I call the profound work of sacred sexuality, as it moves through me, The Great Remembering: Sexuality, Soul and our Eternal Wildness. It is rooted in the sacred practices of MogaDao Sacred Daoist Sexuality, and expands creatively from this root, drawing from all of my teaching lineages, including the Water (as a Watsu and Waterdance practitioner), the wilderness, experiential education, international cross-cultural immersion and anthropology, and mythological and archetypal studies.
MogaDao Sacred Daoist Sexuality is a homecoming to our most original and primordial energy. It is a culture of care, self-reverence, celebration, healing and beauty. Ancient Daoism and Chinese Medicine hold sexuality in its rightful place of primordial power. Sexual energy is acknowledged as the fundamental energy of every aspect of our lives, responsible for physical health and vitality, creativity and generosity, trust in the essential goodness of being and our ability to live a life that is aligned with purpose. Our sexual energy holds the code, quite literally, for our destiny- for the very reason that we are alive on this planet and the unique gifts that we have to GIVE this world.
Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes so clearly names that “ A crisis in spirituality is a crisis in sexuality. And a crisis in sexuality is a crisis in spirituality.” I further expand this notion to say that a crisis in creativity and the expression of one’s gifts in this world is a crisis in sexuality, and a crisis in sexuality will always rise alongside a crisis of true expression in the world. This work, therefore, is not merely about “sexuality,” as we have come to conceive of it in the West. This work, rather, is nothing short of a reclamation of one’s own life-energy, erotic longings and sacred connection to life itself.
As such, the entire work of MogaDao Sacred Daoist Sexuality and The Great Remembering is a practice pathway towards the refinement, celebration, cultivation and sacred recovery of this most essential energy and fundamental goodness of being.
The practices and sacred culture of this work invite people of all ages and stages of life, sexual articulation and gender identification. It opens its arms to the fullest spectrum of our community, be they single, married, partnered, divorced, widowed, straight, gay, celibate, younger, older or suffering from chronic illness.
This work does not emphasize or teach toward mere “technique,” but rather offers an entirely new culture of sexuality that in and of itself creates an atmosphere of freedom and integration for those who stand inside of it. Although there are qigong-based practices that are taught, it is the context which invites students into their own authenticity and natural gift of their sexuality.
***Please note that the culture of these classes and workshops is one of deep respect, reverence, celebration and integrity. There is a great respect for personal privacy. At no time will participants be asked to take off clothing, engage sexually or share beyond their own comfort. Teachings of explicitly sexual nature will utilize silicone models of male and female anatomy.
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