Since ancient times, people have gathered in circles to discuss and solve their most pressing challenges. Indigenous Native Americans have used the circle for eons as a symbol of equality and unity. In the Middle Ages, King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table adopted that shape as a symbol of parity and friendship.
We have adapted a unique method of connection based on network science, psychology, behavioral economics, and social sciences.
Our goal is to provide humanity with the necessary tools for creating positive connections that are key to our sustainability in the 21st century.
Connection Circles Benefit Humanity
The following videos of connection circles show how they can function as a tool in society, unifying people within the discussion. The videos demonstrate the power of the circles, and provide practical examples of how these circles have been used to benefit those participating in them. From educational uses to connecting participants, connection circles have the power to unite and bring people together.
We are very grateful to our friends in Houston who made great efforts to gather a group of young people affected by Hurricane Harvey, and document how this traumatic experience changed their perspective of humanity:
I’m offering a free download of my book, “Completing the Circle,” containing connection games, ideas for conversations that help people connect, and lots more.
“Western culture is in a grave decline, teeming with tension and rampant egoism, and addicted to instant gratification. In such a climate, humans find themselves at odds with the system of nature, which is based on harmony. We live in a culture that does not provide the balancing effect necessary to live in a sustainable world.”