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Showing posts with label Hearts on Fire. Show all posts
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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Plural Wedding of Ecosexual Love Sets Hearts on Fire - An Amorous Visions Calendar: Feb 22-March 6, 2014 in California

Dear Planet Lovers,

It's the night before the flight that starts a traveling period of about five months over several countries.  I only have a short time and I don't want to take off without the promised follow up to my newsletter announcements back in December.

Oh well . . . . where do I start?

The wedding: we did it!  The first plural wedding of ecosexual love in the Caribbean.  It really happened!  iI's done.  And it was a success. More: it was magic.  With everyone in the group listening to the invocation ministered by Heather Anne Trahan, and taking the vows to be Playa Azul's "spice." Wooow!  We were so amazingly diverse, yet united by this declaration of love for an ecosystem that I sincerely call my nurse, doctor, and lover.  She is very compersive and not at all jealous.  And now that we all share this lover we are all "metamours."  Lovers of a partner we share.  And since that day the shift in the energetic field all in and around the beach itself, ourselves, and those who come to enjoy nature, is just momentous.  We all share a lover, so we are all collaborative.  We were completely spontaneous and everyone was eager to be on camera. 

For me, and others I hear, emotions were high: to experience a "wedding" as freedom, peace, inclusion. When all feel part of it: more people, more "spice."  What a turn around!  Marriage? It's for everyone, ecosexual style.  Puralizing this institution: making it open, fluid, vibrant.  Acknowledging ecosystems as equals: as partners.  Thank you Playa Azul for choosing me 16 years ago and for keeping me safe, healthy, happy, at ease, and vibrant.  As an added bonus, when in the throes of this template production, an amazing team jelled up.  Our director, Shaison Ouseph, was on his first visit to Puerto Rico from Mumbai.  He learned all about us and got really enthralled, as you can see from the trailer he put out.  Many others pitched in, acknowledged with gratitude.  If you like what you see, let us know.  You can also join the conversation on the FB event page.  We are ready for the next episode in the series Hearts on Fire.  And we can bring the Hearts on Fire right where you are.  We we're taking calls and getting booked up! 

If you can't wait to hear more about Hearts on Fire, we have something coming up.  On Saturday, February 22, Hearts on Fire officially invites to a preview of Te Amo Playa Azul I Love You, at the International Conference on the Future of Monogamy and Non-Monogamy.  we start at 4 PM, at the Clark Kerr Center, Building 14, UCB, 2601 Warring St, Berkeley, CA, 94720.  It's a unique opportunity to preview and discuss the ecosexual art movie that will document the first plural wedding of ecosexual love in the Caribbean.  We're happy to present the project, share more trailers and photographs, and take questions.  Including: "how do I bring this healthy, and safe, and happy, and easy practice of ecosexual love to my families, my ecosystems, my communities?"  We look forward to being with you there.  Share with friends and invite.  Thank you!

This big wave of ecosexual love also helped congeal the energy of "Amorous Visions," the cinema studies project that brought me to Connecticut last year.  With her warm sunshine, caressing waves, clear waters, and blue horizon, it was easy for Playa Azul to attract, in one
day, some 15 "spice" (plural for the word "spouse," poly style).  No wonder she's an ecosystem conducive of such abundance.  We make movies about ecosexual love.  What if we interpret cinema as a study of ecosexual love?  Turns out the motion camera can really find out what happens to the energy of love in ecosystems toxic with fear.  The health and vitality of ecosystems does affect the quality of human relationships.  And yet, even when fear is rampant, love finds a way to survive.  Love for love: the code for this energy encapsulated in a virus, surviving for a better time.  This became the focus for UC Irvine and UC RiversideAmorous Visions: Sex, Genders, and Ecosystems of Love in Bertolucci and Cavani.  Talks are asfo.  Monday, March 3, at 2-3:15 PM at UCR.  Room HMNSS 2212 (English Department Conference Room), hosted by John Ganim for the auspices of the English Department and Queer Lab.  Wednesday, March 5, at 2:30-5:00 PM at UCI.  Room HG 101, hosted by Jonathan Alexander, with auspices from the Writign Center and the Gender and Sexuality Program.  These are al free univrsity event, and they are fun.  I promise.  All details and directions on the FB events page.  Join us.  We want to take your questions and practice inclusive democracy, ecosexuality style.

