Sun, Oct 20|
Join us for a one-day (10:15 am to 5 pm) celebration of honouring love and connection in a clothing optional environment (click Sign Up for more info). We practice the same Gathering safety principles as we celebrate body worthiness. Vegan lunch provided. No cost. Gifting welcome.
Time & Location
Oct 20, 2019, 10:15 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sankta Amo, Duncan, BC, Canada
About The Event
In our regular Being Held Gatherings we practice what we call the "Four Pillars of Safety" in order to keep ourselves and others safe-enough to receive touch and allow this neurological experience of being lovable. And we do this with each other through various ways of interacting and co-creating safe experiences.
Being Held Raw gatherings, which we do on a periodic basis using the same principles, give those who want to do so a chance to get their amazing sensory cells more deeply involved in the messaging of love to their neurology.
They are clothing optional, with the emphasis on optional, because we are only encouraging people to involve as much bare skin as they feel comfortable with in the moment. For simplicity and safety we ask those who participate to avoid sexual anatomy touching (we discuss this with those present).
We find the shedding of clothes encourages two dynamics. One, more skin is involved in the touching, which involves more sensory cells, which increases the "volume" of the loving messages informing our neurology. And two, shedding clothes provides us with the opportunity to experience deeper “body” worthiness.