Please Note: Applications Close September 19, 2022
Reclaiming the gift of eros is a process that can influence every aspect of our lives. When we honor eros, we cultivate respect towards our bodies, our sexuality, and our relationship to work and community, as well as the earth and other living things. Body Electric’s Sacred Intimacy Training is offered for self-identified men who wish to explore erotic healing as a vocation.
For some it is a vocation that focuses on how erotic connection to self can enrich one’s life on all levels. For others, it encompasses a desire to work erotically with others, a friend, healer, shaman, ritualist, bodyworker, or midwife. Sacred Intimates are those who recognize the potential of erotic energy to transform, heal, celebrate body wholeness, and explore spiritual connections. There is no prescribed path that qualifies one to become a Sacred Intimate, and there are many ways to bring sacred intimacy into one’s life.
This training provides an opportunity to develop skills for being more erotically present to oneself and others in both personal and client relationships. With hearts open, we will come together to create an intentional “temple” within which we will explore and celebrate the sacred mysteries of this path. The training will emphasize the appropriate use of these transformational tools: Taoist Erotic Massage, meditation, conscious breathwork, anal massage, erotic movement and dance, journaling, roleplay, and energetic listening and speaking. The training is designed to help Sacred Intimates intensify their own daily practice and develop erotic healing skills by both giving and receiving individual sessions during the six days. Attention will also be given to exploring one’s right livelihood as an erotic healer. These six days will offer possibilities for exploring mystical healing states within and the potential for weaving this energy in the world.
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* “Self-Identified”: A person who identifies as a specific gender (male, female) regardless of their genitalia. For example, a workshop for Self-Identified Men is for people who identify as men and includes all expressions of genitalia.
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