Circling and Authentic Relating

authentic relating self development self leadership communication expression and creativity embodiment and wellbeing circling togetherness self enquiry effective altruism ea peter limberg john vervaeke wisdom practice relational intelligence
Hosted by Collective Intelligence with Adam Wilder
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What's it like to be you?

Circling is a 21st-century wisdom practice based on numerous cutting-edge but simple techniques that support you in finding what is most true to you and communicating this powerfully and naturally.

This evening offers an opportunity to explore more of who you really are by inviting you to join in with practices that take the awkwardness and difficulty out of connecting and enable us to experience a sense of presence and profound connection with ourselves and others.

★★★★★

There is a brilliance in my emotional state that does not lend itself well to words, but without a doubt circling is a practice that I would not only recommend but encourage everyone to try. 

Katja - Designer

It widens your perspectives and your ability to receive and stay open to others and nurtures 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.

The Skydome, our venue which holds a max of 12 people

★★★★★

We started the evening as total strangers and ended having seen something breathtaking in each other.

It was a gentle journey that took us somewhere quite profound

Rich W - Marketing Strategist

Circling stands on the pillars of the wisdom of generations that can be uniquely woven and distilled into a hugely practical and useful technology to create change. Without such contemporary profound access to the world’s best knowledge and practice on how humans can grow and develop, this would likely not have been possible. At the same time, it includes century’s old ‘Circle Wisdom’.

It’s also simple at its core, very human and essentially about unveiling the things that get in the way of the love and clarity between us.

 

What makes it 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 richness and mystery at the heart of our being.

 

On the day

We will explore the foundational practices of presence and connection before diving into Circles. As we practice, we gain awareness of different parts of our experience.

Every circle is different, but they usually involve sharing with each other what we are noticing about our thinking, physical sensations and emotions. We follow our curiosity about what it is like to be me, to be you, and to be with each other.

During the practice, self-leadership and self-responsibility are encouraged. The most common format of a circle is a ‘birthday’ circle, where the group explores one person’s world for a period of time (perhaps 20 minutes).

Circling develops our skills for any relationship, be it with colleagues, housemates, friends, family members, clients or romantic partners.

We will provide teas and snacks.

★★★★★

I have a wonderful sense of calm that I have rarely experienced in life. My body feels supple and relaxed, like it’s been washed through. I am finding a new ability to observe the world and everything looks slightly different to how I thought.

Oli, participant

★★★★★

After the session, I was feeling empowered, grounded and eager to learn more. 

Makaila, participant.

★★★★★

I felt energised, warm and content, with the satisfaction of having touched the essential things that make us human beings. The session was welcoming, playful and above all safe.

 Marina, participant

 

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