Healing Of Love: Sex, Partnership And The Village

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Healing Of Love: Sex, Partnership And The Village
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Facilitated by new paradigm filmmaker Ian MacKenzie (Occupy Love, Sacred Economics) this experiential workshop explores the foundations of a new culture of love. With lecture, integrative practices, and Q&A, this will be a provocative afternoon.

This popular offering has been featured at festivals like Rainbow Serpent (AU), Earth Frequency (AU), Luminosity (USA) and Envision (CR), and in cities from Vancouver to Byron Bay.

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Many are beginning to question the current story of love: the belief that we must find "THE ONE": a partner who will grant our happiness and fulfill all our needs. Others are experimenting with various models of open relationship and alternative forms - some finding joy but also much heartache.

The truth is that we all carry deep wounds of trauma in love, some more explicit than others. And until we are ready to collectively face these wounds, in the container of community - we will never build a resilient culture for the future.

Whatever your relationship form, monogamy, polyamory or beyond, the role of community is integral to any healthy partnership – how might we cultivate communities of trust to support the freedom to love without fear?

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Ian MacKenzie has been called "The Indiana Jones of the new story." Based in Vancouver, Canada, he has produced a number of shorts that amplify the emerging culture story of inter-dependence: from 'Occupy Love' to 'Sacred Economics.'

In May 2015, Ian MacKenzie visited Tamera peace village in Portugal to shoot "Healing of Love" a new short film that explores 40 years of research in love, eros and the village. What information and practices can support our transition into this new story?

Learn more about the film and watch the trailer here
http://healingoflove.com/

We look forward to seeing you there!
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By: Ian MacKenzie