Sexual Healing for Women a Testimonial

Women Healing Women Testimonial

Kelley attended our Women Healing Women:Reclaiming Our Sexual Radiance workshop in Sedona, AZ  in April 2013.  Thanks, Kelley for helping us to get the word out to other women in need of sexual healing.

Look here for our upcoming events. https://www.tantraforawakening.org/schedule/

Do you want to live in a world where women are free to celebrate their full sexual radiance without fear, where sexuality is honored and celebrated as a gift of creation? Join us for this weekend workshop:

• Reclaim your sexual power
• Honor your body and your beauty
• Celebrate pleasure and sensuality
• Transform beliefs and heal the past
• Recognize the goddess within
• Know you are whole and complete

Please join us for a weekend of deep transformation. Access your innate sexual power through hands-on healing and sacred ritual. This workshop is open to all women 18 and older, who are ready to step into their power and want to love themselves fully.

Price $325  This event will be held in a beautiful, private retreat space , location given at registration. To register contact Cheryl at goodflute@yahoo.com 847-624-8926

Workshop Facilitators
Crystal Dawn Morris is a Certified SkyDancing Tantra Teacher and intimacy coach. She has worked in women’s health as a RN, NP and Certified Nurse- Midwife since the 1980’s.Her mission is to be a catalyst for global transformation- to create a world based on love, respect and compassion for all beings. She is dedicated to guiding people to live a more conscious, connected and juicy life that celebrates love and freedom. Crystal teaches internationally. Contact info: crystalsedona@gmail.com 928-862-0762 www.TantraforAwakening.com

Cheryl Good, Masters of Arts in Teaching, Certified Advanced Energy Healer, is passionate about creating dynamic environments for transformation. She weaves her experiences as an educator, professional flutist and Tantric energy healer, into her sessions and workshops, allowing her participants to dive deeply inward. Greater spiritual, sexual and emotional freedom is the result. She is the co-founder of Love and Sex Mastery and S.T.I.R. -Sedona Transformational Intensive Retreat.
Her website is www.loveandsexmastery.com

Awaken the Goddess Within, Asheville, NC

Friday Evening Ritual 6:30-9pm $10-20

Saturday, February 25, 2012 10 am-6 pm

 

  • Meet Your Inner Goddess
  • Expand Your Capacity for Ecstasy
  • Transform Your Shadow into an Ally
  • Allow More Love and Abundance to Flow

This is a special day for women to explore the goddess within and celebrate the gifts of the Divine Feminine. It is an opportunity to sit in a circle as sisters to heal, transform and reclaim our power. Come and deepen your capacity for authenticity and self-love.

Cost $100-125.

Facilitated by Crystal Dawn Morris, Certified SkyDancing Tantra Teacher. Her upcoming book, Awakening the Goddess Within: How to be a Juicy Woman in 30 Days or Less, gives women tools for reclaiming their passion, creativity and connection to the Goddess.

Love, Heartbreak and Cancer

About my Mother, Freda Morris Belden,

At the moment I am immersed in caring for my mother. She is dying of primary brain cancer. I took her to the ER in May for confusion and lethargy and she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. She had surgery a few days later and we learned it was a very aggressive form of cancer. She was discharge from the hospital to my house and I have been caring for her ever since.

My mother improved after surgery. She made the choice to not to have radiation or chemo. Treatment would only give her a few months and would have a negative effect on her quality of life. She declared she had lived a good life and wanted to die consciously. She has been interested in Consciousness since the 1960’s.

I introduced her to the Buddhist practice of Phowa , which I was initiated into in May 2006. It is the practice of learning how to live and die consciously. Phowa was created by the Amitabha Buddha. The Buddhist Stupa near my house is dedicated to the Amitabha Buddha and I have developed a deep connection to him since moving to Sedona. I t makes sense now that part of my reason for moving here was to prepare myself for helping my mother cross over.

Almost immediately after getting out of the hospital, my mother began saying her goodbyes to her friends and family. She meditated twice daily. She had a couple of presentations she wanted to do for the local Ken Wilber group she was in. She arranged to do the presentations and they were well received. She kept a journal and considered writing her third book.

In July, about a month after her surgery, I took my to Washington state to visit her oldest-best friend. She spent a week with her. I then took her on a trip around the Olympic Peninsula. We had a great time. She was able to enjoy the sights and even hike a bit. She said it was the first time she took a trip just for fun. The last vacation I had taken with her was more than 40 years ago. I am so grateful I took the time to be with her while she still was relatively healthy.

After we returned to Sedona my sons came to visit. My younger son, Josh was the last person on her list of people she needed to tell goodbye. Eli, my older son, had come to see her with his family shortly after she came home from the hospital. Within days, after they left that she began a gradual decline. In August, my brother and his wife came to visit and care for Mom. I took the opportunity to go back east for 2 weeks to visit my grandson, Zev, in Atlanta and attend a conference in North Carolina. During the time I was gone, I realized how much of my energy was being used to support my mother’s process. It was good for me to have some time on my own.

