A hedonist values sensual pleasure above all else. Hedonist comes from the Greek word hedone 'pleasure' and is related to hedys, which means 'sweet.' Although this noun did not make its first appearance until 1822, the word was created as a reference to an ancient Greek philosophical system known as the Cyrenaic school. The Cyrenaics taught that pleasure - particularly physical pleasure - is the greatest good. If you need some examples of modern day hedonists, think the many celebrities today who are only famous for going to parties. So if you like uninhibited fun, enjoy pleasure, and want to live a life less ordinary then you are a Hedonist.
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Sensual Healing & Bliss
10th Nov 2020, 19:00  Expired      
3 hours
Plumstead - Western Cape (South Africa)
Connecting with our bodies, with our hearts, being present in the body and feeling is vital on a healing journey.

Being present in our body, connected to the body, opens to intimacy with ourselves.

This body is our home, and for many of us it’s a space of disconnect, blockage and hurt.

Healing leads to growth, growth becomes expansion, expansion opens the doorway to bliss.

The practices in this workshop guide you to connect with yourself, your body, your breath and your heart.

On this workshop you will learn, and experience, 6 practices, to work with over time, your own journey.

There is no nudity.

We start at 7pm, R450, includes the audio book Let’s Talk About Sex.

Please bring a cushion and notebook

1 Denbigh Rd, Plumstead, jonti@eroslife.co.za, 083 7435 129.

Booking is essential for all workshops, places are limited.
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