What can we learn when the bells - intended to be used to honour and respect the space for feelings to release - become an instrument of silencing? Shirley Lynn Martin shares her story of the power of the pause.
A Nebraskan learns The Circle Way in the Netherlands and learns about shadow, thanks to participants from around the globe.
Seven co-workers — two of whom aren't even talking to each other — meet for a half day with the intention getting unstuck and back on track. Can The Circle Way help?
By using The Circle Way, a retreat facilitator deepens the experience that participants have at her yoga and meditation at retreats.
On deepening a discussion group’s conversations using The Circle Way.
Using circle with a congregation the get through an impasse and work together to sit in the unknown to discover how to move forward.
On circling your way through academia.
On using circle to allow even the most outspoken activists be heard by each other.
On adapting the "bones" of circle process to different groups and trusting when and how to introduce certain aspects of the practice.
On the optimistic work for running circle practicums.
On circle teaching it's participants and facilitators that one person's voice, one person's courageous actions, in a group of people practicing Circle in its many variations, can, and does, make a difference.
On using circle to bring together a group of employees from different business units and transforming the animosity and fear they held for each other to a genuine willingness and understanding to work together.
On using circle as a way to teach, discuss, share and create safe space in a Gender and Sexuality seminar college classroom.