Speaking of which, UCSD choose a talk on Ecosexuality, and that's happening on Thursday, March 6, at 4:3-6:00 PMEcosexuality: Notes for an Orgasmic Earth, is the title for the in-the-works collection about ecosexuality I'm co-editing with Lindsay Hagamen.  We will be announcing this amazing collection of writings, and introducing the
Elizabeth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle's Ecosexual Wedding
online platform for the book launch.  Teamwork here too. Go to www.orgasmicearth.org to find out who all is in the line up.  We will also introduce ecosexuality as the practice, theory, art, and activist that reveres the Earth as a lover and acknowledges her ecosystems as partners with significant and enduring rights.  We will focus on the practice of ecosexual weddings to ecosystems and forces of nature, as initiated by Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens in the seven-year project LoveArtLab.  We will explain the relatednes of ecosexuality and modern Tantra.  A don't miss.  Room: LGBT Center at UC San Diego.  Hosted by Pasquale Verdicchio, with auspices by the Literature Department and the LGBT Center.  All details and directions on the FB event page.  From wherever you are, this is worth a trip to La Jolla, San Diego.  Join us!

Finally, after March 6th, time for a break comes.  Here it's time for acknowledgements to all those who contribute to this calendar.  My hostess in Oakland, Spring Friedlander, with her
healthy, amorous, and inclusive community house.  My host in San Diego, Adam Paulman, whose inclusive amorous gifts are well recognized.  All the auspices and organizers, 
including my Deans, Manuel Valdez Pizzini and Felix Fernandez.  the administrative assistants at UPR Mayaguez who spent endless hours "comprobando" (=corroborating the evidence for) expenses and funds.  The teams of Te Amo Playa Azul, including film director Shaison Ouspeh, production coordinator Lloyd Sparks, emcee slash translator Maria Virginia Sanchez, liaisons with campus and organic farms Paola Pagan and Ricardo.  High priestess Heather Anne Trahan, who invoked the natural forces on the speaking of the vows.  All the "guests" and participants in the three workshops who were eager to be filmed as spontaneously as they came long.  And who embraced together the shared spouse.  All the inspiring minds in the 2012-13 Fellows group at UCHI, and its Director, Sharon Harris.  The students in Ecosexuality, including Adam Kocurek and Alexandra Mayer, and the WGSS Chair, Nancy Naples.  Please please please help spread word of upcoming events and invite your friends.  Thank you! 

If you want to catch up with me or invite me in and around the West Coast and the Bay Area, April is your chance.  My calendar is open.  Travel plans proceed with visits and rest in May, plus getting to team up more deeply in view of future plans.  Alessio, my oldest grandchild, turns 10 on May 15th.  He's an amazing student.  Thanks Paola Coda for bringing him up.  And we plan to spend it together with family and friends in Rome.  Visits to Cap d'Agde, France, in late June, and guests from Portland, Oregon, at PostaHouse in early July.  For all these programs, there is a place set at our table, if you choose to join us.  We have extra rooms in the chalets and camping room in the garden.  space is limited so let us know in advance.

More announcements coming as projects evolve.  They have a life of their own, and I, the "inspiring force," am only the conduit ever rushing to catch up with them.  So I hope you will forgive if this letter reads a bit rushed.  Oh well, I have a flight to catch.

Sending much love and all good wishes to all of you and your loved ones.  Thanks you for listening and opening up.  Stay tuned for more coming.  With all good wishes for a happy end of winter, spring, and summer.  Thank you!



Serena Anderlini-D'Onofrio, PhD
Author of Gaia, Eros, and many other books about love 
Professor of Humanities, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez

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Monday, December 2, 2013

Playa Azul Sets Hearts on Fire - Jan 25th, 2014: Save the Date for an Inclusive Wedding of Ecosexual Love

Dear Planet Lovers,

I've missed you! It's the gift season and I come with good news from Gaia.  A warm welcome to all new contacts.  It's been a momentous year and there's a lot to announce: Campaigns, films, beach events, weddings, watsu, health info, books-in-progress, referrals, courses, and tips on community expansion.  I don't want you to miss a word, so pray bear with me now.  

What's the news?  Gaia is gay and happy about it: it's been scientifically proven now!  Yes: gay as in happy, cheerful, cheered-up.  Why?  Because Gaia means gay!  And the ecosexual fashion of marrying Earth's hottest spots is getting the whole planet fired up.  We at Playa Azul are doing our part.  Playa has been a loving doctor, a nurse, a spouse.  We are marrying her and invite you to kiss the bride. The gift season is a perfect time.  Can't you feel that the desire to give?  Only 10 days left.  Give to Hearts on Fire now! 

