A bit longer video clip, going a bit deeper into the concept of Wholeness of Knowing, as an essential element in the practice of Circle of Creation – also the link with being at ease with Not-knowing-yet. Part of an interview for the We-Space Summit, 2018.
Author: Ria Baeck
Why does it feel we need courage to actually do what feels natural in the moment? Snippit from an interview taken for the We-Space Summit, 2018.
Taken from an interview for the We-Space Summit, 2017, this is a clip explaining a bit why developing a framework – with a Circle of Presence and a Circle of Creation – makes sense for a lot of people.
Taken from an interview, from the We-space Summit, of 2017. The little story of how the realisation came that it was not about finding the book that could explain our experiences, but about me, crafting out experiences into a framework that made sense and writing this book!
Most people know the poet David Whyte. As I am not a native English speaker most poetry is way too difficult for me to understand, but David uses a simple language most of the time, that he even repeats – quite helpful for me! David Whyte, with his own style of poetry and own style […]
It was Vanessa Reid, now a dear friend, who spoke first about Conscious Closure; exactly with the story that she tells in this video. At that moment – in a gathering in Greece – it held way more details of course, but it is still quite valid – for everyone in these times when older […]
Larry Merculieff is an indigenous elder from up north in Alaska, who shares wisdom of old ages. His story – image of how women need to hold space for the new to birth, is – was very inspiring to me.
When we are ready to begin again, from that place we interpret as origin, the place of elemental principles and primitives out of which we are born – something curious happens. – Bonnitta Roy – Born in the Middle (part2) Sourcing as collective Some participants in our first Women Moving the Edge gathering felt […]
There are three ways to approach the mystery of the divine. The first practice is prayer. The second is meditation. And the third, and most important, is conversation. – Rumi This section builds on the basic circle practice (see part 3.3). What is explained here might not make much sense if you have no personal […]
When we listen attentively there is neither agreement or disagreement; we are just in a state of attention. – J. Krishnamurti Far away in the heavenly abode of the great god Indra, there is a wonderful net which has been hung by some cunning artificer in such a manner that it stretches out indefinitely […]