We have an inborn capacity to delight in the mystery and pleasure of deep, intimate relating. It is truly a miracle to feel one's self. On top of that, there's a powerful vulnerability of feeling one's self in connection with another human being. Electric. 

So let's be honest. Modern day romance is going to shit. Somewhere down the line, amidst the pressure of looking good, we've become a culture that lives mostly in our heads and less in our bodies. We've lost touch with the sensory experience of what it means to just be. To feel the electricity running in our body and opening to the energy that happens in between. 


When we love, we can let our hearts speak. We can redeem and restore our concept of love and viscerally feel the promise of nourishment and connection we all desperately seek. 

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Welcome to Intimacy.Is.

A platform to connect us to our common humanity through love.

A safe space for those to share their stories about their journey and emotional investment towards deeper intimacy.

A gathering of ideas to embrace the idea of love, intimacy, and connection as a transformative force.

Perhaps, we want to take out the "hopeless" and be real, honest, and raw about our inner romantic. Perhaps, we want to admit our cynic, our pain, our struggle, as we cope to understand how to be true to love (again). Here we can, embrace the down's, the up's, the contraction, the expansion The woes and the glows.



If you feel your heart pumping and have something you'd like to share about your past, present, future understanding of love and intimacy, feel free to submit your heart below.

Read about the founder inspiration: "What is Love?" 


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When we reveal ourselves to our partner and find that this brings healing rather than harm, we make an important disovery—that intimate relationship can provide a sanctuary from the world of facades, a sacred space where we can be ourselves, as we are…
This kind of unmasking—speaking our truth, sharing our inner struggles, and revealing our raw edges—is a sacred activity, which allows two souls to meet and touch more deeply
— John Welwood