Online Course

“Introduction to Love School: Learning to End War”

In this series of webinars, Sabine Lichtenfels and Benjamin von Mendelssohn, co-founders of Tamera’s Global Love School, will explore the foundations for a cultural shift in love and sexuality. Today, more and more people are awakening to the need for transformative work, on the personal, social and political levels. Together, we’ll discover the relevance of dissolving jealousy, enlarging the vessels for love and releasing shame around authentic sexual expression.

At the core of the Tamera project stands the insight that there cannot be peace in the world as long as there is war in love. In this course, we’ll ask ourselves: What responsibility do I have for ending war? What do I love when I love? How do I find balance when experiencing the high voltage of love and sexuality? What tools can I use to free myself when I’m caught by jealousy, possessiveness, and fear? What social structures do we need to rebuild to allow for personal evolution?

Our introduction video gives you an overview of the course:
Registration Deadline

October 26, 2023




We’ll experiment with radical trust, using a gift economy model for this course. Please fill out the following questionnaire which will guide you through a process of choosing how much you want to offer.

Program Details

Through interactive question and answer sessions, as well as spaces for deep sharing, we’ll experience the healing potential of community building.

Over six webinars, we’ll enquire:

  • What social architecture is needed to support truth in love and sexuality?
  • How can we move from collective trauma to forgiveness?
  • How can we shift from fear to trust & from jealousy to solidarity?
  • How can intimacy, commitment, and freedom be complimentary, not contradictory?
  • What does it mean to anchor sensual love in the universe?
  • What do queer & Indigenous perspectives bring to the work of healing love in community?

Time Commitment

The webinars will be held interactively via Zoom on:

  • Friday October 27, 17:00-19:00 (UTC+1/WEST)
  • Saturday October 28, 17:00-19:00 (UTC+1/WEST)
  • Sunday October 29, 17:00-19:00 (UTC/WET)
  • Friday November 3, 17:00-19:00 (UTC/WET)
  • Saturday November 4, 17:00-19:00 (UTC/WET)
  • Sunday November 5, 17:00-19:00 (UTC/WET)

The webinars will be recorded and available on the study platform to watch after they have finished. Each webinar will include a lecture and interactive elements: Q&A, conversation, exercises and breakout rooms.