Sacred Sexuality & the Path of Sexual Healing

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Sacred Sexuality & the Path of Sexual Healing
Time: 
Friday, April 11, 2014 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Facilitator: 
Robert Silber
Location: 
EMAX

Explore how the tantric path of sacred sexuality holds fundamental keys to individual liberation and the global challenges humanity faces. 
For thousands of years, humanity has wrestled with the deep split in our psyche between spirituality and sexuality. Few spiritual traditions provide guidance on how to use our sexual life force-energy for restoration, healing and manifestation. Most of us spend our lifetimes seeking love and power outside of ourselves. We are often at war with our bodies, riddled with self-doubt and self-hatred, burdened by deep relationship and sexual wounds.
This talk will weave together the passions, experience and understandings of 2 ISTA faculty members (International School of Temple Arts) Robert Silber & Araminta Barbour around the transformational impact of empowered sexual healing. It is time to 'come down the mountain', reclaim and awaken the sacredness of our body temples and live as fully embodied beings of loving power.
Join us for a fun, informative and playful evening with no nudity and learn more about the 3 day intensive upcoming workshop: Empowered Sexual Healing - from agony to ecstasy.

About the Facilitators:

Robert Siber
In addition to founding the Institute for Conscious Sensuality (ICS), Robert Siber is on the faculty of the International School of Temple Arts and has worked with many other sacred sexuality teachers around the world. He is a licensed massage therapist giving bodywork that incorporates the elements of lomi lomi, thai, cranial sacral and pelvic release techniques in a process that is deeply empowering and transformative.  
He also provides conscious sensuality coaching, trainings and mentoring via phone/email/in person.  He is also a veteran permaculture designer and is co-founder of La'akea Permaculture Community.

Araminta BarbourAraminta Barbour
Founder of The Sanctuary in Guatemala where she lives, Araminta is an International Schools of Temple Arts (ISTA) faculty member, Certified Red Tent Women’s Guide, Dakini and International Sacred Sexuality Workshop Facilitator. She has a Master’s Degree in Indian Religions from the University of London (SOAS), 8 years experience in the sexual reproductive health non-profit sector and over 15 years exploring numerous holistic health modalities and esoteric traditions when the death of a loved one shattered all her belief systems and forced her onto the path of deep questioning.

Araminta’s core passion is the process of radical self-acceptance – the inner marriage of love with power. She is here to support the return of ancient temple wisdom and practices for humanity’s evolution as liberated, heart-centred creators. Araminta offers emotional release guidance, shadow-integration support, transformational workshops in tantra and conscious intimacy coaching.
Admission: $5 - 15 Sliding donation.