Posted by admin on July 22, 2010 at 2:32 pm
Episode 20 – Reclaiming Your Self ~ 10/07/22 ~ Sexual, Sensual and Spiritual Beings
Far too many of us have been molded, shaped and fired in the kiln of the expectations of social conditioning for more years than we care to remember. When we look back, we weren’t invited to define ourselves – we were indoctrinated into perceiving ourselves a certain way, depending on the ‘flavor of the moment’ in our social context.
This is your invitation to stop… take a breath… discover what’s true for you… and explore with other women of courage, humor and compassion to find out what really matters to you!
Join Louise in conversation with several guests as they explore what brings meaning into their lives as women, as expressions of intimacy with others, and as creators of their own destinies!
For those enlivened by this conversation, contact Louise to enquire about the next Emerging Futures retreat Sexual, Sensual and Spiritual Beings ; click here for details.
You can subscribe to the podcast Reclaiming Your Self with Louise LeBrun using iTunes, or Google’s Feedburner, or by Email. You can also listen live every Thursdays at 7 am Pacific time (10 am Eastern) – in Seattle, WA on 106.9 FM HD Channel 3, Telstar Satellite Network, UpSnap Mobile Entertainment or via iTunes
The new, 10-CD set on the Sexual, Sensual and Spiritual Beings experience is now available! Facilitated by Louise LeBrun, this conversation offers a new context within which to reconsider ourselves – and each other – as sexual, sensual and spiritual beings; and repositions the impact of the sexualization of women and children in our world.
The recent four-day retreat that was the crucible for the exploration on this topic was a blockbuster! Now, you can access this provocative, edgy and paradigm-shifting conversation in the privacy of your own mind. Visit the online Store; order your set today
“You all know that I have been in some pretty amazing conversations in my lifetime and this one is, I believe, the most compelling and significant of them all! ” (Louise LeBrun)
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