Ya’Acov & Susannah Darling Khan
Interview Topic: The Battle of the Sexes and the Medicine to Heal It
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Susannah and Ya’Acov are two of the foremost teachers of embodied consciousness on the planet and have been teaching internationally since 1989. They have been together for more than 30 years.
They have taught many thousands of people from a huge variety of cultures, ages and backgrounds over the years and are well known for creating the contemporary form of everyday shamanism known as Movement Medicine.
In this interview/talk entitled The Battle of the Sexes and the Medicine to Heal It, they will share the experience of their own journey in a very direct and personal way. They write:
“After all these decades of a potent cocktail of love and hate, seeing and blindness, hurting and healing, we have come to a new ground in the space between us. On this ground, we are discovering the delicate and demanding work of breaking the chains that have bound us to this ancient battle between feminine and masculine inside us, as well as between man and woman. The purpose of relationship is to uphold each other’s journey of soul, to get behind each other’s freedom and to learn to love each other in ways we have never imagined. We recognise that we all bring the broken hearts and unconscious stories of our personal and ancestral pasts into our relationships. We are brilliant at enrolling each other in our tragedies and dramas and in what we call the ‘shadow marriage.’ It is our experience, that with intention, great courage, a lot of humour and the greatest medicine of all, time together, we can learn to truly see, hear, connect with and honour the ones we are and the ones we are with. In doing this, we invoke the ancient alchemy where 1 + 1, far from equalling a compromised and passionless collusion with each others limitations, becomes a virtuous spiral that leads us into an ever more generous, regenerative and deepening love that seemingly, has no end.
There are some basic rules of engagement that with practice, help us to feel safe enough to meet on this level and give us the structure in which we can discover just how good we are at creating exactly what we expect. There is no doubt in our minds that learning to speak each other’s language and actually understand one another as men and women is of great importance right now. The battle between the sexes has damaged us all and we believe is at the root of so much of our human suffering. And since we tend to inflict our internal suffering on the rest of the web of life with whom we share this life on earth, this work now has an urgency if we are to create a new dream. Isn’t it time that we each did what we can to bring a little more honest self-reflection, responsibility and creativity to the dance of yin and yang inside us and the ways in which we relate to each other. We are delighted to take part in this summit which has this intention at its core. Thanks Jocelyn for opening the doors for us to be part of this and to share the medicine we have found at such a potent time for us both.”
Ya’Acov’s new book, Jaguar in the Body, Butterfly in the Heart – The Real-Life Initiation of an Everyday Shaman was released through Hay House on June 6th. For more details of this and all of Susannah and Ya’Acov’s work, please visit: www.darlingkhan.com