Jhoselyn Catalina Thomas, (aka “The Diva RN”) is a natural empath and comes from a lineage of healers. Her desire to heal herself and others brings bliss to all those she encounters. A registered nurse with over 10 years experience in the health care industry, Jhoselyn has an acute sense of an individual’s needs by listening and feeling energies.
Jhoselyn is a resident blogger for Jujumama and an active educator within the Progressive Love community. Her blog post titles include http://www.jujumamablog.com/2012/07/27/i-dont-need-a-man/#more-14306
She began furthering her education on energy work and completed the i2Tantra program and began studies in Reki. Enhancing her Tantra and Reki studies Jhoselyn has completed the Level One Grand Trine Course with Master Yao Nyamekye Morris. In addition, she will be facilitating a sex education seminar for women and teens with Jujumama.
Her kind and caring nature combined with her natural abilities make her truly dynamic!
As I sit here contemplating the days before “progressive love” I wonder…. Will I ever go back to being the same as before. Truthfully I probably will never be the same. Today I went back to the day I did an internet search for relationships questions I had. Looking Continue reading →
I went to a tantra event this past weekend and it was made very clear to me….. Women have hurt men and we must heal them as well. We have to take responsibility for creating men that view us as “independent, free, Continue reading →
After 12 years of being together you would think things slow down. Desires decrease, sex becomes a chore and lovemaking is shuffled amongst laundry, child care and bills. There is good news now that my husband of 12 years and I have found our fountain of youth. Finally after months Continue reading →
In the last few weeks I have been on Facebook and the common thread has been whether or not we use the Progressive Love tenets to cover up our lack of responsibility in relationships. In other words, if we all take personal responsibility for our happiness – is this an Continue reading →
It has been a day since the Dr. Phil Show on Open Relationships has aired. I was very excited and thankful for the experience to be on the show and speak about this newly controversial but yet ancient type of relating.
Doubt is a pain too lonely to know that faith is his twin brother.
It’s Valentines Day a day in which we celebrate love and friendship with our close ones. Why do we fear this emotion so much? Why do we find ways to change it and shift it to better fit our fears around it?
By now, we all have heard on the media about Newt Gingrich’s ex-wife’s interview regarding his plea with her for an Open Marriage…. When people think Open Marriage, automatically they think, sex, corruption and falling out of a relationship.
Here at Jujumama we challenge this belief. We commend Newt Gingrich for attempting Continue reading →
Today women are so far from the belief in submission and vulnerability. We have a hard time allowing our bodies and our hearts to receive our men. Instead we decide what to give them, what to take from them, how to change them with force, when and how we should Continue reading →