- May 25 2022
- 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
CIRCLING | The missing Link for creating HUMAN CONNECTION | A Nature Experience | Free
This is not a HIKE! We will be stationary at one spot in the forest.
What is Circling?
Circling (also known as InterSubjective Meditation) is an organic, in-the-moment interpersonal process that’s equal parts art form, meditation, and group conversation — all designed to allow a visceral experience of connection and understanding of another person’s world, celebrating who and where they are right now.
Circling is a relational-technology based on numerous cutting-edge but simple practices and distinctions that support you in finding what is most true to you, communicating this powerfully and naturally, widening your perspectives and your ability to receive and stay open to others and nurturing a sense of deep personal and collective trust that is both relieving and generative.
It works within the often unseen fundamental ground of communication and relationship that underpins almost everything.
That’s why we see such strong transformation and development through the practice, because a small change in the areas that most matter can lead to a profound unfolding of potential over time.
It originated from applying meditative awareness onto our connections with others. In the same way a microscope reveals a whole other level of reality, Circling can reveal a new way of being in relationship.
What Makes Circling Different…
While it can have similar benefits to meditation, performance coaching or therapy the point of focus with Circling is what is happening in the present moment in our connections with each other.
There is no trying to get anywhere (although we include our longings and desires); we simply open more skilfully to what is here within us and between us.
With a wide variety of tools we effortlessly uncover blind spots, facilitate powerful trusting relationships, and often experience and open to the mystery at the heart of our being and connection.
What to bring:
– A smile
– An iso mat, blanket or towel to sit on. We will sit on the forest ground and it might be bumpy and wet.
– Some warmer layers of clothing since it might get cool in the evening
– Food to share with the other participants after the event in order to celebrate our first circling experience.
Will be communicated once you got in touch with me.
Depending on the Covid regulation at the time of the event I can pick up 6 people at Heidelberg station.