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The highest, most beautiful form of our sexuality requires both freedom and discipline.  

While freedom and discipline seem like competing ideas, the reality is that they actually work alongside one another. When sexuality goes awry, it can usually be attributed to either excessive freedom or excessive rigidity. Both extremes are anti-spiritual positions that keep sex from becoming the rejuvenating, soul-sustaining experience it has the potential to be. 

In this NEW podcast episode, Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife joins Tammy Hill of the Live Your Why Podcast to discuss the divine gift of sexuality and the important role that our sexuality plays in our spiritual development.

Listen to the full episode to learn more about: 

*The divine gift of sexuality

*How to create real connection through sexuality 

*Theological principles of sexuality and joy 

*The important balance of freedom and constraint 

*The important connection between sexuality and spirituality 

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