Date – Sunday, February 10th and 24th
Time – 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET / 6:00pm UK / 7:00pm CET
Language(s) – English
Location – Online Zoom
Length – 60-75 min
Payment – Sliding scale what you can afford: $10- $25 per gathering. To sign up please send PayPal to [email protected], subject line “Gathering” along with your email address so I can send you a link. No one turned away due to insufficient funds. Free with the upcoming Deepening Course, Discovering the Embodiment of Love. Email me for details.
Group Size – Minimum required 4. Maximum is 15 people.
Contact – Lisa Meuser: [email protected]
It is only a safe human being who can humbly know one’s true nature.
In this way, we can be in the world whilst being of Love.
Belonging, community, connection and a healthy nervous system are crucial for our wellbeing. We gather to become more intimate with, and more available for, our life.
For those who would like support in their journey, here’s an affordable option.
Safety is important. Our bodies, our spirits, and our psyches function with more well-being when safety is known from within.
We live in a culture that often disempowers and creates stress – and doesn’t teach us how to feel safe from within. Our culture teaches us to find safety in people, places, and in superficial doings and things. But it doesn’t teach us sustainable, empowering safety from the inside out.
Without this knowing, we often don’t know how to cope with being in an overwhelming world, or how to recover from traumatic experiences. We have forgotten that safety is possible, or maybe we’ve never known safety. Many of us have developed post-traumatic stress as a result.
We can learn. We can learn to slowly and gently know that safety is here. We can safely get to know safety.
We come together to find safety in our experiences, to discover that we are safe – even when we have trauma or loud core stories.
In this group we honor our experiences and we learn how that we don’t have to pretend or hide – or run. We gather to intimately connect and explore the nature of being human. We gather in a safe container, where we are allowed to be exactly who we are, exactly as we are.
Through slow, simple experiential practices, we realize profound safety is here in our actual experience, in ways we hadn’t been able to see.
All are welcome here regardless of political affiliation, sexual orientation, race, gender or background. You are important, and appreciated, whoever you are.
From past participants:
It is quite breathtaking to experience you working with a group; watching and listening to your communion with who-they-really-are. You have a gift, Lisa.
You represent what Adyashanti talks about: “A safe place for the world to come and rest.” You are that safe, benign presence in the world.
I have listened to the recording many times since our gathering. It continues to support me.
Gatherings focus on practical and experiential exercises that are specifically designed for the development of self-awareness, self-love, safety and a healthy nervous system. I always facilitate a guided rest. There will be time for questions and optional sharing amongst group members. Sometimes I engage in a 1:1 facilitation while everyone else follows along silently. Other times I share ways to assist with self-inquiry, or ways to heal the nervous system. Participation is always optional.
Please contact me with questions: [email protected]
You can come to one, or come to many, or come to all! We will meet for 60-75 minutes on zoom. Each call will be recorded, and yours to keep.
Events are shown in Pacific Time (PT). Check the details for other time zones such as Eastern Time (ET), GMT (UK time) , Central European Time (CET) or go to http://www.worldtimebuddy.com/ or https://www.timeanddate.com/ to check out the equivalent time for your own location.
Zoom is an online video conferencing platform like Skype. To join the meeting click the link supplied by your host. You can also download the free Zoom app here https://zoom.us/download. It’s a good idea to test the Zoom link on your device by clicking through it sometime before you attend your first Zoom meeting. (If another meeting is in progress that Zoom “room” will be locked.)