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Dharma, Sex, Intimacy and Covid

With Martin Aylward recorded on September 6, 2020.

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We are more physically isolated during these days of Covid. Less physical contact, less access even to each others smiles beneath the masks we wear to care for each others’ health. Contact and intimacy are deeply important to humans, and in this session Sangha Live founding and guiding teacher Martin Aylward explores different forms of intimacy, offering resources for how we can best take care of our bodies, minds, hearts and of each other during these times.

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