San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
February 20 - Experienced Circlers Only 7:30 - 9:30 REGISTER: https://circling.eventbrite.com/
February 27 - Community Night - Beginners and Experienced Circlers 7:30 - 10:30
March 6 - Experienced Circlers Only 7:30 - 9:30 REGISTER: https://circling.eventbrite.com/
March 13 - Beginners 6:30-9:30, Experienced Circlers Join 7:30 REGISTER: https://circling.eventbrite.com/
March 20 - Experienced Circlers Only 7:30 - 9:30 REGISTER: https://circling.eventbrite.com/
March 27 - Community Night - Beginners and Experienced Circlers 7:30 - 10:30 REGISTER: https://communitycircling.eventbrite.com
April 3 - Experienced Circlers Only 7:30 - 9:30 REGISTER: https://circling.eventbrite.com/
Please be punctual and check-in prior to start time in order to support the flow of the evening. Late arrivers may need to wait until the second circle to join if the first circle has already begun.
Each Circling Lab will be facilitated by a trained Circling Facilitator.
Participation is limited
Registering guarantees your spot
***NOTE: if you are new to Circling you must attend an intro session before participating in a Circling Lab. Intro sessions are offered one Monday each month from 6:30-7:15 and the last Monday of each month at our Community Circling Nights during the 7:30-10:30 pm event
What’s it like to experience Circling?
What are the benefits of Circling?
Circling is a fresh way to develop presence and richer connections with those around you. It can provide fundamental and often unseen insights that, once seen, create new and exciting opportunities. It provides a doorway into flow experiences and breathes life into sometimes vague spiritual concepts and ideas.
Through Circling individuals can start to develop trust in a deeper intelligence in themselves and others. Part of what makes it special is that, although it is based on complex ideas, it is simple and empowering to take part in. We believe it to be one of the richest tools for human development in the world today because it works on so many levels.
What is Circling?
Circling is a practice where the attention of a small group is skillfully focused on an individual. This person gets to feel the impact of being supportively seen by others while also experiencing their honest in the moment feelings. The process revolves around connection, understanding and a deep authenticity between people. It involves bringing a greater awareness and appreciation into our connections with others and can be considered a relational meditation because of this. It is a paradigm-shifting practice that is supported by wide ranging research in how adults learn and develop. For more about information about Circling visit AuthenticWorld.com or www.circlingeurope.com
In order to secure a spot, you must pay in advance on Eventbrite.
If you have any questions about Circling, The Connection Movement and Authentic Relating NYC please contact Amy directly at amy@TheConnectionMovement.com
When & Where
The Connection Movement
TheConnectionMovement is committed to reviving human connection with ourselves and each other. We are a growing International community that shares a commitment to deeper connection and richer communication in our lives.
An oasis and playground for connection, TheConnectionMovement meets 6-10 times per month in New York City and is launching soon in Charleston, SC, Southern Florida, Hawaii, and Barcelona. Our get-togethers include public engagement social experiments, social gatherings, a deep and powerful inter-relational meditation practice called "Circling", and "Connection Labs" (structured activities that flex and engage our empathy, playfulness, listening, self-expression, and vulnerabilty). The foundational principles and tools we engage with are inspired by the teachings of NonViolent Communication, Circling Europe, The Circling Institute, Authentic World, Ken Wilber's Integral Practices, and Creative Drama.
Founded in 2012 by Dan Sieling and Amy Silverman under the original name "Authentic Relating NY", TheConnectionMovement is directed and facilitated by Amy Silverman. www.AmySilverman.com