Pleasure Principles

Sarah: Tonight’s practice takes inspiration from the “pleasure activism” movement, exploring the benefits of attuning to what feels good and opening ourselves to pleasure in mind, body and soul. We’ll focus on our inner sensations, leaning into what’s pleasant, and see what ensues!

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The Pleasure of Prana

Steph: Take a moment to pause – take a full breath in, and a full breath out. How do you feel? Tonight we will explore the simplest of all pleasures, the breath. But just because something is simple, doesn’t mean it’s easy. The breath for some is home in their meditation practice and for others it … Continued

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Feeling Good Together

Jude:  One of my favourite things about Buddhism is the claim that we are inherently good, and that all of existence, reality itself, can be experienced as good.  In spite of all the pain and tragedy in the world, there’s a dimension of being that remains untouched by these things, and connecting to inherent goodness … Continued

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Pleasure Scavenger Hunt

Joss: Let’s look for pleasure and see what we find! This practice will center on pleasurable experiences of taste, sight, smell, touch, and sound; feel free to bring pleasurably sensuous things to the session, or come ready to hunt for some before we begin! — Pleasure can often feel really daunting or even uncomfortable, like something … Continued

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