"Touch your inner space, which is nothingness, as silent and empty as the sky; it is your inner sky. Once you settle down in your inner sky, you have come home, and a great maturity arises in your actions, in your behavior. Then whatever you do has grace in it. Then whatever you do is a poetry in itself. You live poetry; your walking becomes dancing, your silence becomes music." --Osho
Every week, our Awakin Circle gathers virtually to connect more deeply with ourselves and with one another. We deepen in friendship and community, inner work and contemplation, and skillful service and external action. We draw inspiration from all of the world’s wisdom traditions – spiritual, indigenous, faith as well as secular.
These gatherings have no set agendas, no teachers or proposed beliefs -- they are simply a space to come together to listen to ourselves and to one another. There is no cost to attend; it is a simple offering in the spirit of co-creating a space for deeper wisdom to emerge, in silence and in community with others. These circles have spread organically around the world through word-of-mouth. They are fluid, and so whoever shows up each time creates the right group.
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--Collective silence for an hour. It is unguided, without any instructions or music. For first-timers, this primer on meditation may be helpful.
--The second hour opens with a short reading (sent out earlier via email), followed by a circle of sharing of "aha" moments from everyday life.
What's the flow? We start with an hour of meditation; that is followed by a circle of sharing.
How many people attend? Serendipity typically brings together 10-30 diverse folks.
I'm not local! People attend this virtual circle from all over the world. Join us!
We are profoundly grateful that our paths have crossed in this sacred way. Please do get in touch if you have any questions. We look forward to growing in stillness and service, together.