Christopher Reynolds — Winter Solstice Ceremonies and Transcendent Sex: May We Embody the Season
December 17 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Sunday Service — 10:30 a.m.
Leader — Hayley Young
Speaker — Christopher Reynolds
Title — Winter Solstice Ceremonies and Transcendent Sex: May We Embody the Season
Topic — The 12 days around the winter solstice can be luminous with joy, peace, and inspiration. The seasonal release into the rest of winter and the life-transforming impacts of transcendent sex surprisingly invite us to remember how love is the reason for the season.
A strong sense of psychological and spiritual union, profound feelings of sacredness and love, expansion of consciousness to a global awareness, identifying with all life of the planet, merging with our ancestors unto unifying with the ultimate principle that represents all Being, are a few of the experiences that occur during Earth-based rituals, like a solstice fire ceremony, as well as during what Jenny Wade names, “transcendent sex.”
Join Christopher Reynolds for this invitation to move through Emmanuel, “God is with us,” to Tat tvam asi – “Thou art that.”
Bio — F. Christopher Reynolds, M.Ed., is a singer, teacher and roving shaman. His mission is to sing, to teach, to heal the peace of dreaming onward. He does this through songs, chants, writings, ritual, concerts and workshops. He is a singer songwriter with 20 releases. He is the lead author on the only publications on depth psychology, soul, creativity, and giftedness. He is also published in organic creativity in the language classroom. Chris is the founder of No Man’s Folk. He is a co-founder of archetypal ecology. He assists in facilitation rituals for returning veterans with Warriors Journey Home. Learn more at his website: urrealist.com.
Join us downstairs after service for coffee and conversation.
*Masks are requested in the building*