Gaia, the symbiotic planet, is also our most compersive lover.  Here at Poly Planet Gaia we have designed a film series about ecosystems joyful enough to sustain open practices of love.  We are a team now, and Hearts on Fire: Together in Ecosexual Love is blessed with the talent of Shaison Ouseph: a director who turns common footage into art.  Our funding campaign is running.  Plural weddings of ecosexual love are videographed projects of socially engaged art hosted wherever inclusive, fluid practices of love are found.      

Our goal is offering models as diverse as they come.  Our perks are fantastic: from a stay at Playa Azul (Puerto Rico) with its balmy Tropical climate, to bodywork sessions with Goddess Judicci ("poet of the body"), to a plural wedding invite, plus our first art docu-film and a page-turner novel by Louisa Leontiades.  This feast of poly diversity has all the juices, details, emotions, and flair of ecosexual love.  It's the Season of Gifts.  And here's your opportunity to fund a project that's truly visionary.  Don't miss it!
Check the video and become a sponsor now.  Gaia winks "thank you, beloved!"

Wedding to Playa Azul, Jan 25, 2014, 11am-8pm
How have we transformed this neglected beach into a cherished bride?  It's easy to find out.  As a Season's Gift from my truest heart, I invite you to Te Amo Playa Azul I Love You.  The first project of Hearts on Fire documents this transformation.  Playa Azul is the beach under my terrace who's blessed me with inclusive ecosexual love.  For the past 16 years, she has turned rivals into metamours, jealousy into compersion, fear into love. I've loved her like a permaculture garden, with uva playera trees to shade visitors naturally as more planet lovers gather at sunset time.  The universe blessed me with this place from where to tell the world about ecosexual love.  

Actually, I was away from Playa Azul last year, and, as I got sick, I realized, literally, I could not live without her.  The music of her waves caresses ashore and her gentle sounds charm many others.  We are Playa Azul lovers, and, together, we will marry her.  We are not jealous.  Join and you'll get to kiss the bride.  The all-day program is exciting: Workshops to connect with one's inner landscape, with one another, with the ecosystem's liminal quality: a treat for aquaphiles and terraphiles.  A ritual to wed the shared bride at dusk, followed by watsu, dance, song, free leisure time.  Massage, Reiki, refreshments, and more on the sidelines.  Space is limited.  Save the date: January 25th, 2014, 11:00AM-8:00PM.  There is no charge as long as you sign up early enough.  Let us know of your participation now.  How?  Mark yourself as Going on the Facebook Event.  Go to the campaign page and donate at least $ 1:00.  Claim your perk as Azure BrideGroom.  You will be registered automatically.  Claim your free book when you arrive. Click here for more travel and lodging info.

For those already in Puerto Rico at this time, we've opened a Watsu Circle in the Area Oeste.  Watsu: Massage by Water meets every Friday 5:30-8:30PM. Mark yourself as Going on the Facebook Event and check for updates. Watsu is the art of loving and healing by water.  The word comes from water and shiatsu, the Japanese style of massage that heals by touching the body's meridians.  
The practice consists in giving and receiving massage by water.  A giver will hold and gently lull a receiver while he or she floats in warm water.  Watsu involves surrender and trust.  It can alleviate many conditions and lower stress.  Some report experiencing a sense of bliss from pre-natal life.  It's important to clear one's aura before practice.  Please bring your swim suits, towels, drinking water, and comfort nibble foods.  Three loving friends are already part of this.  Mirta, Maria, and myself love Watsu.  Can you see the afterglow after our latest practice?  Join us for a free workshop at the Punta Arenas pool next Friday.

All workshops and rituals are facilitated in a cross-cultural manner.  Do you love the Earth?  Marry an ecosystem with us!  When it comes to choosing a beach as one's bride, there are no restrictions of genders, numbers, orientations, ages, colors, origins, species, or biological realms.  Your pets, relatives, partners, best friends, spouses are welcome.  Join us!

Shaison Ouseph
Documenting transformation requires art.  Playa Azul is the ecosystem that sustains the inner marriage of Serena and Gaia.  This perfect union sustains my creative life.  Why is this symbiosis so vibrant?  How does it radiate to others?   What synergy of public and private, personal space and shared grounds brings it about?  We are blessed with film director Shaison Ouseph.  Over the social media we've developed appreciation and a collaborative style.  He joins us from Mumbay, India, with Veritas Poductions, and will be in residence January 18-30: an extended period to empower his camera to study the movement and time that brought about this perfect match.  What is the SerenaGaia effect?  We plan to explore in depth and widely toward a template that is both visionary and accurate. We intend to document a microcosm that models a symbiotic planet. Colleagues, friends, neighbors, community members, partners who resonate are invited to speak up.  We look forward to working with you.  Thanks Shaison!

