The Power Of Circles with Sedonia Cahill & Charles Garfield, Ph.D.

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“No matter how diverse the group of people," says Charles Garfield, "if you push their ancestry back far enough, you'll get to the same place - people sitting around the fire, telling stories." Sedonia Cahill joins Garfield to discuss the power of circles in personal renewal and community healing. Circles are a way to bring ceremony and sacredness to gatherings of friends, family and community, a way to connect on a deeper level without fear of judgment; a place where you can truly be heard. A circle is about commitment, sharing, and learning from each other. As Cahill points out, a place where you are loved, "It's so easy to love somebody if they'll give us a glimpse inside." (hosted by Michael Toms)


Sedonia Cahill (1936-2000) was the director of The Great Round, a nonprofit organization dedicated to spiritual renewal. She was the founder of a circle of women (of which Justine Willis Toms is a member) that has been meeting for over three decades. 

Sedonia Cahill is also the coauthor of:

    Charles Garfield, Ph.D. is a best-selling author, a psychology professor, lecturer, and founder of San Francisco's Shanti Project, the first AIDS caregiving organization in the world.

    He is the author of:

    Cahill, Garfield, and Cindy Spring are coauthors of:

      Topics Explored in This Dialogue

      • How to create a circle of your own
      • What are the many different personalities of circles
      • Why circles lack a power structure
      • Reasons for creating a circle
      • What is the value of circles to corporations
      • How circles help you let go of self-judgment
      • How to form circles that include children and teenagers
      Host: Michael Toms      Interview Date: 11/25/1997       Program Number: 2686