Pleasure for the Planet

Sacred Activism for the 21st Century
Rooted in the Body and Radiating from the Heart

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When the mission at hand is bigger than you, who do you call? Excited and delighted to share with you some of the special guests who will be joining me in Pleasure for the Planet. Each offers a unique perspective in coming to greater alignment with ourselves, one another, and the world in which we live. Introducing....

Ruby May

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Truth-seeker, Earth-lover, edge-dwelling mischief-maker and midwife of new culture

Jamie Catto

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Insanely gifted creative catalyst, producer/director of the multi-award winning global 1 Giant Leap films

Katy Cara

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Nature-loving, shame-busting cosmic facilitator, inner & outer explorer, and pleasure activist

John Hawken

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Transformational teacher of Tantra & Dark Eros, Shamanic path weaver, and author

Alan Lowen

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Founder of the Art of Being, visionary of personal and spiritual growth, lover of the Mystery

Barefoot Doctor

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Martial arts master, expert in Taoist medicine, meditation & philosophy, and multiple best-selling author

Katinka Soetens

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Ceremonialist of the Goddess, sacred sexual priestess of Rhiannon and priestess of Avalon

Guy Barrington

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Creative visionary, Earth loving activist, author, facilitiator, DJ and father

More to follow...

“I used to think that top environmental problems were biodiversity loss, ecosystem collapse and climate change. I thought that thirty years of good science could address these problems. I was wrong. The top environmental problems are selfishness, greed and apathy, and to deal with these we need a cultural and spiritual transformation” - Gus SpethI (Scientist and US Advisor on climate change)

Is there a way beyond the current state we are in? Are we ready to embrace a cultural and spiritual transformation in order to shift our relationship to the Earth?

‘Pleasure for the Planet’ is a 21-day intentional experiment to connect with the pleasure of the body, and offer it up for the planet.

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the problems in the environment. Faced with the growing awareness of what’s happening to life of Earth, people are experiencing “climate grief” and existential angst. This feeling of overwhelm can cause us to shut down into numbness and disassociation. It’s easier to stick our heads in the sand and hope it will all go away. When we really stop to notice the harm we are doing to ourselves, one another, and the Earth herself, it hurts!

What can we do? How can we make a positive difference whilst living our lives with all the other demands and pressures of 21st century living?

One of the big challenges we are facing right now when it comes to the choices we make about how we live our lives and the impact it has on our environment, is simply the fact that many people find it difficult to really care. Life is already busy and demanding, and trying to understand what makes a difference can seem like an impossible task. We are so distant and removed from the consequences of our choices that it is easy to stick our heads in the sand.

Or the choices feel punitive and restrictive. Giving up the things that bring us pleasure – such as buying new clothes, purchasing “must have” products, flying to an exotic destination for our two weeks holiday. If we have to give up all this, is life actually worth living?

Is there another choice between rampant consumerism, and punitive sacrifice?

What if we could feel good about making good choices?

“Bodily pleasure is the source from which all our good feelings and good thinking stems. Pleasure is the creative force in life. Many believe this role belongs to love. But if love is to be more than a word, it must rest on the experience of pleasure." - Alexander Lowen

Pleasure for the Planet is not a course that takes you from A to Z (though you will learn a lot and possibly be transformed in the process) but an energetic “field of resonance” with the intention of bringing greater pleasure into the world for healing and awareness.

We have these amazing bodies yet most of the time they are nothing more than a meat suit for the mind. When was the last time you actually felt your own skin when you showered? When was the last time you felt the aliveness of your body moving? Or savoured the food your were eating?

When you celebrate your body, you celebrate existence.

Yet it won’t be all “love and light” and hugging trees. To truly open to the aliveness of the body, we need to be willing to get in touch with the places where it hurts. Your capacity for pleasure is only as great as your capacity to meet the pain of existence – the sadness, the grief and the anger. They go hand in hand.

When there is stress and overwhelm, many people find themselves numbing down or zoning out. We distract ourselves by picking up the smart phone and scrolling through Facebook, or turning on the TV. We busy our minds with stimulation and information rather than reaching out for nourishment and fulfilment.

It is no coincidence that the word we use for our engagement with the manufactured world is “consumerism”. We have an appetite for buying products, tantalised by marketing and advertising, and then literally consume the products that we buy. We are trying to feed a hunger that cannot be satisfied by having more material things.

We are suffering from spiritual starvation, and need nourishment for the Soul.


Sadhana is daily spiritual practice. The commitment we make to showing up in service to our personal growth and evolving awareness. Yet it doesn’t have to be difficult, or time-consuming, or punitive. What if it could be enjoyable and life-enhancing? And that turning towards Pleasure was one of the most powerful things you could do in this moment?
It is often said that it takes 21 days of consistent effort to change a habit. Maybe this is so. I have been guided to hold the space for this Sadhana from 1st to 21st June; which is 21 days from the first day of June to Solstice. The period up to and around Solstice – in the Northern Hemisphere this is the day when the light of the sun is longest – has been acknowledged and celebrated for centuries as a potent portal of earth awareness.  

‘Pleasure for the Planet’ is donation based with a suggested contribution of £66. You are welcome to contribute what feels in alignment for you in your current circumstances, and the truth of your heart.
11% of the funds will be donated to Tree Sisters, a global network of women who support the acceleration of tropical reforestation as an expression of collective planetary care. Discover more at  

33% of the funds will be split between the guest contributors.  

The remaining 66% will go to Gayatri and her team. A portion of that covers the web and graphic design costs and promoting the programme.
This question inevitably comes up when offering something with a spiritual focus, so let me share my perspective here…  

Back in the day when spiritual institutions were a more integrated part of the fabric of life, communities supported their spiritual representatives as a matter of course. Tithing – the practice of offering 10% of your earnings to your church – was part of the Christian ethos. In other cultures, monks would travel with their begging bowl, trusting that wherever they went, their needs would be taken care of by their community. It wasn’t that spiritual people didn’t need money or resources, simply that these were exchanged in different ways.  

These days, we do not have deeply embedded structures of spiritual giving. Yet, we do have a lived reality where rent and bills need to be paid, and food put on the table. In order to create an offering like this, financial contribution supports the required time, energy and resources; creating sustainability, and the potential to evolve the vision.
Each day you will receive an email with an intentional ‘prayer’ for the day and a practice. If you are pressed for time, tuning into the intention by saying the prayer is a good place to start. That way you plug into the collective energy of the group.  

To optimise your experience, engage with the daily practice. Each one will take no more than 15-20 mins to complete. Some even less.  

So many people feel like they have too much on their plate already. That’s why there has never been a more essential time to prioritise Pleasure.  

When we give the gift of Pleasure to ourselves, it is the highest form of self-care. Making space in your day to connect with pleasurable feelings reaps it own rewards in terms of increased energy and aliveness, loving feelings towards yourself and others, and greater wellbeing.
Not a problem! It’s completely fine not do all – or even any - of the practices. Of course you will get more out of the experience the more you engage with the practices. However, your intention to be part of the Sadhana is everything. The key element here is Pleasure. Give yourself a break. Do and enjoy what you can.
We have closed the doors on registration for this first Sadhana in order to create a sacred space of holding for the participants.  

The next Sadhana will be 1st to 22nd December 2019. You can sign up to be notified of registration using the form at the top of the page.
You are most welcome to share the practices you receive during this Sadhana. Our request is that the recipient finds value in it, that they also make a contribution to the programme; thus creating an energy exchange between us. They can make a donation using PayPal to
If you wish to contribute further to Pleasure for the Planet, please make your donation using PayPal to Thank you.