Red Tent Genoa “Manifesting in sexuality” – December 17, 2019

Female 360° cycle, motherhood, fertility, menopause, Group Pathways

When we talk about sexuality we immediately conjure up a distorted imagination, a sea of fear and denial, unheard desires, roles to play, stereotypes to escape from.

What about, for us women, our sexuality?

What about our ability to manifest ourselves freely and fully even through sexuality?

Because sexuality is also this: a channel of communication with ourselves, with each other, to manifest ourselves in all our nuances.

How many of us have experienced our own expressive potential through sexuality, how many of us allow ourselves to fully manifest ourselves in this sphere with all our facets, contradictions, impulses and modesty?

Why? What has happened in your relationship with sexuality from when you discovered it to today? What beliefs, habits, roles have you played and how much do you wish you could go beyond all of that today?

These are some of the starting points from which we will travel together into the world of sexuality of each of us to give us back the opportunity to talk about it (first and foremost), to bring attention to it, to fearlessly explore with each other’s help the most unknown aspects of the woman we are today.

See you on December 17, 6:30 pm at Le Maree Center – we will have aperitif together and if you like wear something red

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Written By Alexandra Francesca D'Alessandro

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