Exploring the strength of submission
Has anyone ever suggested -or straight out told you- that you are too bold, self-assured, outspoken, boisterous, extroverted ….fill in the stereotypical blank… to be submissive?
Have you questioned your own submissive leanings because you possess such personality traits?
You’re not alone!
This event is designed to celebrate the sometimes paradoxical elements that comprise your unique brand of submission.
Gather with your peers for a day of camaraderie, laughter and creative investigation into the many facets that drive and empower submission.
What We Will Do
Each Kneel Tall event combines round table discussion with a vehicle for exploration. In the past those vehicles have included art, archetypes and spirit animals.
In this iteration we will interactively incorporate the use of Tarot Cards to discern, affirm and empower you in your individual expression of submission.
Who Should Attend
Anyone interested in exploring their submissive strengths.
When we say anyone we mean anyone.
- unpartnered submissives or slaves
- partnered submissives or slaves
- switches interested in exploring their submissive side
- those who think they might be submissive but aren’t sure
As always, vetting applies and space is limited. So, reach out early to secure your spot or start the vetting process.
Just an open mind! We’ll supply the rest.
When and How Much
12 – 4-ish pm
Sunday, November 19, 2017
NHOT World Headquarters (If you haven’t been here before, the address will be provided when you register – vetting applies)
Your registration includes:
• The workshop
• Light snacks
• Personalized Tarot insights
Registration is $25/person
About the Facilitators
Amy has been reading cards professionally for about 30 years. As a psychic counselor and Pagan High Priestess she brings her rich connection to spirit, intuitive skills and astrological expertise into every reading. In 2011, at a lovely ceremony held at NHOT, she was collared by her Master.
lisa owned and operated by Carl since 2010. lisa was well into her 4th decade before she discovered that there was a name for what she’d felt all her life. Discovering her submissive nature in 2005 opened the door to finding the fulfillment she’d craved all her life.