While I was away, she had a drastic decline, becoming more confused and unable to get out of bed on her own. Since my return August 16th she continues to slip away. She is now bedridden and incontinent. She converses very little but responds occasionally. The good news is she is without pain and is mostly at peace. She likes to listen to relaxing music and talks by Adyashanti, Gangaji and Ekhart Tolle.

This experience has been incredibly humbling for me. It is much harder than I imagined it would be. Watching my mother slowly pass into the formless realm is at times heart breaking. What I know as her, is dissolving a little bit each day. Still, her body still eats, sleeps and breathes. Love and sadness dance in my heart as I sit by her bed and send her blessings.

A FREE Day of Shamanic Breathwork™in Sedona, Sept.16

BREATHE AMERICA ~ BREATHE SEDONA
September 16, 9:45 AM to 6:00 PM
Sedona Creative Life Center, Great Room

333 Schnebly Hill Road, Sedona, AZ 86336


“ Please join me, Star Wolf, Brad Collins and a host of other Shamanic Breathwork practitioners at   this event in Sedona. I have been a shamanic practitioner since 1995 and the first time I experienced Shamanic Breathwork™, I was blown away by the power of this process to support deep transformation. I believe events like this can help people heal themselves and the world.”
Shamanic Breathwork™ is a process that takes you on a transformative journey through the chakras, using trance music and the natural power of the breath to:

  • Deepen your Spiritual Connection
  • Awaken your Passion
  • Unleash your Life-Force Energy
  • Reclaim your WISDOM
  • Clarify your Sacred Purpose

Space is LIMITED.  You MUST pre-register to attend and commit to attending the full-day.

To Register: email breathesedona@gmail.com or call 602-625-0082
Bring: a comforter or blanket, pillow, lunch, snack and a bottle of water.
Donations to cover costs are appreciated. An event like this usually costs $120.

Stop what you’re doing and Breathe, America!

The Power of Shamanic Breathwork

The 3 Keys of SkyDancing Tantra are breath, sound and movement and all are incorporated in the Shamanic Breathwork process. Breathwork is a powerful tool for healing and transformation. Over the years I have experienced may different forms of breathwork; from Lamaze breathing, when I had my kids, to body-centered therapy, and Osho’s active breath meditations, so I wasn’t expecting Shamanic Breathwork to be that that different from other things I had done before.

I was first introduced to Shamanic Breathwork by Linda Star Wolf and Brad Collins in Sedona, May of 2010. Since I was already familiar with breathwork and shamanism I mainly attended their event to meet them and show my support for their work. I was blown-away by my first Shamanic Breathwork journey. The combination of the music, circular breathing, shamanic healing and sacred art was profound. I recognized that this was something I wanted to become proficient at and share with others. Since then I have experienced the process 12 times. Each time has been powerful and unique. Over the past 9 months I have experienced many benefits from this work. It has unlocked and cleared old patterns and enhanced my ability to live in flow and trust Source.

Learn more about the upcoming trainings:

https://shamanicbreathwork.org/training/breathworkcertification/SBWsedona.php

Here are a few testimonials from others:

I have found the Shamanic Breathwork Process to be incredible for me at a personal level. It has helped to open doors that I didn’t even know I had. It has also been a remarkable tool to use in my workshops for health professionals.

– Lee Lipsenthal, MD, ABHM

CEO, Finding Balance in a Medical Life

As holistic physicians, my husband and I are familiar with many different modalities and have seen the value in looking “outside the box” of traditional Western medical techniques. Shamanic Breathwork is one of the most powerful healing modalities we have seen. It gets to the heart of the physical, emotional or spiritual problem in order for shifts to occur very rapidly. In addition, it taps into the person’s core strengths and honors the deep wisdom within us all, since true healing inevitably starts from within.

– Molly Roberts, MD, MS

Physician

Synchronicity Center & Canyon Ranch Health Resort

Tucson, Arizona

I confess that I approached the technique of breathwork with some skepticism as to its value, having tried so many experiences that failed to make a meaningful difference in my life. Well, all it took was a one day introductory Shamanic Breathwork session for me to know that this unique combination of altered state experiencing of guided, theme based teachings was an extremely effective method of processing core level issues, issues that can be huge stumbling blocks to our spiritual progress.

I am truly thankful for the blessing this program has been for me, and would highly recommend it to anyone dedicated to their spiritual journey. Nothing I have experienced previously has been more beneficial. It has made a believer out of me in the work being done here, and I intend to support it in any way that I can.

