“Situations can be met directly and openly, without a strategy and without aggression. This feels both powerful and gentle at the same time; an expanding of awareness of what it is to be ‘male’.”
TOM EDWARDS > Moab, UT
In today’s world, we face confounding problems that demand more and more of us in order to live a good life. Historically, in many cultures, adults have taken time each year to gather with elders and ground themselves in their essence—women with women and men with men. Meeting in this way creates balance and renews the coherence between the feminine and the masculine at a time when this balance has been culturally interrupted.