Sun, Apr 07|
Women's Sensual Satsang | Open Circle Center (April 7, 2024)
Time & Location
Apr 07, 2024, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT
About the Event
This is an Open Circle Center event.
Please register via their website by clicking HERE.
If traditional non-dual Satsang is about waking up out of our bodies to our true transcendent nature “to know we are not this thought, not this feeling etc.”, then Sensual Satsang is about ‘incending’ back into the body, into the senses, – or more accurately – the body ‘incending’ back into our spacious, silent nature until body and silence melt together as one.
During this Women’s Sensual Satsang, we first anchor ourselves as silence and then through guided practice, we awaken our senses. Along the way, we may bump into parts of ourselves that are disconnected and numb. With tenderness and patience – going only as fast as the slowest part – we invite these parts and the rest of the body to melt into the vast silence, until there is no gap between the two, no divide.
Silence & Sensuality are very close to my heart. Hope to see you in Sensual Satsang!
About Marlies: Marlies Myoku Cocheret brings a potent invitation into the deep silence that we are. She gathers women together to celebrate their sovereignty and the sensual, silent essence within their bodies. She’s been leading women on journeys of intimate connection with themselves and the feminine Divine for 25+ years and has been offering satsang and retreat since 2000 when Adyashanti asked her to teach. She lives in Tennessee and works internationally as a spiritual teacher, psychologist, Hakomi therapist, and tantric educator.
“Marlies is a master at offering practices that help us embody and connect to ourselves. I felt seen and met by her. Her work is deeply still and yet so enlivening. What a gift!” ~ B.E.
To register, please click HERE.
To read more about Marlies' Way of Woman events, please click HERE.
Special Note from Marlies:
'For my women events, I work best with cisgender women. Working with transgender women is outside my area of expertise. I have a colleague who is well experienced in this field that I am happy to refer transgender women to.' - Marlies