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Circle Stories From The Heart
A collection of stories, reflections, home practices, and more from circle members and facilitators of the Way of the Circle Centre.
To Gain insight from our Triggers, we have to look deeper These guidelines can help you discover deeper meaning and restore harmony. While tending her garden Martha shares how things that trigger us can be opportunities that are ripe for insight and healing. In our Heart Wisdom Healing Retreats, our leadership team and participants are
water teaches us to focus on where we want to go and not to take it personally when discomfort precedes transformation. My work involves holding space for groups of people to illuminate their shadows, face their fears and embrace the gifts that have been waiting to be discovered, so they can live more meaningful lives
Over the past couple years of pandemic isolation, uncertainty and stress, I was feeling disconnected from myself and I was hoping that the retreat would help me “reset” and feel nourished.
What I experienced at Heartwood was beyond my expectations. Although I had a strong feeling it would be a special experience, I was surprised by how deeply the retreat impacted me.
Have you ever wondered why circle members come back to 4-day Heart Foundation programs season after season? It’s so the deep transformation we experience in a circle has a chance to anchor in our daily lives. As we build onto a strong foundation, we can continue to evolve the practices and deepen our understanding of connection for embodied living.
A week after a Heart Foundation retreat, we host a call for all participants to join. It helps to see each other again and collect the wisdom and insights we received. At the end of this call, we often close with someone weaving what’s been shared into a closing statement. Sometimes, like at Heart Blossom
The recent Heart Flow retreat began with an invitation to ‘‘Wander with Wonder’ connecting with what was emerging in the natural world around us. Engaging our childlike wonder is a key to transforming heaviness into lightness from fiddleheads to wonder wands, we were creating space for new life to emerge. What might it be like to
A guide to evoking your inner wisdom. By Trae Robinson When answering the phone at the Way of the Circle Centre the first words we often hear on the other end of the line are, “Hi, I am looking for a Shaman”. Equally, calls come from compassionate people who say, “I am a Shamanic Healer.
“I want to know what sustains you from the inside when all else falls away.” – Oriah Mountain Dreamer This line from the poem ‘The Invitation” comes to me, as I navigate the unpredictable times in which we are living. I go to the bookshelf to locate the book the famous poem is in. Of