The Circle Way helps women of the Diné, Navajo Nation, as they strive for self-sufficiency, self-awareness, and self-leadership.
By using The Circle Way, a retreat facilitator deepens the experience that participants have at her yoga and meditation at retreats.
As old team members leave and new ones arrive, The Circle Way helps a board set aside the past and get present in today.
In all the ways that circle can enrich gatherings of people, the use of ceremony is one of the sweetest.
Feeling disconnection from existing religious institutions and a desire for a deeper spiritual life, a group of friends creates a "spirit group" to reconnect.
At a time when the practice of medicine is growing increasingly technical and scientific, circle enables physicians to embrace their humanity and helps them rediscover why they became physicians in the first place.
On introducing talking deeply about tough world issues at a dinner party and communicating support and healing deeply using circle.
The adaptability of the structure of circle and how it can be successfully introduced into both social and business settings.
On circling your way through academia.