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Have you ever wondered what it would take to create phenomenal relationships and true intimacy with others?

If you have heard “you have to work on yourself first”, you may have found that phrase intensely irritating.

Where do you begin with creating intimacy and honoring for yourself when you have no reference point for what true intimacy even is?

We're here to give you pragmatic tools to begin choosing and creating true intimacy with yourself and others today using the 5 Elements of Intimacy: Honor, Trust, Allowance, Vulnerability, and Gratitude.

Enjoy 30% off a selection of products until 29 May at 11 pm CDT!


“What would your life be like with you and your body if you started to play with the 5 elements of intimacy?” 
– Simone Milasas


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Elements of Intimacy Teleseries

A 6-part telecall series with Gary M. Douglas and Dr. Dain Heer on creating intimacy beyond the confines of this reality.

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Getting Out of Need and Into Intimacy

This online course with Dr Dain Heer allows the energies of the 5 elements of intimacy - allowance, trust, vulnerability, honoring and gratitude - to enter your life and change your relationship with yourself, others, and the world.

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Blog: What Do The 5 Elements of Intimacy Really Mean?

"It’s one thing to nod your head when Gary Douglas and Dr Dain Heer talk about the 5 elements of intimacy. It’s quite another to live them.

As a reminder, they are honor, trust, allowance, vulnerability, and gratitude.

As I travel the world sharing the Access Consciousness® tools with people relative to relationships, I have so often encountered people who say they would like to have a relationship, yet there is at least one of the 5 elements that is missing in the relationships they attempt to create.

Perhaps it might be helpful to give some examples of how what we say and what we do are not quite the same..."

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