Sun, Nov 08|
Breaking Bonds: Binding & Unbinding through Ritualized Rope
Time & Location
Nov 08, 2020, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
About the Event
About the Class
Rope is often ritualistic in nature, but did you know what you can achieve by properly setting the intentions behind the ritual? Find out in this amazing class put together by a duo of fantastic presenters.
In this class we will be setting intentions and breaking energetic/psychological bonds using rope as a Ritualized Tool. We will begin by creating Sacred Space, Claiming and Setting Intentions in these Tools, and setting or breaking Energetic Parameters for the desired experience. Miss Acacia will then teach a calf binder that we have designed around this Ritual.
Designed for Self-Tying or Rope Partner Participation. You will need 2-3 hanks of rope for this class.
About the presenters: Syncretick Ockult
Syncretick Ockult - Ockult Teachings by Cory Koomoa can be found on Instagram.
As an Ecclectic Solitary Practitioner, Cory has dived head first into the Esoteric Arts and Schools of Thought for the last five years, spanning across both eastern and western studies in search of a practical application for any Practitioner (of any faith, thought, or creed) to incorporate Magick (Focused Intention) into their everyday lives.
With a background in both Psychological and Philosophical study, she pursues a singular language for unified understanding, trying to discover Correspondences in any and all fields of scientific study.
Following the Path of a Shadow Worker, her specialties focus around Energy Work for Protection, Alchemical Transmutation, and Archetypal Patronage with Deities or Spirits. Other areas of focus are, Intuitive Tarot Divination, Ceremonial and Ritual Magick, Altars, and Metaphysical Art and Design.
About the presenters: Miss Acaica
Miss_Acacia has been creating art in rope bondage and suspension since 2014. With a preference for symmetry and a focus on detail, her goal is to create a tie that works for her bottom’s body while still showcasing the beauty of rope. Starting with self-
suspension, she progressed to suspending others with an understanding of both sides of the suspension experience. She continues to focus on the fundamentals no matter how far her rope journey takes her, because she wants to understand the how and the why behind the structure of each tie. Once she feels she understands the purpose of each part, she is able to use them to transition and contort her bottom with the right ties for that sequence. She is frequently brainstorming with fellow rope enthusiasts to improve harnesses and make the most sustainable ties for her bottoms. In teaching, she focuses on making sure that bottoms and tops both grasp what the rope should look and feel like. She teaches for understanding of how each part and pattern works instead of memorizing patterns so that her students are better equipped to continue their education.