Feb
24
Mon
Healing Circle for Men (Full)
Feb 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Healing Circle for Men (Full) @ Langley | Washington | United States

The Healing Circles for Men held here are based on the same agreements, philosophy, and general format that all of our circles share. For those of you unfamiliar with Healing Circles Langley, we provide a protected space where anyone can explore and engage in their own healing—and by “healing” we go back to the root of the word, “to make whole.” Healing Circles Langley is also rooted in the dual tenets that each person has influence over their own healing, and that influence is most effective when in a community of others.

Circles here are hosted rather led or facilitated, are peer-based rather than therapy-driven, and are founded on 5 agreements:

  1. We treat each other with kindness and respect
  2. We listen to each other with compassion and curiosity
  3. We honor each other’s unique way to healing and do not presume to advise, fix, or save one another
  4. We hold all shared stories in utmost confidence
  5. We trust that each of us has guidance we need within us and will sometimes rely on the power of silence to access it

Our tradition is deeply influenced by—and extremely grateful for—the PeerSpirit/Circle Way approach to circles. During most of our circles we typically make use of a talking stick or stone during sharing rounds, lean heavily on the campfire metaphor, often pause for silence, and frequently use poetry. We typically have no agenda other than expressing what’s on one’s mind at the moment and then taking it from there.

[Sorry! This circle is currently at capacity. If you’d like to be put on a waiting list we’ll try to fit you in when space becomes available or when a new Healing Circle for Men is being formed.]

Mar
2
Mon
Healing Circle for Caregivers
Mar 2 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Healing Circle for Caregivers @ Langley | Washington | United States

This healing circle is a nurturing, supportive place where anyone who cares for others—parent, spouse, friend, or child—can have time to care of yourself and share with other caregivers. This is intended to be an ongoing bi-weekly circle with a recurring group of participants.

Host: Linda Henderson

This is NOT a drop-in circle.

Before attending you need to contact Linda via e-mail: lindakh1515@gmail.com

 

Mar
9
Mon
Healing Circle for Men (Full)
Mar 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Healing Circle for Men (Full) @ Langley | Washington | United States

The Healing Circles for Men held here are based on the same agreements, philosophy, and general format that all of our circles share. For those of you unfamiliar with Healing Circles Langley, we provide a protected space where anyone can explore and engage in their own healing—and by “healing” we go back to the root of the word, “to make whole.” Healing Circles Langley is also rooted in the dual tenets that each person has influence over their own healing, and that influence is most effective when in a community of others.

Circles here are hosted rather led or facilitated, are peer-based rather than therapy-driven, and are founded on 5 agreements:

  1. We treat each other with kindness and respect
  2. We listen to each other with compassion and curiosity
  3. We honor each other’s unique way to healing and do not presume to advise, fix, or save one another
  4. We hold all shared stories in utmost confidence
  5. We trust that each of us has guidance we need within us and will sometimes rely on the power of silence to access it

Our tradition is deeply influenced by—and extremely grateful for—the PeerSpirit/Circle Way approach to circles. During most of our circles we typically make use of a talking stick or stone during sharing rounds, lean heavily on the campfire metaphor, often pause for silence, and frequently use poetry. We typically have no agenda other than expressing what’s on one’s mind at the moment and then taking it from there.

[Sorry! This circle is currently at capacity. If you’d like to be put on a waiting list we’ll try to fit you in when space becomes available or when a new Healing Circle for Men is being formed.]

Mar
16
Mon
Healing Circle for Caregivers
Mar 16 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Healing Circle for Caregivers @ Langley | Washington | United States

This healing circle is a nurturing, supportive place where anyone who cares for others—parent, spouse, friend, or child—can have time to care of yourself and share with other caregivers. This is intended to be an ongoing bi-weekly circle with a recurring group of participants.

Host: Linda Henderson

This is NOT a drop-in circle.

Before attending you need to contact Linda via e-mail: lindakh1515@gmail.com

 

Mar
23
Mon
Healing Circle for Men (Full)
Mar 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Healing Circle for Men (Full) @ Langley | Washington | United States

The Healing Circles for Men held here are based on the same agreements, philosophy, and general format that all of our circles share. For those of you unfamiliar with Healing Circles Langley, we provide a protected space where anyone can explore and engage in their own healing—and by “healing” we go back to the root of the word, “to make whole.” Healing Circles Langley is also rooted in the dual tenets that each person has influence over their own healing, and that influence is most effective when in a community of others.

