what people are saying...
Greetings from Tantra north. I wanted to follow-up on last weekend’s event to comment a little on the ‘experience’.
First let me say it was terrific to be a room with others so motivated to do something positive about their relationships – Energy in Focus! None of it could have occurred without your preparations to make it a safe place to talk, listen and learn. This was equally true for the men’s session as for the couples.
Probably next for me was the frankness of your presentation – without the ‘woo-woo’ you referred to. You repeated in both sessions that this was very much an introduction to Tantra of which sex was only a small part. I felt definitely here was something I could investigate further should the interest arise, and in the meantime I would hear some practical advice to improve this very important aspect of my relations with my partner Barbara. Breathe, connection, intent, be in the present.raised my awareness of the attentiveness required of being together.
Lastly, I learned something special with the ‘healing’ rituals, goddess recognition – that among total strangers there was an ability to cast a caring and positive ‘spell’. I saw in the many pairs of eyes of the women who shifted by: fear, hurt, vulnerability, desperation, caring, love, tenderness, hope and a flood of emotions.
A magical moment, for which I could not imagine I had any special talent, was holding the hands of a young woman and by your guidance recognize those hands and that person’s emotional charge.
What happened was this: First the hand-holding was awkward. I changed my grip mostly to let her hands rest in mine rather than being held. Then I recall lifting them slightly just to convey the honour and respect intended by your message. At some moment while I raised my eyes from her hands I could feel her letting something go. I looked at her face and tears were streaming down her cheeks.
It was as if some huge burden had been lifted and this was one moment when whatever held her shifted and got out. My positive thought while witnessing her tears was to convey ‘goodness’ – to let that thought flow as freely as her tears. I was humbled to feel a part of another’s deepest emotions.
So maybe some of the ‘woo-woo’ comes as a bonus! It was fascinating. This was overall one grand experience.
I expectantly await Mastery II
(Dana, Vancouver, BC)