Free Intro to Eros Work Evenings:
Bringing our Sexuality out of Shadow
July 25thAugust 5th
Giles Carwyn and Bridget Benton Carwyn
Are you Curious about sexuality?
So are we!
Ever wonder why trailblazers like Virginia E. Johnson, Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud were so intensely curious about sex? They saw it as being intimately tied to our sense of self and our place in the world.
We want to know everything there is to know about sexuality. We want to discover who we are as sexual beings, what we want, what we don’t want, what inspires us, what holds us back, how did we get this way and what is possible for us in the future. We want to get clear on the patterns of our sexuality that are unconsciously impacting what we do, say and achieve in the world.
We want deep conversations with others, sharing who we are and learning the same about them. We want to make lasting connections with like-minded people that help us collectively embrace all of who we are as sensual, sexual, loving human beings with clean boundaries and mutual respect. We want to celebrate each other, support each other, and challenge each other to step into the fullness of our sexuality.
And we are looking for others that want the same thing.
The Intro to Eros Work evening is an opportunity to get a taste of what Eros Work is all about.
Over the course of the evening we will:
- Co-create a set of agreements that will help create a strong, safe, non-shaming environment for us to share
- Share who we are and the joyful and painful ways that sexuality has show up in our lives
- Explain what Eros Work is and how it works
- Support each other in an series of experiential exercise designed to acknowledge fears, lift shame and inspire compassion for ourselves and others
- Learn more about the Eros Work online Discovery Course and the upcoming Eros Work weekend in Asheville on July 11-14.
- Perhaps best of all–co-create an experience that leaves us with a sweet sense of intimate connection, loving community, hope and trust in one’s self and other people
- And it’s a whole lot of fun.
Please consider joining us for this unique opportunity.
Everyone is welcome.
Giles is a Certified Shadow Work® Coach and Facilitator who specializes in men’s sexuality. He is also a novelist, screenwriter, father, and leader in the Asheville, NC ManKind Project. He is the co-creator of the Men’s Sexual Shadow Transformation Weekend with Shadow Work® founder Cliff Barry.
Shadow Work has been, by far, the most effective tool he has discovered for understanding and letting go of the things that no longer serve us and envisioning, embracing, and integrating new ways of being that are more joyful, effortless, and empowering.
Bridget is a Certified Shadow Work® Facilitator, Creativity Coach, and Certified FourSight® Facilitator. She is also an artist and the award-winning author of the creativity workshop-in-a-book The Creative Conversation: ArtMaking as Playful Prayer. Bridget has been guiding people through transformational creative experiences since 2003. She views sexuality, spirituality, and creativity all as expressions of our human desire to connect and make meaning. Her passion is creating spaces where people can find their authentic voice and change the stories that hold them back. Bridget also brings a lifetime of experience as a bisexual woman, body positivity activist, and kink-positive feminist. 503-913-4558.
412 Hazel Mill Rd.
Asheville, NC 28806
You can park behind the camera repair shop on the corner of Louisiana and Hazel Mill, two houses east of the event.