F**k Like a Goddess
What if your deepest fears and wounds were the KEY to living a turned on, passionate life, sharing your gifts with the world, and having mind-blowing orgasms along the way? And what if you could embrace all of you—all of your messy, wild, raw, sensual self—exactly as you are right now AND still feel good? This is what it means to f*ck like a goddess—literally and metaphorically. To let life make love to you and enjoy every bit, even the parts that hurt, and to find the magic in all of it. And this is your birthright.
So why is it so damn hard for women to simply feel comfortable in their own skin, let alone feel strong and secure enough to freely share their gifts with the world? “Because each of us has been conditioned, programmed, and literally brainwashed into thinking we are not enough,” writes Alexandra Roxo,” and it is up to us to rewrite that story.”
A prominent voice in transformational healing and the divine feminine, Roxo shares tried-and-true methods that have led to both her own healing and that of hundreds of her coaching clients over the years.
“We are in need of an uprising of bold, wild women who have reclaimed their bodies and stand in their sacred sexuality for them,” she writes. “As women, we need to liberate our voices, step into total security within ourselves, and fully own our raw, sensual power, finally letting go of the shame, guilt, denial, and repression that’s been put upon us.”
The methods in this book will inspire you, challenge you, bring up your resistance, and unleash your gifts. It won’t always be easy, but if you do the work, you’ll discover what it really feels like to f*ck like a goddess.
Alexandra is an artist, bestselling author, speaker and teacher.
She leads workshops and has been featured as a guest speaker on podcasts and TV including on ViceTV’s Slutever, Epix’s Sex / Life show and at numerous festivals and events worldwide. With a career traversing genres, but with a through line of exploration of the female body and the intersection of sexuality and spirituality, Alexandra has been making art, writing, and sharing her heart publicly for nearly two decades about modern spirituality, the feminine faces of the divine, embodiment as healing and practice, and the path of the expression of the soul through art and writing as liberation.