Priest/esses of Love & Sacred Sexuality
by: Francesca Gentille
There are many paths that lead to the Divine.
There are many ways to invoke the sacred.
We honor all paths of heart, compassion and conscious intentionality.
Sacred is defined as "set apart", holy, whole, conscious and intentional.
Any act can be a sacred act when conscious and loving intention is present.
Cooking dinner, healing, a building, touch, intercourse.
Priest and Priestess of Love & Sacred Sexuality are consciously intentional
and committed to bring healing, wholeness, and holiness into relationships,
intimacy, sensuality and sexuality.
We dedicate our lives to healing, re-weaving and sanctifying the wounding in
our current paradigm around Body Image, Sexuality, Relationship, and Gender.
Each Priest or Priestess has a unique life,
life training and calling.
Most of us have had training or experience in:
- Cross Cultural Spirituality (Shamanism, Paganism, Buddhism, Hinduism,
Tantra, Christianity, Etc. Note: Teachings around Sacred Sexuality can be
found in every religious tradition world wide.)
- Body Work Healing Arts (Massage, Reiki, Lomi Lomi, Motherwave, Dance,
- Cognitive Healing Arts (Psychotherapy, Psychology, Life Coaching)
- Creative Healing Arts (Dance, Writing, Poetry, Visual Art, Theatre. Etc.)
- Psychic Healing Arts (Energy work, Clairvoyance, Tarot, Palmistry,
If you are seeking a healer, teacher or Priest/ess for any issue in your
life it is important to interview them, get references, ask questions and
ultimately trust your Inner Sense of truth and "rightness."
Learning to listen to your Inner Truth is one of the key aspects to healing.
Priest/esses of Love & Sacred Sexuality have been called by many names (Insert here).
Healing Sessions may or may not include cognitive dialogue, energy work,
dance/movement, healing/nurturing/therapeutic/intimate touch, ritual and/or intercourse.
Each Priest or Priestess has their own skills sets and sexual/physical/emotional boundaries.
Healing sessions will include safety, honor, respect, integrity, intentionality and the sacred.
We have found that the foundations of being
a dedicated Priest/ess of
Healing for another to include:
- Healing of one's own spirit.
We cannot lead where we have not yet gone.
- The honoring, respecting and empowering of personal, emotional, relationship,
physical and sexual agreements, commitments, limits, boundaries and core values.
Our own and another's.
Healing is founded on truth, respect and authenticity.
- A commitment and practice that includes the on going scrutinizing of one's own
behavior, and intent.
As well, as the willingness to be scrutinized by others.
- An ongoing spiritual practice that facilitates connecting with the Divine.
- An ongoing spiritual practice that includes strengthening ones own ability
to hold compassion and non-judgment while maintaining nourishing discernment.
- The ownership and accountability for all of one's own emotional states.
We are responsible for how we choose to feel and to re-act to the stimuli of life.
- Releasing the ownership of another person's emotional state.
We are there to guide, facilitate, nourish, empower, model and lead.
Each person is accountable and responsible for their own healing.
- The ownership of our actions.
How we behave is our responsibility.
No one "makes us" do anything.
- Perfect Love & Perfect Trust comes out of an ongoing spiritual
relationship with our own Inner Divinity and Divine Connection. As we love
and trust ourselves, as we have integrity with our words and actions we
bring Perfect Love & Perfect Trust to each encounter.
(Note: See "We are responsible for our emotional states of being.")
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