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We are a group of men who meet to support each other and share wisdom for life's journey. 

Our monthly circle is open to all men who are interested in personal and spiritual growth work, with the intention of maturing into positive mentors in society.

Through our circle, where we are all equal, we provide a safe space for men to share what is on their heart, openly and without judgement

The aim of our circle is to facilitate men in sharing their journeys, discovering their gifts and finding their true selves.

Our group operates on two Rules and four intentions which underpin our sharing circle;

The Rules

- Confidentiality; What is said in the circle stays in the circle.

- Not "fixing"; We do not come to the circle to be "fixed" or try to fix or heal others. 

The Intentions

- We speak from the heart

- We listen from the heart.

- We speak spontaneously, without rehearsal.

- We are "lean of speech" and get to the point.

A typical meeting will include; drumming, silent meditation and a sharing circle or "council."

We welcome new members with no experience of this kind of work necessary; silent participation is completely valid and accepted. Our group is open to men of all ages, all faiths or none.

We meet on the first Thursday evening of every month at the Unitarian Chapel, High St, Newport, Isle of Wight.

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