Circles here are hosted rather led or facilitated, are peer-based rather than therapy-driven, and are founded on 5 agreements:

  1. We treat each other with kindness and respect
  2. We listen to each other with compassion and curiosity
  3. We honor each other’s unique way to healing and do not presume to advise, fix, or save one another
  4. We hold all shared stories in utmost confidence
  5. We trust that each of us has guidance we need within us and will sometimes rely on the power of silence to access it

Our tradition is deeply influenced by—and extremely grateful for—the PeerSpirit/Circle Way approach to circles. During most of our circles we typically make use of a talking stick or stone during sharing rounds, lean heavily on the campfire metaphor, often pause for silence, and frequently use poetry. We typically have no agenda other than expressing what’s on one’s mind at the moment and then taking it from there.

[Sorry! This circle is currently at capacity. If you’d like to be put on a waiting list we’ll try to fit you in when space becomes available or when a new Healing Circle for Men is being formed.]

Mar
30
Mon
Healing Circle for Men (Full)
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Healing Circle for Men (Full) @ Langley | Washington | United States

The Healing Circles for Men held here are based on the same agreements, philosophy, and general format that all of our circles share. For those of you unfamiliar with Healing Circles Langley, we provide a protected space where anyone can explore and engage in their own healing—and by “healing” we go back to the root of the word, “to make whole.” Healing Circles Langley is also rooted in the dual tenets that each person has influence over their own healing, and that influence is most effective when in a community of others.

Circles here are hosted rather led or facilitated, are peer-based rather than therapy-driven, and are founded on 5 agreements:

  1. We treat each other with kindness and respect
  2. We listen to each other with compassion and curiosity
  3. We honor each other’s unique way to healing and do not presume to advise, fix, or save one another
  4. We hold all shared stories in utmost confidence
  5. We trust that each of us has guidance we need within us and will sometimes rely on the power of silence to access it

Our tradition is deeply influenced by—and extremely grateful for—the PeerSpirit/Circle Way approach to circles. During most of our circles we typically make use of a talking stick or stone during sharing rounds, lean heavily on the campfire metaphor, often pause for silence, and frequently use poetry. We typically have no agenda other than expressing what’s on one’s mind at the moment and then taking it from there.

[Sorry! This circle is currently at capacity. If you’d like to be put on a waiting list we’ll try to fit you in when space becomes available or when a new Healing Circle for Men is being formed.]

Apr
6
Mon
Healing Circle for Caregivers
Apr 6 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Healing Circle for Caregivers @ Langley | Washington | United States

This healing circle is a nurturing, supportive place where anyone who cares for others—parent, spouse, friend, or child—can have time to care of yourself and share with other caregivers. This is intended to be an ongoing bi-weekly circle with a recurring group of participants.

Host: Linda Henderson

This is NOT a drop-in circle.

Before attending you need to contact Linda via e-mail: lindakh1515@gmail.com

 

Apr
13
Mon
Healing Circle for Men (Full)
Apr 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Healing Circle for Men (Full) @ Langley | Washington | United States

The Healing Circles for Men held here are based on the same agreements, philosophy, and general format that all of our circles share. For those of you unfamiliar with Healing Circles Langley, we provide a protected space where anyone can explore and engage in their own healing—and by “healing” we go back to the root of the word, “to make whole.” Healing Circles Langley is also rooted in the dual tenets that each person has influence over their own healing, and that influence is most effective when in a community of others.

Circles here are hosted rather led or facilitated, are peer-based rather than therapy-driven, and are founded on 5 agreements:

  1. We treat each other with kindness and respect
  2. We listen to each other with compassion and curiosity
  3. We honor each other’s unique way to healing and do not presume to advise, fix, or save one another
  4. We hold all shared stories in utmost confidence
  5. We trust that each of us has guidance we need within us and will sometimes rely on the power of silence to access it

Our tradition is deeply influenced by—and extremely grateful for—the PeerSpirit/Circle Way approach to circles. During most of our circles we typically make use of a talking stick or stone during sharing rounds, lean heavily on the campfire metaphor, often pause for silence, and frequently use poetry. We typically have no agenda other than expressing what’s on one’s mind at the moment and then taking it from there.

