This program supports the unfolding of ecstatic belonging, in contrast to the traumatic belonging that capitalism and colonialism teach us. Through loving inquiry, body-based practices, and the support of psychedelic medicines, we can access ecstatic experiences of transpersonal belonging. As we walk the medicine path of embodied love, we co-create enduring intimacies, and caring communities, resourced by many experiences of ecstasy. We live in love with each other and the more-than-human world. We invent powerful alternatives to capitalism and colonialism, with our wild imaginations, loving touch and daring dreams.
Embodied love activist and queer elder Caffyn Jesse invites you to join them, as they walk their medicine path through the coming year. This free program will support your preparation and integration, if you are working with psychedelic medicines or somatic sexual healing. If you are curious about psychedelics, somatics, transformative justice or queer ecology, you will enjoy this program
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Each section of this program offers a different focus to guide inquiries, in different months of the year. There are certain psychedelic medicine practices, and embodiment practices that feel resourcing, as we focus on different aspects of Ecstatic Belonging.
January & February: Belonging to Our Souls
March and April: Belonging to Each Other
May and June: Belonging to Ecstasy
July and August: Belonging to Interbeing
September and October: Belonging to Repair
November and December: Belonging to Nonbeing
These different aspects of ecstatic belonging support one another, and deepening into the differences sequentially feels enriching. Beginning in January 2023, Caffyn will check in, and add new materials as the year passes
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Caffyn Jesse is a sacred intimate who revels in the power and pleasures of the erotic.
Caffyn taught for many years in the Sexological Bodywork and Somatic Sex Education professional trainings, as well as offering a weeklong training for Intimacy Educators, plus occasional workshops on topics ranging from pelvic pain to sex in long-term relationships. They offered trauma training for professionals who touch. Encouraging neuroplastic change to support sexual healing and expanded pleasure, unwinding sexual trauma, exploring the intersection of sex and spirit, creating erotic community – Caffyn Jesse has welcomed people from around the world to their Salt Spring Island studio. They have researched and written on the science of sexological bodywork, psychedelic medicine, neurobiology and sexual healing, trauma, orgasm coaching and many other topics. Her books include Science for Sexual Happiness , Intimacy Educator: Teaching with Touch, Elements of Intimacy and Pelvic Pain Clinic.