I recently unearthed a trove of papers and articles I saved about ancient and modern ceremonial circles, a fascination of mine for decades. People have sat in circles, danced in circles, and called in the spirits for healing and help since time immemorial. A circle functions like a church, as a place to receive spiritual help and recognize one’s connection to others. It reveals the truth, “We are one.”
The circles I like best, having experimented with different formats, are results-oriented, where people come with something they want to work on and manifest. Everyone brings a statement about what they want to make happen or achieve in their personal, professional, or spiritual life. (However, sometimes the group energy calls for another response than this planned order of events, It’s still the best to have thought first and written down what you want to energize in your life.)
How I prepare people in the circle for this is energy release work and spiritual healing. They can get in touch with their deeper self better after they receive a “Let go of your Day” spiritual bath.
An important first step is to clarify and intuit what is truly motivating each person, and what is truly inspiring. We do this through several psychic means and other revealing processes. The circle exercises strengthen listening skills, coping skills, intuition, and self-appreciation and understanding. We share in the circle and discover synchronicities and synergies.
The best ending for a circle is an energizing one, and this happens with the help of music and movement and whatever spiritual gifts our circle might attract. And then we part, reinforced, informed, and refreshed!
The next circle in Santa Fe is Saturday night, September 28th. Also: October 10th, Thursday night, and Halloween night October 31st. For more information, email email@example.com, or call Elissa 505-982-3294.
Elissa Heyman is a professional psychic counselor and healer with a practice based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Appointments with Elissa are in person or by phone, www.elissaheyman.com, 505-982-3294.