Passion, Purpose & Presence:
How to Get Women to Love You
- a workshop for men -
do women want from men?
Two old models of manhood – the dominating macho jerk and
the spiritual-but-ungrounded nice guy – don’t work anymore.
Women today are seeking men who are grounded and spiritual, integrated
and authentic. Women want a true partner for their lives of beauty,
creativity and service. This new model of manhood requires us to
bring our power, passion, purpose & presence to every area of
our lives. It requires being true to ourselves rather than conforming
to anyone else’s desires for us – including women! It
means living a life of true integrity.
Power, Passion, Purpose & Presence !
These qualities come from deep and truthful inner exploration in
the presence of other men, other explorers. Together, we will dive
down into our beliefs about power and our reactions to its various
forms and guises. We will explore our passions and our desire for
approval and love. You will learn to connect more deeply with yourself,
with others, and with Spirit. You will learn to use your life purpose
as a beacon toward more deliberate and satisfying work. You will
eliminate beliefs that have held you back from full self-expression,
and discover the potent role of integrity (or lack thereof) in your
life. Inner strength, authenticity and the ability to be present
for others, especially for women, leads to more love and passion
in your life. This workshop lights that path.
A 3-day workshop that will turn you into
a love magnet.
Women are actively seeking men with these four qualities, but there
are few men who can fulfill their desires. This workshop is designed
to awaken these noble qualities which already exist in you. When
you bring them forward from your depths, women will be attracted
to you like hummingbirds to flowers.
Dates and locations in 2007:
September 14th– 16th in San Rafael, California
5th – 7th in Asheville, North Carolina
12th – 14th in Lenox, Massachusetts (Kripalu
workshop fee is $295, which includes a copy of Lion’s e-book.
register, or for more information, call 415.472.6500, or email