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Wed, Dec 07


Hope Springs Institute

Circle Immersion: A Practicum For the Inner & Outer of Belonging and Contributing

This Circle Immersion invites an international group to dive deeply into circle. It is centering in the basics, yet it is also going beyond learned practice, daring to move into the lived experience of circle.

Circle Immersion: A Practicum For the Inner & Outer of Belonging and Contributing
Circle Immersion: A Practicum For the Inner & Outer of Belonging and Contributing

Time & Location

Dec 07, 2022, 6:00 PM EST – Dec 11, 2022, 1:00 PM EST

Hope Springs Institute , 4988 Mineral Springs Rd, Peebles, OH 45660, USA

About The Event

Deep. Fun. Easy. So as to reach new levels of belonging and contributing with self and with others. (this Circle Immersion will be held in English) 

 In This Circle Immersion We Will

 *Learn to discern times for formal circle and for informal circle

 *Explore integrated healthy masculine and healthy feminine in circle

 *Hone essences of circle being and doing (showing up, asking questions, listening acutely, speaking honestly,  harvesting emergence, imprinting circle rhythm) *Deepen connection with self, other practitioners, and circumstance *Clarify circle’s cohering possibility with equity, justice, diversity, and inclusion.

 *Engage circle through mandalas, the labyrinth, story council, and play.

                                                                      ~~~~~TO REGISTER, CLICK HERE~~~~~


Quanita Roberson & Tenneson Woolf:

For many years we have been keen students to learn and restore practices that help people turn to one another. We have been highly attentive to things big and small that welcome people everywhere to reclaim dignity of authenticity, wisdom, and soulfulness together. We have learned with heart, brain, and body -- essence skills and vibrations that strengthen circle practice. ​ Circle is the form that we know most helps. As practice. As methodology. As way of being. As way of doing. Just enough format, principle, and practice to welcome more people to a sense of flow.   Our roots and inspirations in circle include West African circle traditions — mentoring from Jojopah Maria Nsoroma and learning from Sobonofu Some and Malidoma Some. More roots and inspirations come from The Circle Way — mentoring and learning from Christina Baldwin, Ann Linnea and other life-long practitioners.


QT Wisdom: Quanita Roberson and Tenneson Woolf have over 40 years of combined experience in the fields of leadership, community, dialogue, and change. They bring unique perspective garnered over the years with good colleagues and friends ​in wide-ranging layers of organizations, systems, and learning communities. They have come together in QT Wisdom to share their gifts.

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