Why circle?

A circle of sisters is a safe place to bring all of ourselves.
A circle of sisters is a mirror.
A circle of sisters is a cheering audience.
A circle of sisters is a place to receive the next puzzle piece.
A circle of sisters is an invitation to come into the present moment.
A circle of sisters is a vibrant environment for cross-pollination.
A circle of sisters is a bowl of warm, nourishing soup made with love.
A circle of sisters is a hothouse for our fledgling gifts and talents.
A circle of sisters is our birthright.
A circle of sisters is a witness to our unfurling and refolding.
A circle of sisters is a place to call home.
A circle of sisters sits with us with what is.
A circle of sisters goes with the flow.
A circle of sisters is a place to listen and realise in the process you have been spoken.
A circle of sisters is where the mysterious language of our energetic bodies exchange, reconnect and heal.
A circle of sisters is where we are truly held to let go and be seen.
A circle of sisters is an ancient rite that we are remembering.
A circle of sisters is where we rest back and reconnect to the joy of being.
A circle of sisters is where we sing, cry, and speak as loud or as soft as we want to.
A circle of sisters is where you tenderly gather yourself in and tend to your innermost needs.
A circle of sisters is where you feel the sweet embrace of Sisters.
A circle of sisters has no beginning and no end, it is a symbol of wholeness, of the Soul and a metaphor for the cycles of life.
A circle of sisters is a place to practice ‘being seen.’
A circle of sisters is a place in which to look at my wounds and to be in the healing of these.
A circle of sisters helps me feel I belong to life even when I feel so separated.
A circle of sisters dares me to connect and to keep returning to connection, to self and to others.
A circle of sisters forms the heart of community.
A circle of sisters becomes a place where the young ones learn about the sacred.
A circle of sisters celebrates and honours rites of passage for all their kin.

Thankyou, dear sisters, for dreaming these words into being with me!

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