14 Responses to “What an evening!”

  1. Thomas October 28, 2010 at 9:28 pm // Reply

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! My Goddess and I were incredibly inspired by the Nothing Held Back Love teleseminar. As you and gay read A Manifesto For Conscious Men I felt a rush of excitement pass through my body as I knew that I had finally found a forum in which I could share my thoughts and feelings about my journey to become a conscious man — to hear what others have to say and to forward this conversation in my communities and beyond. Bless you and your goddesses.


  2. Cassandra October 28, 2010 at 9:29 pm // Reply

    Listening to you and Gay read that manifesto moved me to weeping. Weeping is too light a word, even; my whole small body was shaking with rage and gratitude, sorrow and thanks. Thank you.

    Thank you, and I want to ask for–to demand!–more. For me, it is not enough for aware males to take responsibility for the history of masculine domination over the feminine (just as it is not enough for women to accept responsibility for our role). As a woman, I want to know that you will protect me from those who are not so aware, and will keep me safe from anyone not so enlightened. I want to know that not only I am safe with you, but that you will keep me safe from others; I want to know not only that you will honor the feminine, but that you will guard her from harm.

    And oh, in return, how I will dance! And in return, how I will support and delight in my sisters! And in return, how we all will adore and delight you.


  3. Ardee Ware October 28, 2010 at 11:10 pm // Reply

    This was an enlightening call. We all have so many wounds and confusion over male/female relationships. At this time in our world’s evolution, there’s a need to focus on feminine energy to bring balance and to integrate masculine and feminine energies.
    I have a spiritual mentor who emphasizes putting God or the Divine in the first position and not make our partner an idol. When we put the Divine in the first position, our love for our partner becomes greatly enhanced. Love is the main ingredient in healing.


  4. sandy October 28, 2010 at 11:24 pm // Reply

    I felt deeply validated and emotionally moved by your reading of the Manifesto. The whole conversation made me so grateful that the time is right for all of mankind to hear your wonderful words.

    We all know where the masculine energy has led us throughout history. It is so exciting that now the feminine energy will more than balance the scale.


  5. Prita October 28, 2010 at 11:43 pm // Reply

    Hello beloved friends!!

    What a blessing to be able to listen to you, to have the opportunity to feel your beautiful hearts! My body feels very soft and alive, worshipped, just listening to you! I long for more! I love you guys for sharing!!


  6. sgrjones October 29, 2010 at 4:33 am // Reply

    I am a 61 yr old woman, mother of 4, grandmother of 8, former wife of 2 and lover of a few. Result of the call; deep hopefulness in our future together. Loved the distinction between male and patriarchal. As a woman, a goddess, I still am shy receiving “worship” but what a delightful thing to learn. I honor you…’gentle’men for YOUR gift to us.
    With respect and gratitude, Susan.


  7. Suzanne October 29, 2010 at 5:20 am // Reply

    Thank you all dear friends. It was an extraordinary call. I also cried as you and Gay read the mantra. This is very powerful work and in my coaching business I am seeing a call for this work, as my clients are longing for ‘true partnership’ in their relationships.

    Thank you blessings, Suzanne

    Suzanne Rose Lubkowski
    Certified Spiritual Life and Wellness Coach


  8. Rob October 29, 2010 at 7:36 am // Reply

    You should have left your politics out of it. I am a Right Wing Tea Partier and proud of it. If you think you lefties are the only enlightened ones among us you are sadly mistaken. A truly conscious person would be VERY aware of the damage that the progressive movement has done to this country. One day you will wake up and find that the radical left isn’t conscious or aware and they are not interested in your musings…


  9. Rene Remington October 29, 2010 at 11:31 am // Reply


    First, let me thank you for opening up like that was men, women and as a couple.

    Here is what I experienced, a soft release of energy within and around me. I felt the reading was a beautiful intention sent forward into the universe.

    I got a lot of value from your definition of the divine masculine.

    But I had one thing at the end that sort of closed the door back a bit. So I want to share that, when Arjuna made a joke toward Chameli about thanking her later. My mind knew it was humor, but my heart did not interrupt it that way at all.

    So I’m sharing it with you here.

    Again my gracious thanks to Gay and Kathryn as well.

    Love, Light and Blessings.


  10. Aisha October 29, 2010 at 5:49 pm // Reply


    Thank you so much for putting this into the universe. I felt very happy and aware of my role as a woman. I began to think of how amazing my husband is and how wonderful I am and how we need to celebrate each other in more moments throughout the day. Your words encouraged me to be more open and clear about my feelings for myself and my king. I am definitely going to share this with our facebook group as I believe this is the foundation that needs to be created in order to maintain happy and healthy families. Have a wonderful day and I look forward to more.

    Aisha Oni


  11. Mary Lynne October 30, 2010 at 4:23 am // Reply

    This teleseminar touched me deeply. At first listening a lot of “stuff” came up. I did cry and also realized that my dshonesty, withholding, and wariness with the men in my life (husband, sons, man-friend, relatives) was historical and patriarchal (thanks to Peter) and not just a personal character flaw either in myself or the men in question.

    For years I have endeavored to honor/worship the Masculine/Feminine Principle (God?) in my thought by noticing and appreciating and adoring those qualities in people around me (no easy task!)

    Nikki’s comments about difficulty with the word worship being an inability to own our own divinity made me remember the Bible verse about “loving our neighbor as ourselves”. Obviously, we have to love ourselves first before we can extend love to others. And looking at the current world situation makes it seem we are striking out in that arena. [Gay Hendricks has written a great book on loving oneself, including the qualities we find least lovable about ourselves being essential.]

    Many other connections were made to my own personal situation, too numerous to mention here and I thank all participants in this broadcast for their contributions. I have been greatly enriched!


  12. Niki Andre October 30, 2010 at 12:39 pm // Reply

    listening in and speaking with you four on Thursday was an unsettling blessing. the reverberations of what you are stirring with your work keeps coming in waves – something visceral in my body – and the full force of what it means ain’t hit me yet. my mind is still catching up but i feel great changes coming! and inspired! i will def write about this experience, your work and manifesto and share links with my friends in the coming weeks. looking forward to seeing what this evolving manifesto becomes!

    Peace & Love,


  13. Inge Dyan October 30, 2010 at 2:23 pm // Reply

    Hallo Cameli & Arjuna,
    a few minutes ago I listen to the replay. When I hear the words from the manifesto, I started to cry and I felt a deep healing energy inside my heart. Even when I write down these words I feel appreciated. What an amazing work.

    Love, light and blessings for all of you.

    Inge Dyan


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