When we gather in a community, rules of engagement help keep the space clear and supportive of all parties who participate. The rules are as follows:
We ask you not to project your healing onto the group, nor make the group responsible for your healing. The healing journey can bring up patterns to want to save or be saved. We avoid this.
As we move through the program together, we will begin to see when we are sharing from “our pattern” instead of from freedom.
We separate men and women into their own groups so we can become aware of our collective patterns in the focused space of our own gender identity. As we heal ourselves we also heal collectively.
We advocate for a space that is held sacred. This means we leave our own baggage outside. With baggage, I mean that which we must simply unload before we can actually begin the real inner work.
For some, this might mean they don’t get to “run their sad story that gives them sympathy”, for others, it might mean not to hide but instead share vulnerably.
It depends on your pattern, what your lesson is. This will flow organically as you go through the step-by-step program.
We ask that you show up for the work, and let us know when you are struggling. And tell us or your journal when you are thriving. Noticing the little shifts with wonder and gratitude is how you become a deliberate co-creator of what you love.
We ask for confidentiality, and that we all be kind to each other.