What Does it Mean to Walk the Path of Love?
I want to talk about the Path of Love. More than that…the Tantra Path. What I often tell my students is that we are all Love. We are all “the one.” Many people are looking for “the one” to be with in life. The way I teach Tantra, or sacred sexuality, is about really stepping into love together. This may sound kinda funny, but Tantra is about opening our heart and seeing the divine in each person. To find “the one” is to find (or truly see) each other. We are all “the one.” We are all the beloved.
I’d like to distinguish this from, let’s say, finding a partner to live with. Partnership can be more concerned with the logistics of finding someone we get along with well, day to day. Yet from a Tantra lens, you can be the beloved even if our lifestyle and sleeping rhythms are a complete mismatch. I can feel a deep love for you and not wish to be partners with you. Deep love doesn’t mean something else – it’s simply itself.
The Path of Love, the Tantra Path is about being loving with each other – and that does not mean being sexual with each other (it can include that, of course). We walk in Love when we open our heart, open the energies of our body, our kundalini, our aliveness, and share that with each other. From this place, we can create a community of support. Whether or not you have a partner, practicing Tantra can be a space to feel met in Love.
One of my favorite quotes from a fairly new student to the group said, “I had no idea that in 3 hours I would fall in love with a whole room full of people.” That’s what we do. If you are interested in learning about Tantra and finding out what events are the best fit for you, I welcome you to contact me. We can figure that out together.
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