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2019 Spirit Weavers Festival


Naomi Love will be sharing The Art of Intimacy and Vulnerability and The Art of Returning to Sovereignty at this years Spirit Weavers Festival.

The Art of Intimacy & Vulnerability 

Intimacy - In To Me See... This is something most of us crave, yet when it comes our way we often find ourselves running from it, and retreating into the depths of ourselves to the place of safety. 

Let's join together in sacred sisterhood to dive into the true essence of yourself while in reflection and presence with your sisters. 

This experiential class will give you greater skills in being able to relate not only with yourself but also with others.

We will use many sacred  temple practices to explore what intimacy is and learn how vulnerability is actually our greatest strength as well as how to communicate what is present for you while in relationship to another. We will remember what our sacred needs are and how to honor them. 

We will complete this beautiful ceremonial class with a transfiguration practice that will leave you feeling more present and empowered in the truth of yourself. You will expand your ability to be witnessed and seen, as well as your ability to witness and see another. These skills are intended to support you in connecting more authentically with all of your relations.

This experiential class will give you greater skills in being able to relate not only with yourself but also with others. 

We will use many sacred  temple practices to explore what intimacy is and learn how vulnerability is actually our greatest strength.

 

The Art of Returning to our Sovereignty

It is so important as women, that we remember ourselves. So often we get lost in crowds, we tend to others, we look for validation outside of ourselves.

This class is an experiential class that is relevant for all women.
We will explore boundaries, the importance of energetic & spiritual hygiene and how to come more fully back to our sovereignty and how to integrate these practices into our daily life.

Each of these practices are our birthright and part of our remembrance and can often bring up emotions that we are uncomfortable with. We will learn how to be present with what arises so these parts and places within ourselves can truly empower us, and support us in our lives.