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Multiple reasons why everyone should be a part of our healing circle and / or join one in your area or at best create your own healing circle and intentional community to heal! RSVP 718-783-3465

 Multiple reasons why everyone should be a part of our healing circle and / or join one in your area or at best create your own healing circle and intentional community to heal! RSVP 718-783-3465
 

If it touches the heart, if it helps guide us on our path, it’s a Healing Circle.

Every Friday 8 pm Illumination Holistic Health Center 138 Saint James Place BKLYN, NY  11238  

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What are Healing Circles? 

Healing Circles help us step out of ordinary time into a safe and accepting environment in which to explore our healing. 

  • With open minds, we explore together ways of deepening our capacity to heal, alleviating our suffering, and finding meaning in both challenge and joy. 
  • With open hearts, we access our own inner guidance to understand where the greatest healing—in body, emotions, mind and spirit—can occur. 
What agreements protect a circle? 
We treat each other with kindness and respect. 

  • We listen with compassion and curiosity. 
  • We honor each other’s unique ways to healing and don’t presume to advise or fix or try to save each other 
  • We hold all stories shared in the Circle confidential. 
  • We trust each of us has guidance we need within us and we rely on the power of silence to access it. 
What are the practices of a Healing Circle? 
Listen with attention. 

  • Speak with intention. 
  • Tend to the well-being of the whole Healing Circle. 
What are the Circle roles? 
Every member of the circle has an equal voice and is responsible for the leadership of their own healing. 

  • 3 roles can help the circle flow smoothly: 
    • The Host convenes and pays attention to flow of the circle. 
    • The Guardian watches time, holds the bell, and protects the agreements. 
    • A scribe can keep notes if the circle chooses. 
  • When a Circle has done its work, the Host should know how and when to end the Circle well. 

 

 

 

How do I prepare to host a Healing Circle? 

Create a beautiful welcoming space—clean, well-lit, comfortable chairs 

  • Create a center for the Circle – candle, flowers, or shared object. 
  • Allow a time for social interaction—refreshments, warm welcome, casual conversation 
  • Create a smooth transition from welcoming time to Circle time. 
What’s a simple, sample Healing Circle? 
Entering the Circle – silence, candle, and optional (poem, music, etc.) 

  • Check in/Heart sharing – talking stick mode – can be more than one round 
  • Harvesting/Learning – learn from collective wisdom in room or outside resources; can be done in conversational mode. 
  • Close/ Leaving the Circle 
  • Note: Importance of social time before and after Circle 
What are other types of Healing Circles? 
Healing Circles are safe environments for those with a common condition to share their experiences and harvest collective wisdom. 

  • Discovery Circles are for those who like to process whatever they are facing through a specific form of creative expression. 
  • Learning Circles are for those who share an interest in a topic or wish to develop a healing skill. 
  • Caring Circles support those who care for others, including family, friends, professionals, and volunteers. 
How do we deepen our Circle work? 
By creative expression – Examples: Ritual, art, poetry, music, and movement 

  • By addressing soul questions – Examples: Meaning & purpose, grief, fear, and uncertainty 
  • By energy work – Examples: Healing touch, healing intention, and sensitivities to subtle energies 
  • Deepening our own personal work – Examples: Love, trust, compassion, and gratitude. 
  • By humor and laughter 

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