The healing power of a passionate kiss

The next time you see your honey-pie after a day’s work or extended absence, make the first act between you a great big, fat, sloppy, juicy, noisy, mushy, gushy, ten-second kiss. When was the last time you shared a kiss that lasted a full ten seconds while vertical?

If you can’t remember, shame on you! It probably made your knees go weak AND brightened your whole day. I ask my patients and audiences which family member gets the first hug or kiss when they get home at the end of the day. IT’S USUALLY THE DOG.

Be sure to make it a wet, juicy kiss. Ancient Chinese physicians considered the saliva of one’s lover to be a health elixir. Kisses that exchange bodily fluids strengthen the kissers. And the more tongue action the better. The tongue is an extension of the heart. Touching tongues allows hearts to touch. Opening the mouth increases our appetite for greater closeness.


One Response to “The healing power of a passionate kiss”
  1. Felice, I will certainly have to give this a go. You are correct about the dog being the first greeter though :-)

    She (the dog) will jump about one metre from the arm of the couch in my general direction and expect me to catch her. My wife is usually close behind (not jumping) and has to fight to be first some days.

    The kiss idea originated with my dog I think. She has her tongue out and ready to exchange saliva with almost anyone :-)

    Stay well. Michael

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