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Simple and Easy

by Betty Karr, Justine Toms, Onnolee Stevens, Linda Merryman Betty Karr - “Simple and easy” implies a way of being in the world that brings about a feeling of harmony, balance and ease. The deepest sense of reality at the highest expansion is seen as perfect love. At that level we have no resistance to vibrations or […]
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Winter Solstice Musings

by Jean Shinoda Bolen. M.D. The winter solstice is the longest night of the year and a turning point, after which each day thereafter will become imperceptibly a little longer. It celebrates the returning of the light and the deepest reaches of darkness.
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Circle Newsletter

By Penny McManigal The Millionth Circle began with a mission to encourage others to create circles, believing that when enough people have come together to speak in sacred circles that a critical mass will be achieved and the world will finally be able to birth a shift, a paradigm change, one which can support all […]
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A Young Women's Circle

by Andrea Wachter In October 2004, at a Millionth Circle workshop at Gather the Women in Dallas, Texas, I committed to begin a circle for women in their 30s and 40s. I felt my participation in a circle with a sacred center had been so nourishing, liberating and empowering that I wanted to bring these […]
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Using the Circle in our Business

by Justine Toms For the past two or three years we have developed a circle process at work. It has slowly evolved into both a nurturing and productive way of meeting in a business setting.
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From the Heart of the Circle: Circle Experiences and Gatherings

by Linda Merryman A group of Ashland area women met to discuss what as elders we might offer the community. The circle was called by email invitation to women who had attended a Grandmother Council last year. One woman agreed to host the 2 hour Sunday afternoon circle. Another agreed to co hostess. Onzie and […]
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Grandmothers Standing for Peace in Lithia Park

by Leslie Lanes The Millionth Circle Conveners, the Board of an International Initiative that promotes the circle way of gathering, met in Ashland the last weekend of March. Associates of the Millionth Circle use and teach circle principals in different places in the world with the goal to seed, nurture and connect circles as a […]
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Rose Circle: An Opportunity for Our Daughters

by Leslie Lanes "How might your life have been different if there had been a place for you? A place for you to go…a place of women, to help you learn the ways of woman…a place where you were nurtured from an ancient flow sustaining you and steadying you as you sought to become yourself?" […]
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Open Circle

By Judy Grosch Munich, Germany In our small Bavarian village we have an open circle for women that meets every second Tuesday evening of the month, The circle was born two years ago at our first International Women’s Day Supper inspired by the Gather the Women website. On that evening after a delightful get-together one […]
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One Woman Standing Locally For Peace

By Linda Merryman I go this morning a little before 8 to join "The Great Silent Grandmother Gathering" in Lithia Park in Ashland, Oregon. Like local author Sharon Mehdi's book by that title, it's mostly women and a few men. It's cool and the sun is starting to warm the dew covered grass. I have […]
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