Special Evening: Living & Loving

Tuesday August 14, 2012 – Tuesday August 14, 2012

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At Playing Ground we’re committed to living big, fun, delicious lives.  But we understand that to live this way is a practice – one that is often overlooked!

In our busy, hectic New York lives, we tend to be all about what we do rather than who we are.  We are prolific doers.  From the moment we step out of bed until we collapse back into it again – we’re constantly doing.  In our Western culture, we’re actually rewarded in every material way for our productivity and little encouragement is given to explore the deeper still place of what we are.

But you’re in luck, because the guest teachers at our August monthly event, Mary Campbell and Kimio Wheaton, have been training in the practice of being vs. doing for most of their lives.  How lucky are we!

Together, we’ll play for a bit with who we are — the masculine and feminine energies that propel our doing and being. And we’ll relax into the loving space of what we are.  The who vs. what we are is an important distinction we will explore through the evening.

We’ll share the secrets to remembering the essential nature of what we are beyond our gender or personality. We’ll  begin to access living our truth because it’s when we’re not living our truth that we can feel cranky, disappointed and unfulfilled.   We’ll introduce practices to permeate that place of disappointment with contentment and compassion. And who doesn’t want that!

 You’ll leave with:

- the skills to living a juicy, sensual, turned on life as a busy person

- organic options for creating balance in the moment

- skills to balance masculine and feminine energies within

- greater compassion for yourself and others

Come play with us Tuesday, August 14th!  Can’t wait to see your busy, smiling self at our temple!

Pre-Registration is required.

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