modern-day #biblicalbabes SEEKING personal wholeness, together
BEING IN A WELL CIRCLE MEANS...
Intentionally learning about yourself from the inside-out.
Cultivating meaningful relationships within your community.
Uncovering personal connections to inherited wisdom and rituals.
so... what are well circles?
Guided by the Hebrew calendar and based on the rituals of Rosh Chodesh and the New Moon, Well Circles are groups of 6-12 friends who commit to meet every month to story-tell, support each other, and share spiritual experiences.
All over the world - from California to Israel and South Africa to Alaska - thousands of badass women gather with their Well Circles. Together, they learn about everything from ancient Jewish wisdom and the physical health of their bodies, to tracking the cycles of the moon.
Well Circles are designed to be self-scaling, self-sustaining, and self-led. Every Well Circle is independently-run and has its own identity; from reformed to orthodox, young professionals to new mothers, each circle creates their own rituals of spirituality, women’s wellness, and Jewish learning.
finding your WELL CIRCLE
Resources for starting or sustaining a circle
Learn To Start Your Own Circle
We created eight guidebooks full of everything you need to know about starting and sustaining a Well Circle. From scheduling and storytelling tips, to history lessons on ancient wisdom and traditions, we've created these guides in the name of making tight crews tighter, and helping Well Circles continue thriving for many moons to come!
Download the first guidebook, "Foundations" for free!
Purchase seven additional guidebooks for $36!
Fill up on wisdom, guidance, helpful tools, inspiration and insight on how to create and co-lead an exceptionally powerful Well Circle. Once you make your purchase, we'll email you a secret passcode to access the seven guidebooks.
These guidebooks are the product of many minds and influences. As they say, it’s a deep well. To find out what keeps us learning, reflecting, and inspired, check out Packet 7: Resources and References.