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January 27, 2014
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Men's or Women's groups/circles

Recently after having finished a men's circle lead by a professional lasting 12 weeks meeting once a week for 3 hours I finally found a space to express vulnerability and connect with other men in ways that our culture encourages us not to. This provided much needed grounding and clarity two things I think are in short supply in our current version of our ever changing global human story. Following this positive event in my life there was enough interested and men to begin organizing our own circles.

We chose to make our circle free and open so that any man can attend or join at any time without fear of missing a week or for any issue surrounding scarcity. This has been a wonderful experiment and the level of sharing ones inner story has simply been enlightening and comforting. 

I highly recommend others to think about if this something you might be interested in exploring. If so I am happy to share whatever details that might be of benefit.

thanks,

Rose

 

 

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