The Common Neutral Ground is designed to be an independent space, and requires at least one person to be holding the space so the conscious creative connection is maintained. Optimally, both parties hold the space and share the responsibility because it requires energy, time and space to maintain it. How we interact with our partners reflects the degree to which we are complete as creative human beings within ourselves. While we are not all perfect, we are evolving to a place where we can recognize the energy, time and space necessary to keep a relationship in balance. It is a capacity to be with ourselves, both in our personal and relationship spaces, that creates the consciousness that can address and meet others where they are.
We become proficient at reading our partner’s availability and appreciation when we can show up and be with them. This is best achieved through creative communion and respect for each other’s feminine sides, and esteeming our masculine sides. This process neutralizes personality defenses, pretenses and imprinting. The more we personally integrate our masculine and feminine into a larger combined expression, the more prepared we are as creative contributors to see the benefits of sharing our creative processes with each other. Even when there are many similarities, different perspectives help us get a 3600 view on how to approach an issue. We also learn how even the slightest input from our partner can be transformative in our own perception of what shifts.
Creative connections work best without effort. In the Common Neutral Ground, we build trust, unity and love for each other by following certain guidelines and rules. These rules help maintain a state of harmlessness and keep us from falling into inequality, success traps or beauty traps where external influences re-define our priorities. This class focuses on the practices that regenerate the Common Neutral Ground so that it is a constantly growing and deepening experience. We point out how to neutralize seven types of imbalances on both creative and personal levels. While the previous course focused on experiential wholeness, this class will explore experiential balance and equality.