One more fun thing about Hearts on Fire is that it's so exciting I've been invited to talk about it even before it starts.  Wow!  The International Conference on the Future of Monogamy and Nonmonogamy has scheduled me for a presentation on Saturday, February 22nd, in Berkeley, CA.  I plan to be there.  Thanks Dave Doleshal. 

More joys are fabric to this writing.  I have been blessed with friends, students, relatives, partners who have teamed up to actualize projects we launched, and keep me healthy and vital during last summer's crisis at the end of the UCHI appointment.  Thanks Teri, Bruce, Karen, David, Noel, Maurice, Bob, Pat, Helen, Valerie, Luca, and Paola for keeping
Paola Coda
me alive when my health was failing as the transition back to Puerto Rico and summer travel overlapped.  A huge stone had taken up residence in my kidney.  It all was rather picaresque: one outpatient surgery in Hartford, CT, two in Rome, Italy, and the residual stent taken out here in Mayaguez, PR.  Thanks to Carlo Molinari, urologist, writer, musician, for pulverizing that 16mm monster obstructing the urethral tract.   It was a great lesson in being humble and allowing others to take charge, while appreciating knowledge of the medical system I typically lack.  I felt so blessed with the love of my daughter Paola who interrupted her life to take care of me.  She and Luca, my brother lined up the best doctors in my hometown to quickly act on my behalf.  Paola's children Alessio and Leonardo were so amorous.  David, my travel companion, was patient beyond words.  I owe you all my life: thanks so much!

Leda, Leonardo, 1530
Students at UPR Mayaguez have been responsive and excited, with me being present and vibrant after the year of intellectual nirvana at UCHI.  The Western Civilization course in the Humanities is a study of how love was practiced across time and space.  In our Facebook Group I see lots of self-expression in action.  Love, the supreme emotion, is a cosmic energy and and art.  It can be properly generated and channeled when talents are trained in its practice.  The Italian cinema course focuses on how art film studies the quality of ecosystems that host human life, and their effect on the quality of human love.  We made a lot of progress in both classes.  Te Amo Playa Azul I Love You is a natural segue: all are invited and many have signed up.  We look forward to this cross fertilization of academic and community education cum socially engaged art. 

Lindsay, 4th from left, and others at Windward
Other projects are making strides.  For the ecosex collection, from Windward, WA comes co-editor Lindsay Hagamen.  Our collaboration is thriving.  It's wonderful to have younger minds in one's creative life, where age barriers are overcome and emotional intelligence circulates with elegance and panache.  Many exciting contributions on the table.  We have a title: Ecosexuality: Notes for an Orgasmic Earth, or perhaps Planet?  Not sure yet.  Let us know how they sound.  Thank you!

Amorous Visions, from The Conformist
Amorous Visions: Fluid Sexual Moments in Italian Cinema was a success at UCHI, repeated at UPR Rio Piedras plus Mayaguez.  Thanks Karin Weyland for the invite.  It will be the occasion for a trip to my Alma Mater, UC Riverside, and its neighbor, UC Irvine, where a talk is in the plans for early March.  Thanks John Ganim and Jonathan Alexander.  Any other takers? I'll be in California for an extended period and am open to more such invites.  The talk is about how film studies movement and time to find out how ecosystems host human love and life, with special attention to amorous inclusiveness and sexual fluidity in a truly Deleuzian manner.  My technology is state of the art, thanks to UCHI.  Write me soon and we can negotiate an presentation.  I'll stay tuned.  Thank you!

A period of much learning, wisdom, and joy has opened up.  Going deeper into Beyond Monogamy practices with Kamala Devi is a great way to become a more inclusive, more fluid planet lover. Reid Mihalko plans to teach all the geekery necessary to get the message out.  I signed up for his Summer Camp and look forward to going back to Easton Mountain.  Reid claims it's depth, in relationships, that counts.  Depth results in longevity when the synergy is right.  Playa Azul was in my heart as the dreary winter of New England
Punta Arenas at Playa Azul
devitalized me.
  She has nursed me back to health and I'm honored to finally recognize her.  Getting back into the swing of things from the blessed laboratory slash temple slash sanctuary of my Punta Arenas apartment, I appreciate this playful hostess and faithful companion.  Can you see the elongated, pristine body of our bride, sun-kissed at dusk?  The tip (punta), of Punta Arenas, is excited.  She reverberates with the emotions, memories, trances that compose the ecologies of love.  Relationships have a lot to do with the quality of the ecosystems that host our lives.  Good for those made to share these blessed moments with us.

