Centering Circles are live, on-line sessions offering a space to get quiet, reflect, share and hear what’s happening within you and others. By turning our attention inward to reflect what’s happening within us and around us, we become more able handle complexity, to sustain our energy and to lead with integrity.
As I write this, I’m turning 50. It feels like quite a milestone. The stone tablet, placed along the roadside, marking the distance along the path of life, probably closer to the end than the beginning.
Please join me for one or both of the final two Centering Circles - virtual, small group gatherings to reflect on and integrate what's happening within and around us.
During this unprecedented time, many people are finding that by reflecting on and integrating what's happening to them, they can experience more resilience and wholeness. From this place, they can also be of more service to those around them.
For eight weeks, I'll be offering one-hour, weekly Centering Circles, virtual group gatherings that provide a space to pause and connect with yourself.
Are you looking to touch base with yourself and listen deeply to what is moving through you during this unprecedented time? Join me for a one-hour guided journaling exercise inspired by the work of the Presencing Institute's Theory U and the Center for Courage & Renewal. All you need is a quiet space, a pen and some paper. All sharing will be voluntary.
As a parent of a young adult with physical and developmental disability and multiple chronic conditions and as a healthcare change agent, I’ve been thinking about how paradigms in healthcare influence how I see and experience my life and my work. In particular, I’m noticing how a new paradigm in particular is giving me a greater sense of ease and effectiveness.