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Arriving at your own experience of Presence, Appreciation and Integrity The paradox of deep realization versus practice. The audacity of wanting to richly enjoy your life and relationships. Is there anyone’s life you’d rather live than yours? Women in the Clubhouse An exploration of involving women more in the work of AMP – starting with the recent co-ed Aletheia course co-created by Authentic World and Integral Institute, and continuing to the Online Inner Circle Forum.The difference between the external behaviors and the internal experience. How do we act differently when women are around, and how come?We have clients who come in and are like, self-discovery? There’s a way that you relate with yourself that shows up in the way you relate with other people, that you’re not even aware of. Alissa Kriteman: [laughs] Travis Decker: And if I keep tapping, by the end of the interview, what happens? By the end of the interview, you would stop hearing it. There’s a way that we would have to check out to not hear the knocking that would have us not hear other aspects of the interview as well. I love the idea of people having juicy relationships, people being together for 40, 50 years, and still being totally madly in love with each other and discovering new things about each other. You’re not taking responsibility for it, because you can’t. You’ve been doing it so long, you don’t even know that you’re doing it. That would have the three of us here be as related as we could be. People being genuine when they’re attracted to each other in a bar. They share how their unusual backgrounds played an important role in their life quest to better understand people, have more “juicy” relationships and connect in more loving and authentic ways. Alissa Kriteman: This must be the authentic in Authentic SF. And I really do believe there was something about being surrounded by people at such an early age who had some desire to reflect on themselves.

[music] Alissa Kriteman: Welcome to Just For Women: Dating, Relationships, and Sex. Today we have Travis Decker and Kendra Cunov of Authentic SF. Alissa Kriteman: We’re going to have a juicy conversation about a lot of different things, focused around what women need to know to have better relationships, more love in their lives, and more self-love. Why don’t you tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to create this organization. This is an organization designed to support people having intimate relationships. And started working with people to get in touch with what they really wanted, what their actual motivations were, in service of them producing results. It’s huge that this company is flourishing like this, because it suggests that people are aware of the possibility of having more thriving, real, genuine, rewarding, nourishing relationships and interactions with people. I feel a zing in my body when you look at me like that. Because in my experience of dynamics between men and women, I’ve heard that the woman is the one with the desire who steers the relationship. And then meanwhile, these nights are quite the social scene, where people come to practice and drop deeper and meet other people who are actually interested in that conversation. Also, there’s a course for men, the Authentic Man Program, which was really what started this, and just us wanting to tap how powerful it was for women to be able to have a space to be totally real with us, that had us wake up and have better relationships with women. It’s from that beiginning, that process of wanting to be in a relationship, of looking for that relationship.Decker Cunov is a leader in the ever evolving world of ´circling´, continuing to uncover new ideas and concepts as well as teach those which have already been developed.It is something that Andy and Dane have been training for over a year, and now Decker uses circling, amongst his other skills to help Silicon Valley companies as a consultant to boost their success.This organization is committed to fostering authentic, flourishing relationships. For most people I’ve met, when I was growing up, that wasn’t even a topic on the menu to talk about. Furthering my education is not just learning accounting or getting my MBA. I think that the community created itself, and we sort of provided. Or, oh my god, that conversation I just had with him, I felt so seen. So you’re saying that it was out of the women desiring their men to go deeper in their ability to relate with the women? Alissa Kriteman: It’s sort of on the court after you’ve had your training, it seems like. Then soon after was a course for women who wanted to take their relationships to a new level. And then once they’re in it, really supporting them in having the kind of relationship that they want.I’m happy to have these two co-founders with us today. So now not only are people aware, hey, that person seems to not only be digging their relationships more than I am, or I’m digging more than I used to. I can actually focus on the art of having more profound intimacy in my life. It’s not as though you offer a seminar, and people go home, and there’s nothing more. Originally, the game nights were, you know, we only had the men’s course at the very beginning. Kendra Cunov: And I really think, that community, it just arose of itself. I just learned something about myself just talking to that guy. They go out, and yeah, that actually created by us having the space for it, they went out and created the community via the distinctions. So there’s plenty of places out there to meet other people. And then once you’re in a relationship, it’s like end of story. Kendra Cunov: And the second piece that I was really just reflecting on right now that’s so distinct, is how as much as of our overt focus is on relationship, really, underneath that, what we bring the focus to is the individual. This is Alissa signing off with Just For Women: Dating, Relationships, and Sex.