Condominio Punta Arenas
"Et vous?" as they say in France.  What ecosystems are nurturing your practices of love?  Where are your vital energies sourced from?  Puerto Rico is the island where Cristobal Colon, in his error, first arrived.  A US affiliate now.   I often wondered why the universe decided I was meant to be on this sand-made tip.  Now I have the answer: Punta Arenas has been a great investment in my life. And I'm supposed to energize an ecosexual community of like-minded friends and amorous companions who share love beyond conventional boundaries and embrace all of life as a partner with equal rights.  We, the residents of Playa Azul, have taken care of this garden for almost two decades now.  There are many more apartments.  We're expanding and like-minded people are invited.  Playa Azul is a wisdom-years paradise: an investment in safety, happiness, health, ease, love.  What could be more charming?  Sounds exciting?  Ask to connect with the right contacts.  We'll be happy to help you out.  

Stay tuned for updates: More details coming about all mentioned projects and more in forthcoming months.   I will be on leave next semester, and have arranged for poly/ecosex friendly housing in Berkeley for late February to end of April, with visit to San Diego in early March.  Appreciation for the hosts is abundant.  What about my bride?  Playa Azul is in perfect shape now.  She'll miss me, and our circle is in charge: I'm sure she'll feel well loved.  Thank you dear aquaphiles! 

Dear Planet Lovers:

Thank you for listening this far.  Your patience is admirable.  Can't you feel how gay Gaia is now?  Gay, as in Nietzsche "gay science," namely loved, vital, joyful, merry, connected, teeming with life.  Why?  Because ecosexuals are marrying her.  We're acknowledging the compersion, the hospitality, the enchantment she brings to our love lives.  
Let "nature" be our teacher in the arts of love.  Education is the heart of democracy.  Education to love: a supreme emotion, a cosmic energy, an art that inspires knowledge and more art. 
Suggestions?  Questions?  Comments?  Donations?  Replies?  I look forward to hearing from you on all counts. Write to serena.anderlini@gmail.com.  With all good wishes and namaste.  In devotion,


Serena Anderlini-D'Onofrio, PhD
Author of Gaia, Eros, and many other books about love 
Professor of Humanities, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez
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Tuesday, October 29, 2013



Manifesting funds for Hearts on Fire. Our campaign is open w/ wonderful opportunities: Become an Azure Spouse w/ invite to the Caribbean. "Love the Earth? Marry an ecosystem!" Donate now and win Playa Azul's unconditional love.  
I hear the beach whispering "thank you!"


 Where: Playa Azul
When: January 25, 2014, all day

SerenaGaia, Shaison Ouseph, and many others involved in this imaginative 
project send blessings and waves of ecosexual love to you!

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Te Amo Playa Azul I Love You - How to Join, Donate Time, Talent, Arts: Jan 25th, 2014

Dear Earthlings:

yes, we hear you: you want to donate time, talent, arts, skills to Te Amo Playa Azul I Love You!  You love the Earth and want to marry one of its beautiful ecosystems.  Plus, you're a very imaginative artist of love and wish to bring you creativity to the day's joyful celebrations.  That's a wonderful thing and there are many ways to do it.

Here's what to do:

Save the date of January 25th, 2014.  If you are NOT in Puerto Rico already, save the whole extended weekend period.  Go to KAYAK and book a round trip ticket to Aguadilla-BQN.  You will be a short 40-minute drive from your bride, Playa Azul. Puerto Rico is a US territory: no passport needed if you are a US citizen.

We plan an all-day celebration with workshops, performances, rituals, magic, ablutions, facilitation, ceremonies, refreshments, hospitality, foods.  We want to get to a place where we all feel vibrant, connected, and energized to really celebrate our love for the beach.  We welcome facilitators, performers, teachers of ecosexual love.  The day will culminate with the actual wedding to/on/with Playa Azul the beach.  It will be a sacralization of this beautiful ecosystem.  We welcome shamans, priestesses, witches, magicians to officiate the sacred unions.  Third planet Gaia is a very generous lover to us: she hosts all the love that's ever been and ever will be, she's the most compersive partner we'll ever experience, and she offers beautiful gifts, like our bride for the day, Playa Azul, or "blue beach."

