Adam Chacksfield ~ Erotic Embodiment & Intimacy: Bringing Loving Awareness to our Experience
Saturday, September 17, 2022 @ 10:00am-12:00noon (Pacific Time)
When we dare to open to the erotic dimension of our experience everything comes vibrantly alive for us. We are turned on! There is a delicious pleasurable sensitivity to life. We are touched by so many forms of beauty, and can enjoy the juicy energy inside all our feelings. We find ourselves inspired to engage and create effortlessly, fueled by the same abundant energy that also makes babies.
Yet for many of us, any invitation to open to the erotic dimension immediately brings up shame, fear, and layers of protective conditioning. Even if we’ve personally been fortunate enough to have been spared experiences of sexual abuse or shaming we are still shaped by the trauma of these experiences in the collective field.
This gathering will offer a rare safe and loving space for opening to and exploring the truth our own direct experience of sexuality, erotic energy, and intimate relationships. This is an opportunity for us to open to the beautiful gift of erotic embodiment and bring awareness to whatever layers of fear and shame invite our loving attention. This is not a “how to” webinar, but an invitation for us to let the truth of our own erotic experience reveal itself. Every part of our direct experience is valid, innocent, and deserves to be met with love.
Adam Chacksfield is a nondual teacher who leads retreats worldwide exploring the depths that reveal themselves as we become more intimate with our embodied experience and the vibrantly alive field of relating. He also holds online groups, and private sessions online and in the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition, Adam is now offering private sessions on erotic embodiment and intimacy based on the method of the Somatica Institute where he trained.
Suggested donation: $15 to $25
No one turned away for lack of funds.
Please register early if you can.
The event will be recorded and emailed to participants within a week.
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