WHAT IS "CIRCLE?"
How do you feel when you return from an EVENT, a weekend away, a re-treat?
I always returned, wanting MORE.
And so...I re-created CIRCLE...
Imagine gathering in a safe, supportive environment,
with similarly situated souls
seeking space and time for respectful connection and reflection.
After enjoying a centering meditation,
we open our hearts and engage fully
in expertly facilitated discussion and reflective, connective exercises.
While the subject matter of each Circle differs,
the process always includes slowing down and pausing
to reflect, to connect, to gently encourage
you to become more of who you came to be,
by creating space to dive deeper,
by exploring possibilities,
by creating community to support your dreaming and envisioning possibilities.
Prepare to be uncomfortable:
Change does not happen in your comfort zone.
Prepare to be inspired!
You will be stimulated from a variety of resources
and most of all, by the stories shared.
Being in Circle is an ancient way of socializing...
which we bring forward
to the present time
when we are all interconnected
and yet so often feel isolated on our journey.
Consider Circle an oasis in your harried life:
time out of time
a safe space
where you will be inspired to become an even better version of You!
"Circle is my favorite place to be - there is no place quite like it!
The intentional space we create together in Circle is one of deep connection,
mutual respect and creative collaboration.
This resonant field energizes, inspires and supports each of us
to see and be seen,
to listen and be heard,
all the while becoming better versions of ourselves.
By deliberately changing the conversation in the safe container of a Circle,
we are modeling the new, emerging culture...and it is beautiful to behold!" Susan Lucci
previous CIRCLE TOPICS:
Living More Mindfully
Let's Get Passionate about Purpose!
Creating Community..... and more!
"The reality which is most immediate to us cannot be stated....Our Inner language is more like music."
David Bohm, a scientist who believed that the dialogue process was the active information that would clear up societal problems