Extraordinary Living Podcast: An Interview with Ian Ferguson

by Ian Ferguson

In this latest interview, Extraordinary Living’s Jackie Senatore and Ian talk about his mission, along with over 100 Certified £rotic Blueprint Coaches™, to release shame around s£x, helping people empower themselves to reclaim the pleasure and true £rotic expression that is their birthright.


“Around sex, particularly, there has not been a language to articulate the artistry available. We’re all living with a six-crayon crayon box, and the world of sex and sexuality is an infinite array of oil pastels and tapestry works. There’s just so much richness.”
~ Ian Ferguson

Sexual fulfillment is part of living an extraordinary life. Something that most of us crave and desire, which is to be truly seen and deeply fulfilled.

Learn and discover what the 5 Erotic Blueprints™ are, what one you feel you most relate to, which one is your partner and how to feed your partner’s Blueprint.

“To speak with deep articulation about who we are as erotic beings does not come naturally. It is a learned skill.”
                                                           ~ Ian Ferguson

Listen now to Ian’s latest interview!


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“Our compatibility has gone through the roof…how to be pleased. How to ask to be sexually pleased. How to please you (your partner) sexually. How to experience not only the orgasms we were already having and the ecstatic pleasure that we were already living, but now to have it magnify and multiply and go to whole new levels. It feels like we’re starting our relationship again!“

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Embrace what has been buried and shamed in your body for thousands of years.

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