“I love three languages of the universe: music, love, and silence.”
– Qasim Chauhan
– Qasim Chauhan
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Come practice connecting to your inner temple. Wear something comfortable… Dress down, dress up… Come as you are and bring all of you. This practice is based upon being present in the body, so we spend a lot of time dancing and moving at our own individual pace and rhythm. In going deep into our bodies, the split we have created between spirit and the body slowly melts into wholeness.
We practice sacred silence from the time we arrive. We honor and treat our temple as sacred. We enter it with reverence and with the intention to be as true as we can. All superficial chit-chatting we leave outside. In our temple, we explore how it is to speak from a deeper place within, and most importantly, we explore how to communicate without speaking at all. This is to drop into no mind and to be in the feminine flow of just being.
Based on the ‘Awakening Women’s Practices.
The workshop is a space where we come together as women to mirror, celebrate and empower each other. The workshop is not a therapy or a support group. Please contact a therapist if you need deeper support.
Come join me, if you have a longing to explore our capacity to communicate with few words, to support each other on our path and to recognize and celebrate Spirit in ourselves, each other and outside of ourselves… a longing to go deeper than the verbal, deeper than the intellect and to reach an untapped potential in this feminine body and being.
Thank you in advance for the gift of your medicine you will bring into sisterhood, into the feminine, into the circle, and into the world.
There is no painting in this workshop. The circle is based on Awakening Women’s practices. You can read more about it here:
“You are not limited to this body, to this mind, or to this reality—you are a limitless ocean of Consciousness, imbued with infinite potential. You are existence itself.”
― Joseph P. Kauffman