“This year, invite the new year in with a sacred Tantric Ceremony. Ignite the aliveness of the last few hours of the year by discovering new ways of meeting yourself intimately. Where have you held back this year? What were the greatest moments of experiencing the depths of your loving, the agony of your hate? What are you longing for as you enter into this new year?”
This is the pathway to beginning to allow ourselves to love and be loved, to touch and be touched in the way we have longed for most. A deeply authentic connection that seems to be always just out of reach in our daily lives is hidden, woven into the present moment.”
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As I prepare to lead 14 brave souls into the unknown for my very first level 3 course I am touched by many things. The first being what a blessing to be able to share another layer of this work, practices that I have held onto for literally years waiting for the community to be ready for this next level of deepening in the journey.
The other day I got a BIG wake-up call. Martin and I were receiving support around our challenges (FYI common relationship mistake #1: thinking you have to do this alone... having someone hold the space for you to break through and go deeper is such a relief and at times a necessity ~ it does not make you weak).
I wrote this immediately after an awakening I experienced this week. I am literally so full from the movement in my life that I think I have 4 articles in the works to share with you about it all.
These days, when I sit down to write this article for you, I am always amazed at just how much has past and how many things I have to share with you.
This month for our Evening of Awakening, we are going on a journey through the chakras.
Witnessing my first birth...
I watched my friends birth process in awe as she traveled a journey from pain & exhaustion to the moment when everything she needed was suddenly there. (I have more to say about the details, but I would like to ask her permission to share before I do.)
I spent almost all day Friday in bed crying.
It was excruciating, it was wonderful.