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The Lucas Rockwood Show

By Lucas Rockwood

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In this weekly YOGA PODCAST, join Lucas Rockwood as he deep dives into all things yoga, health, and wellness. Each shows features a thought leaders in alternative health, nutritional tips as well as answers to listeners questions.

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great show...but...

Dear Lucas,
Thanks for sharing your wealth of knowledge with us through your podcast and classes. I’ve been a listener for over a year; I’ve taken your 21-day hip opening challenge, use your Gravity Yoga program, and hope to soon practice inversions with a yoga trapeze.

While the list of praise I could give you is long, I wanted to mention one area of improvement you could consider. I’ve noticed that each time the topic of celibacy is mentioned on your show, it’s been accompanied by this sort of sarcastic laughter. It’s happened in 2 or 3 of the archived shows I’ve heard; but most recently in Episode 333, the Power of Pleasure with Xanet Pailet. Within it, you’d mentioned your personal feelings that in celibacy “there is no virtue, no respect; I think it’s crazy”. Those are pretty strong words from someone who otherwise presents as open-minded.

Celibacy or prolonged abstinence does have benefits when done mindfully; and just like any other practice, too much of a good thing can create imbalance. But that doesn’t mean it lacks virtue, is crazy, or doesn’t deserve respect. Even Xanet said later on in the interview that she often recommends her therapy couples go through a period where they stop having sex and focus on other meaningful connections of being present with one another. That is a period of celibacy or conscious abstinence. So the very thing you both claims is problematic is what was praised minutes later for its usefulness. Sometimes, depending on the situation, the best answer is to stop having sex. It's also very helpful for singles, and people healing from various forms of trauma or unsafe behaviors.The length of time varies as we’re all unique and addressing different concerns.

I know enough of your work to assume there’s no harmful intent in your negativity towards celibacy. It’s not a big enough issue for me to stop listening and learning from you; I respect that we don’t have to agree on everything…but, I do hope that in the future you’ll gain deeper perspective. Celibacy can be done in ways that heighten the senses, clarify the mind, and heal the heart.

With Love Always,

The Lucas Rockwood Show
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