In any circle practice, structure is an invitation to personal and collective maturation.
In all the ways that circle can enrich gatherings of people, the use of ceremony is one of the sweetest.
On teaching circle to Europeans primed for leadership and experimentation of processes in Germany, using circle to discuss health, governance and travel in a Zimbabwean village, and leading a circle practicum that brought together diverse groups in Cape Town.
On remembering and practicing the ability to transform energy within ourselves and in circle by observing and listening to the trees.
On starting every meeting with circle and how it connects us to each other, the world and the larger issues at play.
On the optimistic work for running circle practicums.
Ann Linnea shares this story from Whidbey Island, Washington which shows a way that circle helped her create a meaningful experience out of her son’s high school graduation.
On using The Circle Way in relationship with your partner to provide a mutually acknowledged moment to bring topics forward, a respectful way to speak and listen, and a safe "place" to leave the conversation and go on about your lives.