– Buzz Gibbs

Businessman and Entrepreneur

Gainesville, GA

Awakening the Inner Goddess in Ventura, CA

Reclaiming the Power, Passion and Sensuality of the Divine Feminine
Sunday March 13, 2011 10am-6:00pm
Ventura Nia Center, 2343 East Thompson Blvd

* Breathwork, Dance and Nia Movement
* Activating Shakti and Creative Energy
* Transforming the Shadow into an Ally
* Loving Our Sexuality
* Celebrating the Goddess Within

Join us as we ignite our passion, celebrate our juiciness and speak our truth. Connecting to “Shakti,” the life-force energy, we will expand our capacity for Bliss. Through breath, sound and movement we honor the body as a sacred temple of love and aliveness.Open to Women of all ages. Bring a water bottle and sarong. Wear beautiful clothes that are easy to move in and make you feel like a Goddess.

Cost $100   To Register Contact: Kate Nash 805.766. 6755

This workshop will be facilitated by Crystal Dawn Morris, Certified SkyDancing Tantra Teacher and founder of Tantra for Awakening in Sedona, AZ and Kate Nash, Nia Instructor and owner of the Ventura Nia Center. They will weave together Tantra and Nia, creating a vibrant energetic tapestry for you to explore and celebrate ecstasy.

www.VenturaNiaCenter.com

Shamanism for Couples in Sedona, Arizona

New for 2011!
Saturday & Sunday February 19-20, 2011

Location: Crystal Enlightenment on the Creek (across from Tlaquepaque),
Saturday 9:30 am to 1:00 pm- 7:00 to 9:30 pm
Sunday 9:30 am to 12:30 pm – 2:00 to 5:00 pm

This workshop is for couples who are interested having greater intimacy, compassion and mutual appreciation in their relationship. Learn tools for clearing past issues and navigating the present and future in healthy ways. No previous experience required.

Together explore:
• Shamanic journey work for couples.
• Conscious communication for trust and intimacy.
• Reclaiming projections that create separation.
• Clearing, owning & integrating the shadow self.
• Journeying to meet your relationship’s future.
• How to create the relationship you desire Now!

Total tuition is $480.00 per couple. A $120.00 non-refundable deposit reserves your space. The unpaid balance is due one week prior to class.
Register: Phone Lisa at 928-204-1216,
or email laurelle at infinitelight dot com or or Pay online with Pay Pal

Crystal Dawn Morris has been a shamanic practitioner since 1995. She trained with the Foundation for Shamanic Studies and with numerous indigenous teachers. She is also an intimacy coach and the founder of Tantra for Awakening. Contact: 928-282-5483 Crystal@TantraforAwakening.com or www.TantraforAwakening.org .

John Livingston, M.A., is a trained therapist and shamanic healer and teacher with advanced training from core and indigenous shamans since the mid-1990s. His MA degree is in psychological counseling from Chapman University. John lives in Sedona, Arizona. Contact: 928-203-4096 or www.john-livingston.com.

Ken Wilber on the Shadow

A couple of weeks ago I started studying Ken Wilber’s Integral Spirituality.I have been getting up in the morning, reading it and meditating. I am enjoying the process of assimilating the information. Chapter 6 is called the Shadow and the Disowned Self. I am very interested in healing the Shadow. I found this chapter very enlightening.

If you haven’t read any Ken Wiber I recommend reading Introducing Ken Wilber: Concepts for an Evolving World By Lew Howard as a great introduction to his work.

I highly recommend reading Integral Spirituality if you want to have a deeper understanding of the integral approach to spirituality. You may want to check and see if your library has a copy.

I also join an Integral study group here in Sedona.

Tantra Tip of the Day- Transforming the Shadow into an Ally

The Shadow is the disowned parts of our selves. They may be gods, fears or demons, things we worship or things we fear. When we are able to transform our shadow into an ally we can access a vast amount of energy that can then be used in positive ways in our lives.

I have been fascinated by the power of reclaiming the shadow for many years. Shortly after 9/11/2000, I spent several months working both personally and globally healing the shadow that was being projected in the media as an, us and a them. This work changed my life, teaching me tolerance, compassion and self-acceptance.

I recently discovered a great book that shares a healing method that has many of the qualities I discovered as I was doing this work. I was surprised to learn that it is based on an ancient Buddhist practice called Chod. The book is called Feeding Your Demons by Tsultrim Allione. She has taken the essence of the Chod practice and simplified it for our modern secular culture. She has developed a simple 5 step process that allows you to explore a god or demon, as she calls them, by communicate with it, embodying it and feeding it what it needs to be healed and transformed. I highly recommend this book. Sounds True has an audio version called Cutting Through Fear, in which she explains the process and also guides you through it.

Here is an article about the practice. https://www.tricycle.com/-practice/feeding-your-demons
Here is the link to the CD. https://www.amazon.com/Cutting-Through-Fear-Tsultrim-Allione/dp/159179403X
Here is the link to the book. https://www.amazon.com/Feeding-Your-Demons-Resolving-Conflict/dp/0316013137/ref=pd_bxgy_b_img_b