"Unity, not uniformity. Listening without rushing to fix the problem.
It's going deeper than typical ways of talking and sharing-going down to the place where souls meet and love comes, were separateness drops away and you know these women,
because you are these women."
~Sue Monk Kidd (The Dance of the Dissident Daughter)
*we come to pour out and be poured into
*we come to seek out our path
*we come to gain wisdom and support
*we come for sisterhood
*we come for community
*we honour those who are speaking by engaging in
*we give feedback only when asked
or given permission to do so
*we hold space for one another
*we honour each woman exactly where she is at
*we hold sacred what is said and shared with in our circle
*we do not tear down those who have wronged us
*we do not gossip about others
*we circle with integrity and grace, always holding the bigger picture in view
*everything is held in honour for our highest good
A place for women to
replenish, restore and renew
This is a live, in person, circle that gathers in the privacy and comfort of my home.
We gather Sunday mornings every 4-6 weeks.
Doors open at 9:15 am
Circle is activated at 9:30am
A light lunch is served between 12-12:30
*note: this portion of the gathering is limited to 10 spots*
At 1 pm the teaching/learning/discussion intensive begins.
This year we are moving through the book
"The Women's Wheel of Life"
by Elizabeth Davis and Carol Leonard
*this portion of the gathering is unlimited spots*
Circle is released at 3pm
*Suggested slider offering $30-$60*
Sunday Oct. 28th "Honouring the Grief"
Sunday Nov. 25th "Sisterhood"
Sunday Dec. 16 "The Gift Giving"
click here to sign up..sign up closes Friday night
You will need:
(these items may vary)
study book (see above)
yoga mat or meditation pillow (if you have one)
blanket (if needed)
altar item (this will vary with each circle)
When we gather, we gather to heal, to share our stories in our own voices, to be seen and to be heard. We gather to form a sacred circle of equals, which has no beginning and no end. When women gather, we bare our souls to each other, with Spirit as our witness and our guide.