At the True North Health Center, practitioners meet strict credentialing criteria for their specialty and participate in self-governance through circles of practitioners and staff who meet regularly.
Whether pastor, staff, lay leader, or consultant, questions can open space, invite and evoke insight and wisdom from groups and individuals and change entire cultures. Asking good, open, honest, high-level questions is an art and a science.
How can you hold circle in situations where there is no visible circle shape, no a visible talking piece, and no a visible center?
Being a Keeper of the Trees is not easy, as Jeanie’s story shows. So far, with her help, the forest she loves is standing strong.
Ten volunteers meet via telephone over a twenty-two month period to plan a conference and share leadership and responsibility through The Circle Way.
In Greece, during a time of great upheaval and political unrest, 22 friends, family, and colleagues meet to unlock their hearts and explore the questions: “What do we see happening in our land? How do we feel? What do we practice? What can we do together? And what do we see possible?”