’ve chosen to share that special emotion with!
So that’s my take – but I want to hear your thoughts? Do you think kissing is over rated? Do you have morning and bedtime kisses or is kissing not such a big deal for you?
Happy kisses this week!