Co-Ed Embodiment Circle – Masculine Registration 7/15/21
Embodied Masculine and Way of the Elements are excited to offer our first Co-Ed Embodiment Circle on July 15th 2021 (6:00 P.M to 9:00 P.M PST). Our communities are coming together in sharing sacred space, practice & circle. We will be limiting this container to 20 participants (10 masculine / 10 feminine). Couples should register separately using the links below. When registering, please provide your partner’s name. Individuals registering will be paired with a partner during the partner practice session.
Date/Time: Thursday July 15th, 2021 / 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. PST
Location: Zoom Private Virtual Room
Note: Please read “Preparation For Virtual Gathering‘ prior to your attendance of this circle in the “Description” section below.
Structure: The first hour those who identify as masculine will work with Amir and those who identify as feminine will work with Keri. In the second hour we will come together in partner practices and our third hour those who care to will put their voices into the circle for the sharing portion of our time together. To learn more about the types of practices either visit Embodied Masculine’s men’s embodiment circle group page or visit Way of the elements and read “Dropping Into Embodiment” This container is set for 10 men and 10 women. Once we hit that number we will close registration.
Date/Time: Thursday July 15th, 2021 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. PST. Registration must be completed no later than 5:00 p.m. PST on the day of the gathering in order for you to receive your log-in instructions in time, virtual doors open at 5:45 p.m. PST. Once you register you register you will receive an email with your Zoom link and password to join the circle.
What To Expect: At our co-ed embodiment circle, we dive into deep practices designed to shed what no longer serves us in order to step more powerfully into our lives. Each person creates a sacred space in the comfort of their home (see “Preparation For Virtual Gathering” below), then we collectively and virtually share a powerful three hour experience with one another. Practices include movement, breath-work, physical and spiritual practices from various traditions including Tibetan Buddhism, qigong, Kundalini, archetypal embodiment, shadow work and deep dives into the subconscious via guided meditations. These practices are structured in a safe container which take each person into spaces where the potential for deep healing and clarity can be experienced.
In the circle portion of our gathering, we share in a safe container with one another. What is shared here is held in strict confidence by a community of powerful, loving men and women. You can share and debrief either your experience from the practices or simply where you are currently in your life. There is an intrinsic quality of nourishment that happens when we spend time together in practice and community. Our goal is to cultivate and raise a community of powerful, conscious men and women, and we invite you to join us. There is no experience required for any of the above practices mentioned…come as you are. If you are hurting and need support, come. As the thirteenth century poet Rumi said so eloquently, “Come, come, whoever you are. Wanderer, worshiper, lover of leaving. It doesn’t matter. Ours is not a caravan of despair. Come, even if you have broken your vows a thousand times. Come, yet again, come, come.” We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you into our circle.
Preparation For Virtual Gathering:
- Privacy – Set aside two uninterrupted hours for yourself. This is your time to give to yourself. You will need privacy.
- Intention – Set an intention on what you want to bring or receive in these two hours. You will be asked to claim your intention during introductions. Keep it short and to the point.
- Sacred Space – Create a sacred space for yourself to practice in. Take this seriously. If you’ve ever been to our physical gatherings, you see what meticulous attention goes into creating the space we work in. At a minimum set yourself up with candles at the four directions and sage your space before stepping into it. You want your space to feel safe and inviting. Set it apart from other parts of your living space, elevate the space. Make it sacred.
- Technical Non Issues- Make sure you get your audio and video sorted out before the start of the meeting so you don’t have to fuss with it when we begin.
- Don’t Rush – Set time aside for yourself to do this right. Make sure you log-in between as close to 5:45 p.m PDT as possible, sit and ground yourself. This is your time, ease into the experience. Refrain from chatting with others, checking your phone etc. Sit, and tune into to the music being played and settle in. We start promptly at 6:00 P.M PDT.
- Structure – Introductions, apx. 45 min. of continuous practice (embodiment, Kundalini, breath-work, Qi-Gong or energetic practices) followed by a men’s circle, which allows each man to put his voice into the circle. What you share here, stays here in absolute privacy.
- Honor The Container – No late entries. No early departures. We honor ourselves and listen to our bodies. We go ALL IN yet are cognizant to advocate for ourselves as not to participate from a space of ego during practices. We find where our 80% edge lives and we breathe into the pose at hand and relax into it. What is shared in our circle portion of our gathering is considered sacred and private, it does not get shared with anyone, it stays in the circle. All practices are recorded and shared on our online community but no recordings take place during the circle portion of our gathering.
- Processing Potential Triggers – Some practices take us deep into spaces within the body and the unconscious where we hold pain and sometimes trauma. You are in a safe container and letting go and leaning in is encouraged but if by chance, post practice you find yourself feeling stuck or triggered, we ask that you send a private chat message to Amir. Then stay after the circle portion of the gathering to work with him in helping you move through the existing charge.
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