Choose Wonder, together.
In the journey of uncovering who you are and what you’re here to give, emotions like fear, anxiety, comparison, self-doubt, and perfectionism are a natural part of the process.
We believe community makes all the difference in whether we thrive, or just get by.
Wonder Circles meet regularly to get real, go deep, and share everything from your biggest dreams to your deepest anxieties in a safe, empowering, and supportive space.
No matter where you’re at in your journey, Wonder Circles are a brave space to be honest about the ups-and-downs of carving your unique path alongside other people who are doing the same.
You’ll have opportunities to answer questions, journal, share with a partner, and discuss what comes up with the group. Tears may be shed, breakthroughs may be had, and most of all: we’ll all have a chance to practice developing a better relationship with our thoughts and feelings… and each other.
Ready to be a guide for your tribe?
Want a safe space to get real?
Would you like to learn more?
Wonder Circle FAQs
Below you'll find a few of the most frequently asked questions about Wonder Circles.
How does a Wonder Circle work?
It start with the rallying of a small group of 8 to 15 people.
The gathering begins with light mingling, then an introduction from the organizer, then a series of activities designed to give everyone an opportunity to see and be seen. Breakout sessions between pairs of people will lead back to a full group discussion.
Where does it take place?
A Wonder Circle can happen anywhere that a sense of privacy and comfort can be established. This can be in a living room in someone’s home, a yoga studio, a camp site, or a conference room. What’s important is that the venue be conducive to people opening up and getting real about where they’re at and where they’re going.
I want to lead a circle. How do I get started?
Register to lead a circle in your town here!
I want to find a circle in my city. Where do I go?
Message us to find out about the tour.
When does it take place?
Wonder Circles are best done in the evening, for about two hours. Guests should plan to have an early dinner before arriving.
Who participates in a Wonder Circle?
Anyone and everyone who is willing to commit to playing well with others can join. Young or old, male or female, tall or short, everyone has work to do when it comes to worry and wonder.
There is at least one organizer, who is in charge of making the event happen. Everyone else is a participant, which means committing to showing up and holding a safe space for everyone else present.
What goes into making a Wonder Circle great?
A successful Wonder Circle has just the right mix of ingredients:
- A dedicated, reliable organizer
- A warm, comfortable venue:
- An enclosed space that is private
- Some wine and/or light refreshments
- Soft surfaces for people to sit on
- Soft lighting
- Perhaps some gentle, enlivening aromas
- Light, calming music in the beginning and end
- An agreeable meeting time
- A core group of people who are bought into the idea and comfortable getting vulnerable
- A mix of newcomers for whom this is maybe a little scary
- Participants who are willing to practice witnessing and receiving over offering solutions
What should I bring to a Wonder Circle?
Your experience will be best when you have:
- A writing instrument
- A notebook or paper
- A full stomach (get dinner before you go!)
- A small snack or beverage to share
- A copy of Choose Wonder Over Worry for reference
- An intention that you set for yourself in advance
How do I get involved?
Send us a message
Register for email updates
Work with us to organize events