It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.
Our circles open up spaces for healing-centered engagements with one another. We recognize that our identities are intersectional, meaning they are shaped by cultural, political and social environments. Our agreements create the container that allows participants of all walks of life to feel safe, speak their truth, and be witnessed, and to connect with their own inner guidance. In Rumi’s words: “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there.”
Women healing from injustice
This circle will be a safe space for women to come together to talk about what matters to us. All too often, we internalize the stressors of oppression, racism, sexism, and inequality and turn them against ourselves. This takes a big toll on us.
It's time for us to stand up for change, use our voices, and be H.E.A.R.D. (Heal, Empower, Accept, Reset, and Discover).Join Wait List
Healing circle for women
For many women, our lives were challenging enough, and now we're affected by unprecedented events that have turned our lives upside down and inside out.
Each day, we watch news of the pandemic, injustices, and a planet in peril. In response, our emotions may vacillate between anxiety and resilience, despair and hope, grief, and love. Just when we need it the most, our normal means of contact, connection, and support have been strained if not uprooted.
Our women’s healing circle offers a safe, supportive space to walk with each other through these times. Each circle is a blend of sharing and silence, compassion, and curiosity. It’s a space where we connect with other women who are experiencing similar challenges, feelings and emotions. Where we can speak truth from our heart without judgment. Our agreements ensure acceptance and confidentiality. We honor our own unique paths to healing and respect the choices of others.Join Wait List
Circles on race and culture
Learning Circle: Owning Our Whiteness 3
For far too long, many of us have been oblivious to our own unwitting participation in systemic racism, sometimes ignorant of our history and our privilege, and often blind to our subtle acts of exclusion.
It is time for white folks to step up – to stop relying on people of color to teach us about racism. It is our work to do. As Kamala Harris said: “There is no vaccine for racism, we have to do the work.”
Come join us for inner healing work to unpack our collective grief, with small steps toward reparation in healing inequity and injustice.
Please commit to all four sessions.Register
Please contact us if you have any questions about this circle.
Healing circles are groups of peers who support one another through deep listening and compassion. Circle participants abide by agreements, including agreements around confidentiality. The volunteers who host healing circles do not provide medical or psychotherapeutic advice or treatment. Participation in a healing circle does not replace the care provided by a qualified healthcare professional.