November 17, 2019

Dr. Marc Gafni on The Mia Connect Power Chat about Digital Intimacy

Mia Voss Hangouts: Digital Intimacy with Dr. Marc GafniCheck out this awesome Hangout with Mia Voss and Dr. Marc Gafni about Digital Intimacy:

Mia Voss chats with Dr. Marc Gafni on The Mia Connect Power Chat about Digital Intimacy and building your intimate tribe way beyond what the word intimacy implies.

During their lively and often humorous talk they engage topics like:

  • This photo is courtesy Mia Voss: “Here’s how it looked on HER side of the camera! Marc Gafni in full-on mode.”

    How we have exiled all of our intimacy, Eros, and all the beautiful dimensions of life into sexuality

  • How we can free sexuality and use it as a model for all the rest of our life to live life to its fullest
  • What our worst living nightmare is
  • How we need to show up in our Unique Self and live our Unique Story to really find our tribe–online or offline
  • How we can live a happy and fulfilled life and contribute our Unique gifts to reality
  • How we can use the web to create real intimacy
  • How Unique Self values authenticity AND context and is able to bracket his/herself
  • What it really means to love
  • How the self-organizing universe works and how Unique Self is the most important technology for it

Tune in to the replay! A shout-out to the great listeners and all their comments, which you can see with the replay.
Also this page with time-stamped sections by theme!

 

 

The Age of Digital Intimacy and the Movie “Her”

In a new installment of the Digital Intimacy Dialogues, evolutionary mystic Marc Gafni and embodied artist Megwyn White explore the seven levels of intimate evolutionary emergence in the recent movie Her. In it they explore the relationship between digital and dharma, the nature of intimacy and the post-conventional possibility in relationship as hinted at in this culture evolving movie on intimacy and possibility.

Listen to the audio and/or read the transcript here>>>

by Marc Gafni and Megwyn White

Marc Gafni, Dharma, and Lineage artwork by Megwyn White

Marc Gafni, Dharma, and Lineage
artwork by Megwyn White

The World of the Web would seem to be the place for connection. Its very name -Web – means the very same. And yet paradoxically the Web seems to bring with it a great loss of intimacy. We are no longer face to face. There is an ever more confusing terrain of gadgets and gizmos. Never before in history have we been so “connected” yet desperately seeking contact.

The gap between connection and authentic contact seems to be an ever widening chasm.

Are our Facebook friends really friends? Is their depth, commitment and meaning in our connections on line?

Does the virtual have virtue in its web of values. Can connection yield true contact? Can digital information and method of connecting birth new intimacy? [Read more…]