[music] Alissa Kriteman: Welcome to Just For Women: Dating, Relationships, and Sex. Today we have Travis Decker and Kendra Cunov of Authentic SF. Alissa Kriteman: We’re going to have a juicy conversation about a lot of different things, focused around what women need to know to have better relationships, more love in their lives, and more self-love. Why don’t you tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to create this organization. This is an organization designed to support people having intimate relationships. And started working with people to get in touch with what they really wanted, what their actual motivations were, in service of them producing results. It’s huge that this company is flourishing like this, because it suggests that people are aware of the possibility of having more thriving, real, genuine, rewarding, nourishing relationships and interactions with people. I feel a zing in my body when you look at me like that. Because in my experience of dynamics between men and women, I’ve heard that the woman is the one with the desire who steers the relationship. And then meanwhile, these nights are quite the social scene, where people come to practice and drop deeper and meet other people who are actually interested in that conversation. Also, there’s a course for men, the Authentic Man Program, which was really what started this, and just us wanting to tap how powerful it was for women to be able to have a space to be totally real with us, that had us wake up and have better relationships with women. It’s from that beiginning, that process of wanting to be in a relationship, of looking for that relationship.Decker Cunov is a leader in the ever evolving world of ´circling´, continuing to uncover new ideas and concepts as well as teach those which have already been developed.It is something that Andy and Dane have been training for over a year, and now Decker uses circling, amongst his other skills to help Silicon Valley companies as a consultant to boost their success.This organization is committed to fostering authentic, flourishing relationships. For most people I’ve met, when I was growing up, that wasn’t even a topic on the menu to talk about. Furthering my education is not just learning accounting or getting my MBA. I think that the community created itself, and we sort of provided. Or, oh my god, that conversation I just had with him, I felt so seen. So you’re saying that it was out of the women desiring their men to go deeper in their ability to relate with the women? Alissa Kriteman: It’s sort of on the court after you’ve had your training, it seems like. Then soon after was a course for women who wanted to take their relationships to a new level. And then once they’re in it, really supporting them in having the kind of relationship that they want.I’m happy to have these two co-founders with us today. So now not only are people aware, hey, that person seems to not only be digging their relationships more than I am, or I’m digging more than I used to. I can actually focus on the art of having more profound intimacy in my life. It’s not as though you offer a seminar, and people go home, and there’s nothing more. Originally, the game nights were, you know, we only had the men’s course at the very beginning. Kendra Cunov: And I really think, that community, it just arose of itself. I just learned something about myself just talking to that guy. They go out, and yeah, that actually created by us having the space for it, they went out and created the community via the distinctions. So there’s plenty of places out there to meet other people. And then once you’re in a relationship, it’s like end of story. Kendra Cunov: And the second piece that I was really just reflecting on right now that’s so distinct, is how as much as of our overt focus is on relationship, really, underneath that, what we bring the focus to is the individual. This is Alissa signing off with Just For Women: Dating, Relationships, and Sex. Even people in San Francisco are like, I just came to get some tips on dating. Here I am, but there’s a relationship out there that I’m going to go after. Travis Decker: It’s a lot more comfortable, I find, for men to think that they just, they just didn’t have enough money. He didn’t have a fancy enough car, I guess, or she wouldn’t go out on a date with him because he didn’t have fancy clothes, or this or that. It’s a lot more comfortable for him to believe that. Once they discover something about themselves, they’re like, wow. Where we would lead a seminar for some of their members about every other month. Kendra Cunov: Depending on our caseloads at the moment.