Living and Dating with Authenticity with Ken Page
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Ken Page is an award winning author of the book Deeper Dating and renowned psychotherapist. In this episode, we discuss authentic living and dating, what it looks like for each of us, and how to reach it. Through small and simple exercises, Ken teaches how to recognize and accept our core gifts which are essential for an authentic love life.


What you'll learn (or why you should care):


  • How to drop the game of seduction in early stage dating. 
  • Importance of acknowledging and naming the core gifts we have as a practice to self acceptance and self love
  • How to build a relationship that is sexually and spiritually satisfying by sharing and being vulnerable
  • The difference between attraction of deprivation and attraction of inspiration. Does my soul feel safe with the other person?


Where to find Ken:


Ken’s six-month intensive course for a small group of lovers

The Deeper Dating Podcast

Deeper Dating audio course on attraction and deeper intimacy 

The Deeper Dating Book: How to Drop the Games of Seduction and Discover the Power of Intimacy

By Ken Page 

Deeper Dating Online – warm safe and fun online dating place

Ken’s Instagram

Ken’s Facebook 



David snarch – the crucible, on monogamy

The Presale for The Flirting and Connection Course 

Learn to connect to love with courage and clarity

$75 until July 27th. We start Aug 6th.


Learn more about The Love Drive




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