Gathering for men in Snowdonia this May

Mandalora the Leeds-based ‘men’s work’ organisation is hosting “a ritual gathering for men” in Snowdonia.

The event called “sex, love and loss – breaking the silence, opening our hearts”  takes place in May. The organisers say:

“We invite you to join us in the foothills of Snowdonia as we explore and celebrate our lusts, our desires & our loves, as well as acknowledging our losses, of love, of innocence and naivety, of potency & youth.

“Male sexuality is a notoriously hot potato. Some say it is at least partly responsible for many of the ills of the world. But it is also a supremely generative, creative, life giving force. How is our relationship to our sexuality? Is it a source of love, of excitement, of vitality? Or perhaps one of shame, of frustration, or even addiction?

“In the mountains, in a clearing in the beautiful oak woods, this event offers the chance to engage with these questions, supported by a community of men, working with a variety of tools including ritual, story, group-work and time alone in nature. Perhaps a chance to re-connect with what David Whyte describes as ‘…the old wild place, beyond all shame…’ We hope you can join us there.”

The event funs from 17th – 20th May 2012 and costs £250 to £300 we places limited to 14 participants.

For more information or to make a booking tel. 0113 2890445

Website www.mandorla-menswork.org

Email mandorla@btinternet.com           

Venue information www.caemabon.co.uk

About

Glen Poole is UK co-ordinator for International Men's Day, Director at the consultancy Helping Men and news editor of insideMAN magazine. Follow him on twitter @HelpingMen or find out more about his work at www.helpingmen.co.uk.

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One comment on “Gathering for men in Snowdonia this May
  1. […] the past month we’ve news on our blog of a ‘ritual gathering’ in Snowdonia run by Leeds-based Mandalora and a new men’s support group in London run by Simon Jacobs. We’ve […]

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