A Conversation about Sexuality, Ethics, and Psychedelics
Jan
24
7:00 PM19:00

A Conversation about Sexuality, Ethics, and Psychedelics

An Event Hosted by Tam Integration:

Join Arielle Brown for a conversation about the intersection between psychedelics and sexuality. She'll offer insight into the psychology of intimacy and the longing for increasingly deep and meaningful connections. We’ll talk about what arises when we begin to own and take responsibility for aspects of ourselves that often stay hidden in the shadows of our psyche.

Many of us are seeking modalities for accessing deeper levels of consciousness within ourselves. As we move forward on our paths of awakening, we naturally feel the pull to find like-minded people to travel with. We seek out teachers and communities who can not only guide us, but can also become part of the greater sandbox in which we play.

These communities, like all communities, are not perfect. Power gets misused, boundaries get crossed, and people get hurt. Even when people act with intention and care, mistakes can be made. 

As we gain increasing levels of mastery with our own power and energy, we realize that consent and boundaries penetrate deeper than just the verbal and physical level. How we engage with people on subtle, energetic levels, can cause just as much, if not more, harm than more obvious actions.

Two areas we can see this important awareness arising is in the field of conscious sexuality, and in the field of psychedelics. 

Psychedelic communities across the globe all have their own stories of sexual misconduct, of people being manipulated and violated by shamans, teachers, mentors, people that were supposed to be trustworthy. More and more, we are realizing that simply because someone has had an ‘enlightening’ experience, does not mean they possess empathy, or even good moral character. We’re called to find a deeper inner with Self, to trust our own boundaries, and our own intuition. 

Some of our questions are:

What are the ethics around teachers and students at different stages in their psychedelic and sexual evolution engaging in sexual intimacy with each other?

What responsibility is held on the part of a teacher teaching these forms of consciousness work?

What underlying power dynamics between men and women that need to be addressed in order to create genuine connection in these communities?

Arielle Brown is a coach and facilitator with a focus on embodied intelligence and transparent communication skills. She helps people to connect with their authentic desires and boundaries so they can build relationships and realities that support their vision, that foster their self-actualization. She offers comprehensive experiential learning through immersive private coaching, online courses, and workshops focused on intimacy and emergent leadership. Learn more at www.ariellebrown.com.

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The Art of Flirting: The Collaborative Dance of Pleasurable Connection
Feb
1
7:00 PM19:00

The Art of Flirting: The Collaborative Dance of Pleasurable Connection

Welcome Sexy...oh wait, am I already flirting with you? 😘

Your delectable hosts Arielle Brown and Heart Ninja Em invite you to The Art of Flirting: The Collaborative Dance of Pleasurable Connection

This Workshop is for you if you desire to:

* Unleash your hidden desires for how you want to turn on and be turned on.
* Release intimacy blocks that get in the way of the connection you want.
* Discover to flirt in ways that feel playful and authentic to you.
* Push your edges and expand your capacity to give and receive.

Register Here: http://bit.ly/artofflirting

Singles, Couples, and Complex Constellations welcome

All Inclusive Event: All Genders, Sexual Preferences, Love Styles, LGBTQI Friendly, Sex Positive. High Value for Respecting Boundaries and Creating Consent Culture.

Bring your playful heart and open mind.
It's gonna be sizzlin.

Register here: http://bit.ly/artofflirting

Your Facilitators:

Arielle Brown is a coach and facilitator with a focus on embodied intelligence and transparent communication skills. She help people to connect with their authentic desires and boundaries so they can build relationships and realities that support their vision, that foster their self-actualization. She offers comprehensive experiential learning through immersive private coaching, online courses, and in-person workshops focused on evolved relating practices, the energetics of intimacy, and emergent leadership. Arielle’s credentials include: B.A. in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Washington College. Certified as Eating Psychology Coach from The Institute for the Psychology of Eating. Certified as Orgasmic Meditation Coach from One Taste. Certified in Transformational Leadership from the Sacred Future School for the Transformation of Consciousness and Culture. Graduate from The School of Mystic Arts.

Emily Orum is a pioneer and expert of evolutionary relating, intimacy, love, and personal empowerment. She is a Sex Positive LGBTQI Advocate that embraces a world of radical acceptance, inclusion, harmony, belonging and celebration within each other’s differences. She aims to empower each individual to design and create their own unique love style to get the relationship(s), sex, and intimacy they want. Her Heart Ninja tool belt is extensive embodying the tools of emotional and somatic intelligence, codependence recovery, and over 15 years of therapeutic practices. She has achieved numerous certifications, and a range of skills and gifts as a Bodyworker, Sound Healer, Singer and Visionary Craniosacral Practitioner. She is the co-founder of the Love Coach Academy where she mentors other coaches. Emily is passionate about coaching her clients to embrace all aspects of their humanness and to integrate it into their divine nature! She is known for her uplifting and inspirational coaching style of honesty, vulnerability, authenticity, and joyfulness! Emily Orum flies free to lead others to the light of healing and transformation so they can shine in their liberated truth and love as they were destined to.

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The Art of Jealousy: A Workshop for Women Reclaiming Connection
Feb
23
11:00 AM11:00

The Art of Jealousy: A Workshop for Women Reclaiming Connection

Welcome to The Art of Jealousy: A Workshop for Women Reclaiming Connection.

This is a workshop for women who are ready to face the ultimate white elephant in the room--Jealousy.

This is a workshop for women who see how their avoidance of jealousy inhibits their ability to be fully present, confident, and authentic in their relationships.

This is a workshop for women who are ready to explore their own experience of jealousy, so they can transform it into more connection, pleasure, and turn-on in their relationships then they ever thought possible.

