Sacred SexualityTo hold something as sacred means that it is set apart, held in a special place in honour of divinity. And with my sexuality, regardless of my state of mind at the time I hold it sacred, I honour the divine source as I connect either with myself or with someone else. It is part of my worship, part of my devotion. To express our sexuality is to express our humanity and in my tradition humanity holds a high value. Love is the supreme source and eros is a part of that divinity. When eros flows in a person, out of a person, between people it is a sacrament, a manifestation of divine eros. It is also part of what makes us human and a celebration of both the divine and humanity.
Pirate TheologyWe become pirate theologians (with all the positive, or romanticized aspect of that image, and perhaps unfortunately, sometimes some of the negative). But our purpose is not confrontation, or to somehow take over the establishment. No, our purpose is to gather in these wild, lawless islands and live out a rag-tag but true, lawless but loving, tradition-breaking, but not without tradition, or simply a radically different Christianity that does not actively threaten the normal Christian daily life in any other way than that it exist.
A pastor, preacher, pirate, poet and a public speaker. With formal training in theology, counselling and social work I teach with inspirational enthusiasm and passion. I am a truth seeker, rebel and pirate who teaches with deep insight and I will challenge the audience with a fearless, shameless questioning of authority, dogma and societal norm. Aside from working as a Christian minister I am an Enneagram practitioner and life coach and a ISTA faculty member. As such I travel and teach workshops internationally. As a Bhakti Yogi and Daka I also have training in Yoni Mapping and tantra massage. I am available for private sessions in Scandinavia or via worldwide via Skype. I can also appear as a speaker or workshop leader for your conference, festival or course and can speak on many subjects including: post-modern faith, Interfaith dialogue, diversity and anti-discrimination, LGBTQi and faith, radical christianity, hermeneutics, theopoetics, tantric christianity, dynamic relationships, sexuality in the Bible, sexuality, gender and Faith, Martial arts and faith, Martial arts and sexuality and conscious kink.