Sunday, August 31, 2014

White-Hot Yoga of the Heart (for Men and Women) at Samsara House 2023 -- Thursday, 09-04-2014

White-Hot Yoga of the Heart (for Men and Women) at Samsara House 2023
An Introduction to Waking Down in Mutuality - How to enjoy a state of full-time relaxation you never knew was possible
Thursday, 09/04/14 - 7:00pm - 9:30pm

So, you've heard about Waking Down and now you want to learn more about it?  

     Watch This New Video: What is Waking Down in Mutuality? (4:10mn)

              A remarkable percentage of those who find their way to involvement in Waking Down achieve a permanent shift of awakening at the core of their being within a relatively brief time (the average is about two years). They go from feeling fundamentally confused, separate, or insufficient to "landing" in a direct knowing of their nature as both infinite Consciousness and finite human being. They become divinely human-not just conceptually but as a lived experience.
      Along the way, they also learn how to be kinder to themselves and others, knowing that we ALL share the predicament of being mortal and imperfect beings. But this is not just a school of "nice." Embodiment in this work means being fully alive and fully expressed-including the entire range of feelings and emotions. It means finding your authentic voice, and your passion. It means giving yourself greater permission to be here, and to live out your potential in ways you might not have imagined before.
         The road to this is not always an easy one, and it would be unfair of us not to acknowledge that. But the payoff of this work is a profound, lasting, and ultimately unshakeable wellness of Being that persists no matter what storms may be brewing in one's outer life. Most participants find themselves discovering a new sense of ease within themselves and with life, new possibilities opening before them, and a growing confidence in Being. Their relationships unfold in amazing ways, and more and more, their lives become an expression of what really matters to them.
   The practice of mutuality is not intended to be formulaic, and it will not prevent or solve all relationship issues. But in our experience, when practiced over time with those you care about and who care about you, it brings deep healing to relationship patterning and remarkable intimacy that is mutually empowering.
     An engaging evening will entail sitting in togetherness to watch an interview of Saniel Bonder, founder of Waking Down in Mutuality with his wife and senior teacher Linda Groves-Bonder, from a video series entitled "Buddha at the Gas Pump" directed by Rich Archer.  The evening is facilitated by aspiring Waking Down in Mutuality mentor Cullen Kowalski.   
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