Tag Archive | love
Eleven days teaching with Charles Muir, TJ Bartel and Judith Shavani Davis at Source School of Tantra‘s CTE (Certified Tantra Educator) training opened new pathways for the continuation of expansion and growth. This photo is of the cards that were drawn by participants that came for private sessions. The messages were perfect for each session–Tantra […]
People love our classes and I love sharing with them. It is why I do what I do. I am passionate about this work! “Before the Yoni Appreciation class I felt closed down sexually and I was not very confident in my skills. During the class I was surprised to find a huge shift in both […]
Good Morning–Loving Myself Awake with thoughts of what is sacred in my life. What does sacred mean to me? Can I acknowledge everything as sacred? It is a practice of awareness and dedication to remind myself that every aspect of human nature can be seen as SACRED, even the things we deem “bad”. Each step […]
Good Morning Friends Happy July! Loving Myself Awake, feeling each breath as I caress my skin. The phrase PLANTING THE SEEDS enters my mind. How do we plant seeds in our life garden ? I am planting appreciation, gratitude, awareness, prosperity, LOVE and consciousness. Cultivating and nurturing these seedlings while noticing other plants that appear. […]
I am enjoying this book. I love the format Rudolph Ballentine has chosen, Shiva-Shakti conversation. Principle 7. Pleasure is at the heart of the tantric path, it has the capacity to heal, and is closely identified with its corollary, play. ~Rudolph Ballentine
What is grief?A reflection of love. The more deeply one loves, the deeper the grief. Appreciating the grief knowing the depths of LOVE. It’s safe to grieve. It’s safe to love.
Tantra Sacred Loving | April 2016 Hello Friends, Welcome to this new month we call April. Each day reminds me it will soon be time to plant the garden and welcome the abundance that comes. I recently attending The Gathering of advanced students and teachers of Source School of Tantra. We learned and explored more […]