This course is for those who wish to expand the wisdom and practices shared at the first course “Introduction to Sacred Sexuality, Part I” from a personal level to now learning to work with other.
In “Introduction to Sacred Sexuality, Part I”, we learn how to be in sacred alignment with one's own masculine and feminine aspects and creative life force energy - also called sexual energy. This allows us to balance our true cohesiveness within. This balance can be felt on a physical, emotional, mental, psychic, and spiritual level.
In this course, "Creative Life Force Energy Part ll", we will learn practices to deepen relationships with others, in order to take those relationships to a ‘soul level’.
Part of the ultimate goal is to not only be more whole in our own beingness but to create balance in our deep and meaningful relationships, be them with a romantic partner, with a family member, a sacred sister or brother, or a familiar (animal).
This course is perfect for couples who wish to find harmony and peace in their existing partnership.
Beware that these are sacred ancient practices that can be used for sacred intimacy between a committed couple, and they are not meant to be used casually as you will be creating a soul connection with other.
The practices will not work without the foundation for one’s own alignment provided in “Introduction to Sacred Sexuality Part I”. Please use discount code "creativelifeforce" for 50% off of Introduction to Sacred Sexuality Part I with Grandmother LánéSaán Moonwalker - Yoeme, Apache.
• In this course, you will learn to:
- Create an internal marriage between the female x male aspects in yourself
- Deepen the sacred bond with others, such as a romantic partner, sacred sister / brother, or familiar
- Take your relationships to a soul level
• Benefits of these practices:
- Be in sacred alignment with your most powerful energy, the creative life force energy (i.e. sexual energy)
- Get to know yourself better so that your true essence becomes transparent
- Be more balanced in all aspects of life
- Further your spiritual journey of awakening
- Become aware of all that is around you and that you yourself are a part of the greater whole
- Create harmony with a partner who shares similar goals
- Can be a romantic partner or a really good friend (i.e. sacred sister or brother)
- Doesn’t have to be a sexual expression (i.e. making love)
• What are the practices:
- How to make a sacred prayer stick
- Proper techniques to reach alignment within
- Proper techniques to deepen connection with someone else and bring it to a soul level
• Insight and respect into traditional practices
• Relevance in present day Creative life force vs. sexuality
The tools that will be needed include a sacred stick that is gathered in a good way.
Students will need to go on a walk and pick up a natural stick off of the ground. They will need to leave water and either wild bird seed, cornmeal, tobacco or copal as an offering, something of this nature. The stick is to be no shorter from the inside nook of their elbow to their wrist, and no longer from the inside nook of their elbow to the tip of their longest finger. It is not to be any thinner than their little finger, otherwise it's too fragile. It can be a little bit thicker than their thumb, but not much.
Then, their female side is to pick a color, their male is to also pick a color, and together they are to pick a third color that they both agree upon. These colors may be presented in ribbons, crochet, thread, yarn, straw, whips of fabric would all be acceptable. They can even be different dyed colors of leather. With this, they need to have at least a foot to two feet of those particular colors or yarns.
The other thing is a shell that is easy to add to the sacred stick, such as having a hole in it. Or they would also be allowed to have a small pendant that is a mineral that has a loop on it so that they can easily slide it on. Both their male and female must agree on this item.
We will go through the process during the class of how to go about blessing this sacred tool. We will go about how to decorate it so that both their male and female are active in the creation of this tool, and then do an exercise where both the male and female are present and energetically go about creating a more intimate, whole, united oneness with each other. They will be holding this tool so that it will help them do this practice on a regular basis.
How long will I have access to the recording?
Participants will all be given access to a recording of the session for 30 days after their registration to watch and replay.
What language is this offering presented in?
This offering is presented in English.
What is the quality of the offering footage?
This offering is live Zoom presentation.
How long is the offering?
The offering is approximately 1.75 hours. This video includes several moments to pause to follow instructions such as decorating your prayer stick. Please give yourself at least 2.5 hours to complete this course.
Grandmother LánéSaán Moonwalker has been an oracle, healer, spiritual teacher, and environmental guardian for more than 45 years.
Grandmother LánéSaán began her training in the healing arts at the age of 12 from members of her family who were highly skilled curanderas (traditional healers who combine Native and Catholic spiritual beliefs and practices). From her mother, she learned to work with creative expression as a doorway to spirit.
Grandmother LánéSaán is an accomplished artist, a weaver and painter, as well as a dancer and singer, and holds a degree in humanities and the visual arts from the University of Colorado. She has been a licensed minister for more than 32 years, and is a Canon in the Brigade of Light.
Grandmother LánéSaán has studied with many spiritual teachers, including artist, writer, and visionary Joseph Rael (Beautiful Painted Arrow), Eric Tao and Marian Starnes.
In 1987, she met her main teacher Tu Moonwalker, an Apache, the great great granddaughter of Cochise. Tu was the holder of this unbroken Moonwalker lineage and Láné is an acknowledged part of that it, in addition to being from an unbroken lineage herself through her Yaqui grandmother. Together Tu and Grandmother LánéSaán founded the Philosophy of Universal Beingness within the Whole. The foundation of this system is about working with nature in a sacred way.
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