AN EXPLORATION OF FANTASIES, SEX AND LOVE with Dr. Kristina Kincaid
Scuba Divers do an in depth exploration, Rock Climbers do it against the wall, Rockstars do it loud and Politicians do it to everyone. What exactly is this thing we do called sex and why are we so obsessed with it? What makes it so pleasurable, titillating, frightening and shameful?
This day long journey is for participants who are willing to venture and play where angels fear to tread. We will be working in the deep unconscious, uncovering where we turn away from some of our greatest gifts by delving into what has been deemed unspeakable and taboo.
Through exploration of sexual fantasies, sexual constellation work, untamed passions, conscious play, body work, breath work, movement, intimacy, connection and respectful service to each other, we can come home to ourselves through a deep honoring of our gorgeous, unique and individual ways of loving.
IN THIS WORKSHOP YOU WILL LERN:
- to deeply understand the powerful relationship between sexual fantasies and your deepest heart desires,
- how the dynamics of your sexual fantasies play out in your daily life,
- how to move through the abuse of the sexual to sexual integrity,
- to access the full power of sexual fantasy as your tool for liberation and empowerment,
- to radically submit and accept the sexual as your wisdom teacher,
- to navigate the razor’s edge between domination and submission and mutuality,
- how “being a lover” is a commitment to the act of generosity and transcending the self,
- why most sexual failure is not a crisis of technique but of imagination,
When: Sunday Dec 13th, 2015, 10:00AM~5:00 PM
Where: Institute of Core Energetics,
150 West 28th street, suite 1803, New York
Admission: $150 before Feb 14th, $175 after
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Led by Dr. Kristina Kincaid
Assisted by Tara Urszula Pietrzykowska and Cynthia Kagoshima, CCEP
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WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING:
“The work was very powerful. Kristina set up a safe container so I felt comfortable being vulnerable and exploring deeply intimate parts of myself. I opened up in a way I don’t think I could have anywhere else. That is pretty incredible.”
“I cried, laughed, listened, celebrated, and most of all, shed something to make room for deeper self love and connectedness.”
“I realized that claiming what I deeply want does not take anything away from others having their needs met — a scarcity mindset. In fact, expressing my needs contributes to an overall feeling of abundance and higher satisfaction. In theory I could have said something like that before — but until that moment I didn’t realize how much more I really have to learn about abundance. What a gift! Something loosened inside of me that now I imagine will keep shifting around for a long time. “