About Wild Woman Project Circles
Wild Woman Project Circles
This international network of circles are the heart + soul of The WILD Woman Project.
We gather each month on the New Moon, in our local communities.
Inspired by a Theme (which changes each moon) we Meditate, Inquire, Share & Create Intentions for the Moon Cycle ahead.
Wild Woman Circles are now being held in 17 countries by trained Wild Woman Project Facilitators.
In this international network of circles, you can expect:
A Sacred Space held by a trained WWP Facilitator with Guided Meditation, Sharing, Intention Setting Ritual & more held on or near the New Moon.
These circles are not associated with a singular path or religion, but rather, an inclusive coming together with women from all paths.
We all come from different spiritual/cultural backgrounds and gather around the ideas of: Sisterhood (having each others backs, empowering one another), a respect for the earth (wildness, turning to nature as a teacher) & co-creation (the understanding that just as we co-create our experience in circle, so do we co-create life on earth). We also tend to be a heart-centered bunch, lots of laughter & tears.
We unite under a common theme each New Moon & explore it in our own ways. Each Facilitator brings her own special magic & orientation based her own knowledge and passions.
What is our Mission?
To awaken women to their most authentic, undomesticated nature, so they may feel like themselves, all the time, no apologies.
To find out more about The Wild Woman Project, click here
During my own personal journey of soul-work and self-discovery, I discovered the Wild Woman Project and immediately felt a connection and a strong calling to sign up for Circle Leadership training. I am now honoured to be a part of the Wild Woman Project community, and a Circle Leader for my community.
My intention for my Circles are to create a safe, welcoming, sacred space for all women to gather, to explore our inner depths, connect to our Wild Woman and to speak freely and be heard with no judgement.
My Wild Woman Project Circles are held every month on, or near, the New Moon.
Each month we work with a different theme, to honour the moon and her astrological position (which will be announced before the date of each Circle).
These Circles are a sacred space for all free-spirited and soulful women to gather and connect; where we will explore our inner depths and connect to our Wild Woman and to Mother Nature, by guided meditation and visualization, sharing, intention setting rituals, creativity and more..
Sat 28th September
Sat 23rd November
Time: 1.00pm - 4.00pm
Venue: The Senhouse Centre, Whitehaven
Cost: £25.00, which includes all refreshments and materials.
Do you feel the call..?
Please use the contact form to get in touch with any questions or to register!
The Wild Woman Project Circle 2019-2020 Theme
The new theme for the next 12 monthly Circles has been announced!
'Rituals of Rewilding'
This new series, we centre on the practice of Rewilding for the year ahead to follow.
It is not only for those of us who find ourselves on the wildish path, or the path of the wild woman, but also in terms of our own evolution in a modern, technological world.
The aim of this series is to find avenues to remember how to connect to nature – something our ancestors did; they were so instinctively tuned-in to the land, seasons and living in harmony with the Earth’s cycles and we’ve lost this in our modern world.
We seek to become more intimate with the Earth and regain our deep connection.
So this year we’ll be focusing on Rewilding: coming back home to our Soul’s essence –the essential part of ourselves.
We are also going to be connecting to the natural world, which gives us the potentiality for really significant changes.
Rituals of Rewilding is coming home to our roots.
What is Ritual?
•To commit to the mysterious/spiritual.
•To connect to our deepest feelings, longings and instincts.
•To celebrate life.
•A path we create and walk over and over again.
Coming to Circle at New Moon is a ritual.
All the elements of Circle are rituals.
Ritual is something we do over & over again as a path to finding ourselves.
How can we create rituals personally? Big rituals, little rituals, day-to-day rituals.
How can we show up in our lives in a ritualistic way so that we can be continuously with an awareness of our true selves – of our world and of our reality? And what might that do?
This theme is all about weaving Ritual and Rewilding together into one point of focus.