Women’s Circles, Whole Life Full Soul

 

 

 

Whole Life Full Soul's Women Circles

 

So far as time can span, women have had an integral role in creating community, fostering connection, providing support and leading the structures of foundation in their communities. Women’s circles have been gathering together throughout the ages. They have supported one another through life events, through child bearing, death of loved ones and have uprooted and fostered movements that have changed history. Women’s circles and gatherings have consistently been a part of our makeup.

 

Circles of women are sacred. They have been happening in all kinds of forms from ancient rituals to tribal ceremonies and even religious gatherings. The communal sharing of support for another has had powerful impacts on establishing strength as women and forging paths of greater purpose.

 

In the modern world, we have lost this communal way of gathering together as women. More than ever people feel displaced and a greater yearning to feel a sense of belonging. The greater question is how can those of us who are longing for the sacred in everyday life and those yearning to grow spiritually best be connected through an online medium. Creating an online circle, a space for gathering together under the premise of learning and diving deeper into ourselves as been where I see the intersection between deeper connection to oneself and a greater connection to each other happen.

Whole Life Full Soul's Women Circles

We have to create the opportunities we want to see not only for ourselves but for each other. It’s always been a mission of mine to help people feel less alone in their journeys and to offer the insight I have during my time here on this Earth. One of the ways I feel most currently called to do this is to truly take the online community that has been manifested here and provide an opportunity to real time, vulnerable and meaningful connection to blossom. We live in a unique time for women’s circles to be created as there are no geographic limitations in connecting to one another as there were in previous generations. We are not restrained in finding the people we connect with, but more so in making and facilitating the time to do so in an intentional and integral way. It is such a pertinent time to form strong connections and output our light to the greater global community.

 

It is the strength and support of one another that allow us to see our own personal strength and feel empowered in our individual and collective purposes. As women we are nurturers by birth and our spirits are called to do greater work outside of ourselves. But it is only with the understanding of caring for ourselves, nourishing our souls, that we can truly do the life’s work that is meant for us in a way that not only impacts the greater world but that remains sustainable and steadfast for ourselves.

 

Sacred women’s circles offer the space of connection, community and congregation. They are steeped in support, growth and personal vitality that ripples into a larger community. As women, we are the bedrock for growth and opportunity to create both outwardly and inwardly.

 

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It has been my desire to offer the space to connect more deeply to each other, learn how to take of ourselves and grow together and it is filling my soul to be offering them to you now.

 

There are several different circles offered depending on what you’re feeling most called to work and connect on right now. They run twice a month for a period of 3 month commitment. At the end of that you can enroll again as the course and women’s circle grows and evolves together.

 

 

Fundamental Nourishment Circle

 

 

 

 

Renew your connection to your body and your heart. In the Fundamental Nourishment circle you will expand your understanding of yourself, your deepest needs and how to feed your soul and body from a strong foundation of balance and ease as you navigate your life. Connect with other women who are tapping into their personal strength and offering the support of their vital energy.

  • create the foundation of connection to your innermost core
  • develop a deep relationship with who you are
  • connect with other like-minded women
  • be supported by a strong community
  • foster lasting relationships with yourself and others
  • learn to take care of you from a place of understanding of yourself

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Self-Care Circle

Open yourself to joy with self-care rituals that truly fill you up and nourish your soul. In the Self-Care Circle gain a better understanding of what you need for self-care, deepen your self-love and connect with women supporting women in a strengthening and relationship building environment.

  • discover what self-care means for you
  • learn to embody your body
  • connect deeper to yourself and to other women
  • create ritualistic self-care practices that feed your mind, body & soul
  • enhance your sense of grounding & maintain a strong foundation

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Moon Circle

 

 

 

Moon beams have powerful energetic waves that create shifts and changes. Captivate on these in congregation with a community of women in the Moon Circle. Local to Seattle, you will be person to person and introduced to women within the community. Be open to the gifts you need to receive and learn where to let go.