[Sorry! This circle is currently at capacity. If you’d like to be put on a waiting list we’ll try to fit you in when space becomes available or when a new Healing Circle for Men is being formed.]

Apr
20
Mon
Healing Circle for Caregivers
Apr 20 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Healing Circle for Caregivers @ Langley | Washington | United States

This healing circle is a nurturing, supportive place where anyone who cares for others—parent, spouse, friend, or child—can have time to care of yourself and share with other caregivers. This is intended to be an ongoing bi-weekly circle with a recurring group of participants.

Host: Linda Henderson

This is NOT a drop-in circle.

Before attending you need to contact Linda via e-mail: lindakh1515@gmail.com

 

Apr
27
Mon
Healing Circle for Men (Full)
Apr 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Healing Circle for Men (Full) @ Langley | Washington | United States

The Healing Circles for Men held here are based on the same agreements, philosophy, and general format that all of our circles share. For those of you unfamiliar with Healing Circles Langley, we provide a protected space where anyone can explore and engage in their own healing—and by “healing” we go back to the root of the word, “to make whole.” Healing Circles Langley is also rooted in the dual tenets that each person has influence over their own healing, and that influence is most effective when in a community of others.

Circles here are hosted rather led or facilitated, are peer-based rather than therapy-driven, and are founded on 5 agreements:

  1. We treat each other with kindness and respect
  2. We listen to each other with compassion and curiosity
  3. We honor each other’s unique way to healing and do not presume to advise, fix, or save one another
  4. We hold all shared stories in utmost confidence
  5. We trust that each of us has guidance we need within us and will sometimes rely on the power of silence to access it

Our tradition is deeply influenced by—and extremely grateful for—the PeerSpirit/Circle Way approach to circles. During most of our circles we typically make use of a talking stick or stone during sharing rounds, lean heavily on the campfire metaphor, often pause for silence, and frequently use poetry. We typically have no agenda other than expressing what’s on one’s mind at the moment and then taking it from there.

[Sorry! This circle is currently at capacity. If you’d like to be put on a waiting list we’ll try to fit you in when space becomes available or when a new Healing Circle for Men is being formed.]

May
4
Mon
Healing Circle for Caregivers
May 4 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Healing Circle for Caregivers @ Langley | Washington | United States

This healing circle is a nurturing, supportive place where anyone who cares for others—parent, spouse, friend, or child—can have time to care of yourself and share with other caregivers. This is intended to be an ongoing bi-weekly circle with a recurring group of participants.

Host: Linda Henderson

This is NOT a drop-in circle.

Before attending you need to contact Linda via e-mail: lindakh1515@gmail.com

 

May
11
Mon
Healing Circle for Men (Full)
May 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Healing Circle for Men (Full) @ Langley | Washington | United States

The Healing Circles for Men held here are based on the same agreements, philosophy, and general format that all of our circles share. For those of you unfamiliar with Healing Circles Langley, we provide a protected space where anyone can explore and engage in their own healing—and by “healing” we go back to the root of the word, “to make whole.” Healing Circles Langley is also rooted in the dual tenets that each person has influence over their own healing, and that influence is most effective when in a community of others.

Circles here are hosted rather led or facilitated, are peer-based rather than therapy-driven, and are founded on 5 agreements:

  1. We treat each other with kindness and respect
  2. We listen to each other with compassion and curiosity
  3. We honor each other’s unique way to healing and do not presume to advise, fix, or save one another
  4. We hold all shared stories in utmost confidence
  5. We trust that each of us has guidance we need within us and will sometimes rely on the power of silence to access it

Our tradition is deeply influenced by—and extremely grateful for—the PeerSpirit/Circle Way approach to circles. During most of our circles we typically make use of a talking stick or stone during sharing rounds, lean heavily on the campfire metaphor, often pause for silence, and frequently use poetry. We typically have no agenda other than expressing what’s on one’s mind at the moment and then taking it from there.

[Sorry! This circle is currently at capacity. If you’d like to be put on a waiting list we’ll try to fit you in when space becomes available or when a new Healing Circle for Men is being formed.]