Is this you? Thank you for being here. Please keep reading.

We exist in a culture that has conditioned women to see each other as the enemy. So much emphasis has been placed on winning the approval of men, that we will often see our sisters as competition, outwardly or passive-aggresively throwing each other under the bus in order to achieve our desired goal--being “chosen”.  

What if there was a way that our sisters could become allies in helping us to receive *everything* we could possibly want in our lives--from sex, to intimacy, to prosperity? What if there actually is more than enough men, pleasure and fulfillment to go around?

And what if being honest about our jealousy, rather than avoidant or deceptive about it, actually holds the key to EVERYTHING we desire?

That’s what this workshop is all about.

Through a combination of partnered exercises, dynamic group sharing, and experiential learning, you’ll learn practices for transforming toxic forms of jealousy into empowered connection that helps us cultivate more of what we TRULY want in our lives and relationships.

Some of the questions we will explore in the workshop include:

What is jealousy? And why are so many of us terrified of feeling it, let alone acknowledging that it exists? How can we utilize the powerful energy of jealousy to create deeper trust, safety, and connection than we ever thought possible in our relationships?

A personal share to give you context for this workshop:

I spent most of my life terrified of women. I was afraid that if I was “too attractive”, “too confident”, “too powerful”, “too desirable”, that I would either be overtly attacked or passively aggressed by women in ways that were deeply painful to my heart.

So rather than being EVERYTHING I knew I was capable of being, instead I would hide, I would play small, because it was safer to be “less than” that to risk being shamed or rejected those who I desired to feel most safe with--women.

About 6 years ago, I decided it was time to heal my relationship with men, with sexuality, and with my self-expression. In-so-doing, I realized that the only way for me to feel safety and freedom in those places was to heal my relationship with women, so that I could heal my relationship with myself.

As much as we would like to think we can do this alone, I find, without fail, that this healing work needs to be done in connection and in community. Much of what keeps us trapped in fear, insecurity and suffering is the belief that we are unique in our struggle, and that others would find us unloveable in this place.

This workshop is designed to blast that false belief open into the deeper truth that there is enough for all of us, and we are deeply loveable, exactly as we are.


WORKSHOP DETAILS:

When: Saturday, February 23rd from 11:00am-5:00pm

(There will be a lunch break at the halfway point of the workshop).

Where: Fairfax, CA (exact location details given upon registration)

Prior registration and payment and required for this workshop. To register, an interview is required with Arielle to ensure this is a resonant fit for you.

On this call, you will also be able to clarify your desires and intentions for they workshop, as they will be woven into the content and curriculum. To register or learn more about this event, email Arielle at arielle@ariellebrown.com.

Cost: $175 per person, or sign up together with a sister and participate for $300.

Open to 14 people in female-identified bodies.

Healthy snacks and refreshments will be provided for your nourishment.

To register or learn more, schedule a conversation here with Arielle to explore if this workshop is a fit for you. Or you can email her at arielle@ariellebrown.com with questions. Upon registration, you will be sent location and other relevant details for the workshop.

Engage in conversation around this workshop on the Facebook Event Page.


ABOUT THE FACILITATOR:

Arielle Brown is an intimacy coach, writer, and facilitator with a focus on embodied intelligence and transparent communication skills. Her coaching work with individuals and couples to connect with their authentic desires and boundaries, so they can build relationships that foster their growth and self-actualization. She offers comprehensive experiential learning through online courses, workshops, and experiences, focused on creating alignment in our relationships, sexuality, and self-expression. You can learn more about her work at www.ariellebrown.com.

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Essential Intimacy: An Evening of Authentic Connection Games
Jan
18
7:30 PM19:30

Essential Intimacy: An Evening of Authentic Connection Games

Imagine what life would be like if you feel clear, confident, willing, and able to be 100% YOU in all of your personal relationships.

Many of us walk around feeling like we need to hide who we truly are in our relationship, yet many of us are also hungry for deeper level of intimacy and fulfillment in our connections, that we're not quite sure how to access.

Essential Intimacy is a structured, safe, playful gathering designed to help you pierce beneath more surface level "how's the weather" conversations, and instead share in a community about deeper truths, desires, and feelings that truly bring us to life.

Join us for an evening of authentic connection games that invite you to play with a group of open-minded individuals as you open and share the REAL YOU.

Each game is designed to invite you dive or tip toe into intimacy at whatever pace feels good to you, knowing that you are held by a group of people all desiring to experience more connection and fulfillment in their relationships.

Structure of the Evening:

7:30-7:45pm - Arrive, Settle & Connect

7:45-9:15pm - Essential Intimacy Games

9:15pm-9:30pm - Close the Circle & Connect

You are welcome to show up as you are, in your beauty, in your mess, in your intense emotions, knowing that all of YOU is invited to the experience.

Once we start living from this place of total permission for who we are, all of our relationships transform in ways we couldn't have before imagined.

You'll leave the evening with tools and practices to create deeper levels of intimacy in all of your relationships, along with a bunch of new connections with people who value authenticity.

Important: Arrive on time. We begin at 7:45pm and don't allow late entry in order to preserve the intimacy of the group.

Cost is $20 to attend. Cash only, please.

About the Facilitator:

Arielle Brown is an intimacy coach, writer, and facilitator with a focus on embodied intelligence and transparent communication skills. Her coaching work with individuals and couples to connect with their authentic desires and boundaries, so they can build relationships that foster their growth and self-actualization. She also offers comprehensive experiential learning through online courses and workshops, focused on creating deeper alignment in our relationships, sexuality, and self-expression. You can learn more about her work at www.ariellebrown.com.

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