Courage Over Comfort Women's Circle
Join us the last Sunday of every month from 1:30-3:30 pm at Hot Yoga Kennesaw
for deep discussion and authentic connection. Scroll down for more info.
In a commitment to respect boundaries around time, we will not open the door to late entry once circle has begun. Please consider the unpredictability of Atlanta traffic and arrive early enough to check in and make payment prior to beginning of circle or pay in advance using payment button below.
February 23: Living Our Values; Exploring what are my 3 core values and how do I live into those
March 29: Blame vs. Accountability
April 26: Archetypes; What are they and how do they show up in my life, both the shadow and light aspects
Link in Meetup with additional info: https://www.meetup.com/Radical-Self-acceptance/events/267611933/
**This group is for women and those who strongly identify as women.
Hot Yoga Kennesaw
3655 Cherokee St.
Kennesaw, GA 30144
$10 for 1 circle, or purchase 4 circle meetings for $25!
That's only $6.25 per circle meeting!
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This group will be limited to 10 participants. Please make sure you reserve your spot by making payment in advance. If you have already purchased a pkg. of 4 circle meetings and plan to attend the upcoming circle, please send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know.
Topics previously explored:
B R A V I N G
Generosity Here is a link to the PDF and description of the acronym.
Below are some great questions for exploring self-trust suing the same BRAVING acronym:
As Brené explains, we can also apply these ingredients to ourselves to get a measure of our self-trust.
B - Did I respect my own boundaries? Was I clear about what’s okay and what’s not okay?
R - Was I reliable? Did I do what I said I was going to do?
A - Did I hold myself accountable?
V - Did I respect the vault and share accordingly?
I - Did I act from my integrity?
N - Did I ask for what I needed? Was I nonjudgemental about needing help?
G - Was I generous towards myself?”
Thought Provoking Questions:
1. What is the relationship between trust and vulnerability?
2. Can you trust someone you fear?
3. Can you respect someone you do not trust, and can you
trust someone you do not respect?
4. How would you rate your own trustworthiness?
"There is no ‘supposed to be’ in bodies. The question is not size of shape or years of age, or even having two of everything, for some do not. But the wild issue is, does this body feel, does it have right connection to pleasure, to heart, to soul, to the wild? Does it have happiness, joy? Can it in its own way move, dance, jiggle, sway, thrust? Nothing else matters."
~Women Who Run With the Wolves