Tantra teaches us to create a sacred container where the field of Love can blossom. How do we get there?
This experience comes naturally when we feel safe to open and relax.
Boundaries: We can learn to have clear boundaries and agreements around how we share closeness. First, we speak up and say what we need and want. Second, we listen to the other for what they need and want. Then there’s the possibility for Love to blossom.
Kind vs Nice: Sometimes it can be challenging when we fear that we might disappoint someone. Yet when we speak our truth, the body often feels more alive and open. This takes practice! Learning to say no in kind loving ways can help maintain connection and build trust with our partner(s). Ultimately, we trust others more when we know they will tell us the truth, even if they think we won’t like it!
Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field.
I’ll meet you there.
When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about.
Ideas, language, even the phrase ‘each other’ doesn’t make any sense.
Being “nice” by saying yes, even when we feel a no, is a habitual behavior pattern. When we break this and other habits, it opens the possibility for freedom of choice.
In relation to my work, I feel the field of love most of the time. It’s a feeling of unconditional love that brings me such joy! I have the honor to witness my students dropping into this field of love, by deeply listening with caring kindness to each other.