Cues of Safety & Danger (1/6)

Presenter: Deb Dana Safety is not a cognitive experience. It is an embodied experience. Stephen Porges coined the term neuroception to describe how the body constantly scans for cues of safety and danger. We are not in control of this process and we are not...

Attachment Styles and Sex

Presenters: Maoz Yaakov & Noga Maivar Meditation by the presenter: Imagine taking a step toward your intimate partner. Take another step toward them. See what it feels like in your body to step toward them. Check in to see if there’s a barrier or something...

Feminine and Masculine Traits

Presenters: Chantelle Raven, Megan Lambert, Lion Galban Masculine and feminine traits are separate from gender expression.Some women avoid feminine traits due to unwanted sexual attention.Our society over values masculine qualities.Feminine traits are feeling,...

Vulnerability and Authentic Expression

Presenter: Ryel Kestano Using your voice is more masculine because you are putting yourself out into the world. Using your ears and eyes is more feminine as you are receiving the world around you.We think that not being vulnerable protects us, but it prevents us from...
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