How can the Tibetan Five Elements meditation and practices, passed down through a 1200 year lineage, metabolize emotional and physical obstacles for embodied sexual transcendence? Devi Ward Erickson shares how these ancient practices transformed her own life, the principles of how the meditation transmutes and transforms our body and consciousness, and how her Institute for Authentic Tantra Education trains and teaches practitioners and students making these sacred teachings available to Western audiences.
Every body’s journey of sensual & sexual reclamation from past sexual abuse is unique to their body. Pamelah shares with tremendous insight how her unique path involved her memories of child abuse returning via breath work, how she learned to give voice to her embodied feelings, and the roles Tantra, Yoni Massage, and Sexological Bodywork played in the reclamation and realization of her body’s full erotic pleasures and wholeness.
What does the journey of reclaiming and restoring our organic sexual embodiment and nature involve when healing from childhood sexual abuse? There are as many paths as there are sacred journeys to healing. Today, we have the privilege of listening to one such journey, as Violet Lange shares her experiences, both as a survivor of sexual abuse, as well as a guide and coach for women to live a life of pleasure, attuned and in alignment with their embodied feminine nature.
How The Wheel of Consent Invites an Ever-Deepening Embodiment for Intimacy, Pleasure and Relationships
How can we learn, re-learn or deepen our body’s sense of safety for receiving the kinds and quality of touch and pleasure we truly desire, whilst expanding its ability to know and ask for what it really wants? Dr. Betty Martin and The Wheel of Consent offers a safe and clear container for this embodied inquiry. Betty shares her journey of how the subtle yet powerful touch distinctions of giving, receiving, taking and allowing evolved, the importance of waking up our hands to receiving pleasure, and her process of distilling and transmitting her depth of knowledge into the newly released “The Art of Receiving and Giving: The Wheel of Consent.”
How can we restore and awaken our nervous system at its own pace, layer by subtle layer, to ensure its felt sense and inner awareness is reclaimed from the ground up, and how does this profoundly affect our sexual embodiment and pleasure? Kimberly Ann Johnson’s new experiential book, The Call of the Wild: How We Heal Trauma, Awaken Our Own Power, and Use it for Good invites an embodied exploration of nervous system understanding, intimacy, and self-regulation via the senses through a carefully sequenced series of somatic experiences partnered with insightful cognitive understanding.