The Red Tent Temple Convergence

The Red Tent Temple Convergence

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About The Red Tent Temple Convergence

Hello love!!!!!

By joining this Patreon you are walking into a sacred community committed to joy, power, awakening, learning, sharing, expression, sexual sanctity, and the embodying and bringing of a peaceful and just work into being!

You are invited to be as incredible as you are!!!

Please message me with any ways you are inspired to contributinng to this space or if there are specific needs and desire you have to enter this space.

As a member, you are agreeing to be a Co-Creator of a Kinder Space. Here are the guidelines:

  1. I always share here when working with adults or older teens this is a space to practice self-responsibility. Above all else, I hold spaces where their inner knowing is the authority, and if their inner knowing is contrary to the space agreements, they are welcome to leave the space at that time and are welcome back again and are requested to share with you after the circle why they left, or ask for a change in the agreement in the present moment. As a facilitator, you can decide in what way you feel capable of holding space. If you don’t want to negotiate agreements at the present moment, it’s better to make a container you can keep than to try to make one you think you should keep and not be able to hold. When we mishandle a situation or upon reflection realized we did, that’s okay it just requires follow-up. Don’t brush it off, address it individually or in the collective, this helps build trust instead of slowly eroding it.
  2. Confidentiality. Review what this means, no names, story sharing afterward. Inside or outside the circle. Ask permission to discuss things shared inside the circle before assuming it’s open for discussion. Be responsible to give the answer you mean if someone asks you ie “yes I want to discuss, I am open to hearing”, “No thank you.” or “no I do not want to discuss, I want that to be held by the circle, for now, I will let you know if I want to talk about it, thank you for caring.”
  3. Listen to the fullness of a person's share.
  4. “I” statements. Avoiding or bringing awareness to “you” generalities. If you know you are navigating a “you” crowd you may want to put in here a cue you will use when they’re speakings to interrupt and bring awareness to their speech, such as, “Who?” when. Be mindful, of really listening to their share as well, this kind of language control can be dominating and abusive if you make it more important than their experience.
  5. Related to #4 and most importantly, when you share your share is personal and about you, no advice-giving or responses to people’s share unless requested. We are affected and inspired by other people’s sharing so if/when someone else shares something that you feel called to speak to do so from a place of how that touched you personally, what you are sitting with not what they are sitting with or how they ought to be with it. A good hack for this is if having trouble is to make a rule that every time you give someone advice, you have to rephrase it and assign the advice to yourself.
  6. I declare that I am human and ask to be held to human imperfect standards. To trust me in that I am doing my best but not to hold me to perfection. I will fail at perfection and am not attempting to do so (even though that’d be nice :-) for my ego and do-gooder who just wants to do it right and be great for everybody all the time). I am in service and will do my best, but I will miss the mark, and am open to respectful and supportive feedback to maintain that I am serving the whole, and learning and growing by doing so.
  7. Respect others and their feelings. Space, physical bodies, things, emotions, and more. If respect is not maintained after repeated experiences of disrespect occur and reconciliation is unsuccessful you will be asked to leave the space either for the one circle or for an amount of time, or for an open-ended about of time that will require to be re-invited. Nobody has to be perfect, yet the space is for healing and medicine, and participation and follow through on agreements is required for that to happen inside a shared space and sacred space. 
There is a space and calling for you! I am so glad you are here. You are magic! Let's make beauty together! The Temple is here for creation, restoration, community and collective healing, witnessing, and authentic self-expression.

Welcome and I love you!
Sophia Wise One
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By becoming a patron, you'll instantly unlock access to 33 exclusive posts
7
Audio releases
4
Images
13
Links
2
Livestreams
1
Poll
7
Writings
1
Video

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