  • strengthen your spiritual connection
  • reunite with the cycles of the Earth & Moon
  • cultivate an in-person community of women
  • be supported and understood
  • have a deeper awareness of the Universe

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Join the Whole Life Full Soul Women’s Community on Facebook.

 

If you have any specific questions about the Whole Life Full Soul Women’s Circles email kari@wholelifefullsoul.com or contact through social media on Instagram or Facebook.

 

Whole Life Full Soul's Women Circles

I am honored to share space with you all, and I am blessed to be able to create this opportunity for deeper connection. Join me in creating a vibrant and powerful community of women supporting women.

Kari

 

 

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Each time women gather in circles with one
another the world heals a little more.

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Jump In With Your Clothes On

 

 

I had every intention of jumping in the water, just not fully clothed. I fell in. Hard. Though I like to think it looked semi-graceful , I know that I basically just looked like a flailing seagull using it’s wings for the first time, hoping to make landing on a rock. Which also happened, now with two jammed toes both black and purple but thankfully not broken.

 

The funny thing is, I loved it. I am pretty sure I was laughing as I was falling in, tumbling through the rocky water. I came out of it, without falling completely in, but my bottom half soaked and my heart happy. My childlike joy beaming from deep within my bones as I laughed ardently at myself and the beautiful mess I’d made. It’s one of the things I deeply treasure about myself. I came up, mostly unscathed and feeling so incredibly full of life. And I had this feeling of what it means to “jump in with your clothes on.”

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I rarely get to see the stars at night. Having been living in Seattle now for a year and a half, it’s mostly grey days and hazy nights. Sometimes I am spoiled by the moon glowing through my living room window, but with the light pollution from the city the stars are amiss on a daily basis.

Yesterday I took a late flight out of Dallas on my way back from seeing my family in Florida and Alabama for the Holidays. The sky was crisp and clear as a pane of glass. I could look down to the speckle lit earth below or up to the twinkling dots lighting the sky. It was in this moment I realized what a rare treat they are. And being slightly closer, albeit still millions of light-years away they seemed more magnificent than times before.

I’ve had a lot of these pauses of appreciation for the smallest of details, the most minute of moments in this past year. It can often feel like these are insignificant, but I can tell you honestly they are what got me through.

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This week has been what has felt like a rollercoaster. It’s been full of such enjoyable highs and extreme lows. And I’m not alone, there’s so much anxiety in the air right now, collectively among many of us about the current state and future of the world and particularly America. It’s enough sometimes to think about our own lives, then the lives of people we love,  on top of an entire nation. That’s a lot to carry, I tell ya.

Vanilla Spiced Sautéed Apples

Nearly everyone in my close circle has had a rough week, from the loss of loved ones, extreme lack of sleep, past experiences resurfacing (personal experiences!) to being violently ill. And I’ve felt it all on a deeply emotional level this week. I couldn’t make it through Wednesday without bursting into tears every few minutes. Thank God for snuggles with my cat, close friends and knowing that I wasn’t the only one riding this wave. With the full moon approaching this weekend and the massive Typhoon storm coming in in the PNW I get that the Universe and Mother Nature are all really feeling it too, and it comes as no surprise. And yet still, makes it no less hard to deal with.

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Food serves a purpose. Multiple purposes in fact. To fill the body with nutrients so it can burn calories to use for energy, but it also serves to nourish us. I mean truly satisfy the inner parts of us all that find joy from sitting around a table giving each other the ultimate gift which grounds us to the Earth.  By creating flavorful dishes but more so by sharing with the intention offering food as love, we nourish one another.

I’ve watched my grandmother tirelessly bake a twelve-layer lemon cake year after year just as my great-grandmother did in the years past. It’s not because she loves spending hours baking the layers, cooking the lemon curd or finally icing each layer and carefully placing one on top of the other. It’s the joy she see’s on my grandpa’s face when he takes a bite. It’s the slightly higher pitched crack in her grandson’s voice when he asks if she had the time to make it this year. These are the feelings that make our souls full.

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