With Adam Sippola
Crossover Circle – Relatefulness Fundamentals and Focus Practice
Lake Superior Interfaith Community Church
Sunday, October 16th, 1-3pm
$20 (nobody turned away due to lack of funds)
Relatefulness is an evolving set of practices, methods, and collective ways of experiencing and exploring reality with others in the present moment often pointing us toward more truth and love. In relatefulness circles, we enter into a relational meditation (mindful relating) where we practice “the art of being with” – being with ourselves, with each other, and with what arises in the relational space between us. We gather together and practice bringing our awareness to our experience of the present moment, exploring what it’s like to be us in the emerging now.
If you want more love and honesty in your relationships, and to learn to bring presence and authentic expression into connection, this is for you. Relatefulness can highlight our relational blind spots, help us become aware of our patterns, triggers, shadows, wounds, and adaptive habits, and can have profound impact on our sense of belonging and bring about healing experiences of feeling seen, understood, loved, and whole.
This Crossover Circle isn’t group therapy. Still, subtle and powerful transformation, growth, and wakefulness often happen in practicing relatefulness as we have the opportunity to slow down enough to be with the heart of the moment, and shine the light of awareness on what arises.