Serena Gaia

Make love the ecology of your life

The Sacred: Sharing Amorous Resources

Gaia, Eros, & the Sacred: 

Learning the Arts of Loving with Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio
Class # 3
Sharing Amorous Resources and Creating Global Health and Abundance
How can we safely share amorous resources?
Why is the practice of safer sex important to an erotic community?
What is fluid-bonding and why is it important to the health of an erotic community?

Safe sharing of amorous resources involves practices of love that empower all participants in an amorous community.  It is based on the Gaian principle that sharing resources creates abundance.  Gaia is “gay” in the sense that, as a live being it is by nature happy and cheerful, and in the sense that it is capable of as many forms of love as there are Earthlings to experience them.  Gaia is alive because its vital principle Eros is in her.  Therefore, it is in everyone’s best interest to radiate as much health, love, vitality, and well being as possible.  The more a participant contributes to his/her amorous and erotic communities in the ways of health, love, and vitality, the more each community will radiate these forces back, and so protect and enhance its participants’ vitality and health.

Exercises for this class include conversations about emotional and erotic safety, practicing healing and sensual touch, cuddling, spooning, as well as other forms of consensual amorous bonding, including three-way kissing.


“Thank you so much for being you.  I have longed to meet another person who . . .  understands the importance of sustainability, the sharing of resources and the idea that Poly can save the planet . . . Oh, I am so happy that you exist . . . Sending you my thanks for the amazing healing under your facilitation, I am so very thankful for that gift,” said Jason from Washington State.

To schedule this class for your community write and email to Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio:
This class is a body/mind educational experience
Its topic is interconnected with the two previous topics in the series
The class can be taken alone or as part of the series
The class includes:
a SEMINAR to delineate its major ideas (with open Q & A period) – 60 to 90 minutes
a WORKSHOP to practice and experience them – additional 30-60 minutes
From the contents of Gaia and the New Politics of Love by Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio.  Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 2009.

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serenagaia • January 14, 2010

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