Start date of this Circle sequence – Wednesday May 19th
Time – 4.30pm PT
Language(s) – English
Location – Online Zoom
Length – 90 minute sessions for 6 weeks
Investment – $100-$125/6 week session; sliding scale
Group Size – Maximum of 6
Contact – Julia Stolk [email protected]
At a time in our shared story, there is so much that we are carrying. So much that may be unexpressed, may be unfelt. The invitation, come into a circle of women where you can be held and witnessed. Sharing Circles, also known as Talking Circles, are based on sacred tradition. In a sharing circle, everyone is equal, and everyone belongs. Here the Sharing Circle begins with a guided meditation, followed by the opening of the space to share about your present moment experience with others in the circle. Each circle is uniquely created based on the intentions and goals of the group.
Participants in this sharing circle will learn and practice the art of inquiry, in the present moment, while being held in a container where everyone is invited to come as they are, with a willingness to be curious, and an opportunity to be nourished.
There will be 2 circle offerings. Each circle participant will have a 30 minute one-to-one meeting with Julia to become acquainted with the mindfulness practice we will be using in the circles. The circles will run for 6 consecutive weeks, each for 90 minutes, and the one-to-one’s will take place the week prior to the first circle gathering. Each circle will have a maximum of 6 participants. Each participant is asked to commit to the 6 week sharing circle cycle.
Events are shown in Pacific Time (PT). Check the details for other time zones such as Eastern Time (ET), GMT (UK time) , Central European Time (CET) or go to http://www.worldtimebuddy.com/ or https://www.timeanddate.com/ to check out the equivalent time for your own location.
Zoom is an online video conferencing platform like Skype. To join the meeting click the link supplied by your host. You can also download the free Zoom app here https://zoom.us/download. It’s a good idea to test the Zoom link on your device by clicking through it sometime before you attend your first Zoom meeting. (If another meeting is in progress that Zoom “room” will be locked.)