Wise Women Circle
There is so much that is wrong in the world at the moment that I often feel at a loss just thinking about it. Without getting into it all, it is apparent that there is a great need for healing on a massive scale, in all areas of life. Some of the healing that is required, will only happen through women supporting women.
I have attended many circles and courses for women and have experienced first hand the transformation and deep healing that can happen through connection with and support of each other.
I was encouraged by a friend to set up a women’s circle in my own location but for some reason, I was a little resistant or maybe even scared, so I kept putting it on the back burner. However, in 2021, it became something I just couldn’t ignore anymore so I started an online women’s circle. Since then it has evolved into wellness events, talks, and gatherings for women.
For dates and details on the next women’s gathering see the Ways of the Heart Instagram page or sign up for my newsletter (at the bottom of the page).
Concept of women's circles
For thousands of years, women have gathered in circle to share wisdom and experience, support each other and to celebrate and honour rites of passage, menstrual cycles, moon cycles, seasonal cycles, and the change of life. Unfortunately, these circles started to dwindle for various reasons but in recent years there has been a rekindling of circles happening around the world.
A women’s circle is essentially a safe space where women of all ages can come together to share their wisdom and life experience, to express their emotions and feelings, and to embrace their Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine energies.
What happens in a women's circle?
Anything and everything… Each circle is different and can include any of the following: intention setting, meditation, sharing, discussion, yoga, breathwork, dancing, singing, ceremony, swimming, drumming, poetry, crafts, journaling etc.
Guidelines of the circle
- In the circle no one is higher than the other
- Everything that is shared is confidential.
- When someone is sharing we don’t interrupt their process or offer advice.
- When someone is sharing we simply listen with compassion.