We welcome all participants.  The beach is open to the public and usually frequented by very respectful people who appreciate the good care of those who live in the nearby condominums.  It's a magical balance we've created over the years: we love the beach, the beach loves us back: we have joy, harmony, and peace.  Bring towels, water, swim gear, and what makes you comfortable for a day at the beach.  

You can simply show up and participate in ongoing programs and activities.  There is excellent swimming and snorkeling in the nearby reef.  Please bring your own gear.  A beautiful walk on the sandy shore is available too.  There is natural shade under the beautiful beach vine trees, called "uva playera." 

You can also relax and observe from a distance. Voyeurism is participation, right?  We have not forgotten our LGBiTransQueerPoly wisdom!

Finally, you can facilitate a workshop, lead a ritual, perform a favorite piece, dance to the waves of the sea, read a poem, do your magic, play a skit, sing a song with music, play the drums, lead an aquatic activity.  Playa Azul is a very simple, but not clothing-optional beach.  The temperature is estimated at an ideal 85 F for the season.  Shed your warm clothes and wear cotton, hemp, silk.  Veils, scarves, shawls, pareos will do.  Bikinis and briefs are welcome for those who prefer swim wear.  Be imaginative and fun with your costumes.  Wear pink, white, and gold to enhance the colors of the ecosystem. 

Here we offer some pictures of Playa Azul.  Isn't the bride beautiful?  A perfect place to encounter diversity in sacred union.  And Te Amo Playa Azul I Love You will be an encounter across languages and cultures.  Isn't the bride beautiful?  We welcome spontaneous ways of being together that enhance the role of the hosting ecosystem.  We will facilitate translations and transitions.  Bring your imaginativeness and experience.  Let this blessed ecosystem inspire you.  Our program is open and we invite ideas, proposals, possibilities.  

We will offer healthy beverages and foods for the wedding day.  You are welcome to camp on the beach with your own equipment: free access to bathroom, pool, and shower.  There are rooms at nearby Hotel Parador Joyuda Beach.  The Parador, or "place to stop," is a local hospitality place and is literally a two-minute walk from Playa Azul.  It's not the best but it's nearby.  You can go ahead and reserve your room (now at $ 95/night for a double). We may have donated apartments available on Playa Azul and other areas.  Please ask.  We will prioritize hospitality for those who offer skills and let us know soon.  You will need transportation from the BQN-Aguadilla airport to Playa Azul and back.  Rental cars are available at the airport: Enterprise has a special deal. And my favorite driver, Ariel, is available too: book him at 787 644 3001. We may be able to pick you up: give us notice of your arrival time.   

We hope this inspires you to offer yourself this exciting opportunity.  It will be a gift to remember.  In creating these cherished memories for you, we follow the inspiration of supreme EcoSexual artists of love Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens.  Visit their LoveArtLab for inspiration about how much fun an EcoSexual Wedding can be.  Invite your loved ones to join you in the journey.  The practice of ecosexual love expands every day.  We wish to create a space of positive visibility for you and a model of Earth love and stewardship.

Choose Te Amo Playa Azul I Love You.  We value your time and will do our best to make this happen for you.  Let us know what what you'd like to offer and what you need.  

Much of the videography will be on site.  The choice of being in the video is entirely up to you.  Your energy, talent, and  participation are appreciated regardless and will be great contributions to the event.   

Please get in touch with Serena and Shaison: 
at serena.anderlini@gmail.com, and shaisonp@gmail.com.  Tell us, in a few words, why you'd like to come, who shares the trip with you, and what you'd like to do.  Send us a write up with some images.  We will consider and get back with you.  We look forward to further working with you.  Thank you! 

Dear Earthlings:

It's such a pleasure to announce new projects to you.  Te Amo Playa Azul I Love You is template for Hearts on Fire: Together in Ecosexual Love.  Click here for the whole picture.  It's really exciting to be in it.  We look forward to your participation and input.  Comments?  Questions?  Don't hesitate to leave them here.  Thank you!
Can't wait to go donate funds to the project?  Click for Indiegogo Campaign and let the system guide you.  Wonderful perks awaiting for you!
Let "nature" be your teacher in the arts of love.  Education is the heart of democracy: education to love.  Come back for more wonders: from EcoSex @ U Conn, Students Responses have resumed, to appear now every Tuesday.  More Book Reports to be scheduled soon, every other Thursday.  
All good wishes and Namaste,

Serena Anderlini-D'Onofrio, PhD

Gilf Gaia Extraordinaire
Author of Gaia, Eros, and many other books about love  

Professor of Humanities
University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez

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