I don't know if I could ever sum the beauty and intensity of these workshops into words; enough words to convey the depth, joy, tears, healing, and practice that comes out of them. But I can share moments, like our opening spaces and how we begin teaching.
On Sunday we opened with words from Yeshe Rabbit, of Caya Coven and The Sacred Well in Oakland, CA. That we began Saturday with a piece on love and intersection, on relationship, I felt drawn back to the anthology Finding the Masculine in Goddess' Spiral, and Yeshe's words.
Pieces of the introduction and the loving words of Goddess.
Here I pause. I know if you have read the anthology there is a lot here about the importance of men in the work, in the body, in love for Mother, for Goddess, for Her. So I pulled pieces from the writing that spoke to the group of She, and They, that were sitting before attunments.