SACRED WOMEN'S CIRCLE
A fortnightly safe space for spiritual women to gather, heal, learn and develop.
We hold space for one another while we share our past experiences,
engage in new experiences and learn together.
Who are we?
Put simply, we are women (all who identify as) who understand and respect the power and importance of the divine feminine.
The circle is a way for us to connect. Creating a safe space where you can feel heard, collaborate, learn and develop yourself through shared wisdom.
Women have gathered for deeper connections through discussion and experience since the times of the ancients. It is up to us to continue this tradition and create new ones, together.
We take the empowered, spiritual and metaphysical approach and combine that with our everyday experiences.
Who is this right for?
✔️ A woman just starting, well on or experienced in her spiritual path.
✔️ A woman with an open mind.
✔️ A woman leading with an open heart or wanting to.
✔️ A woman looking to connect deeper with other women.
✔️ A woman that thrives on nourishing her mind with the beauty life has to offer.
What We Do
✨ Chakra cleansing meditation intended to anchor us in the present moment and open us to the learnings of this encounter.
✨ Opening our circle through the introduction and acknowledgement of each member.
✨ Introducing the theme of the evening and opening the floor for the women who would like to share and let their voices be heard (only if you are comfortable, listening is equally valued)
✨ Experience a spiritual activity and work with energy. Putting what we preach into practice
✨ Partake in a variety of activities that open the conversation and create a harmonic flow.
✨ Achievements show and tell where you are encouraged to share what you do to connect with potential clients, customers and collaborators. Accompanied by tea.
✨ Closing the circle by recapping and saying thanks.
Why we do this
The most fascinating thing about a women's circle is that you will very quickly realise just how much we have in common. You will notice a pattern in the struggles and fears we share as women and just how many of us feel alone, not good enough and even silenced. No matter your walk of life, ethnicity, religion, on some level this reigns true.
This may sound like a bad thing, but it is in that realisation and working through that trauma that we learn to lean on one another and ask for help. By doing this, we grow stronger individually and as a collective.
We as women need not only to communicate better and create deeper networks but do more to support each other. Really walk the walk and champion each other through all the different avenues of life whether that be relationships, spirituality, businesses or just basic personal development.
It is no longer enough to say that we support women, we must put that into action and be there holding one another up so that we can succeed in our journey.