It is with a heavy heart we acknowledge the passing of Bobby Ashworth. Prayers and condolences to his family.
It is almost time for Gathering of Circles 2022.
We are so excited! Are you? Please take a moment to RSVP GATHERINGOFCIRCLES.COM
A reminder as we get a break from the summer heat, it’s much cooler and wet often at 9100ft. So pack appropriately. Make a good packing list.
GOC is free to attend and expenses are offset by voluntary donations.
Raffle- Donations of Raffle items are welcomed and encouraged. A wide variety each year. Tickets can be purchased for $1 each.
T-shirts- A $20 donation will get you a beautiful commemorative T-shirt. If interested please order soon! By July 24th
Pancake brunch- a donation group brunch.
Some extra supplies and tools will be available on the mountain. Inquire at the welcome tent.
Don’t forget an item for the giveaway and a dish for the group feast, both on Saturday.
New this year-
Food bank- forgot something? Ran short? Have extra? Participants can drop off or pick up food items in the welcome tent. We take care of each other.
In that spirit, GOC will be giving away 10) $50 gift/credit cards as we know times are tough. Simply register at the welcome tent and be present Sat during Raffle!!
So make a list, check it twice!
Also we ask that you have a contingency plan if a member of your group falls ill as Covid is still a factor. Please have a plan that limits exposure to others.
All links and more info is available at our website GATHERINGOFCIRCLES.COM
Safe travels and see you soon!
Sacred Mountain, Sacred Home
The Gathering Of Circles is very excited to have published a book in 2020! It is called “Sacred Mountain – Sacred Home.” You can learn more below. You can click on the cover page below to view a sample of the book.
SACRED MOUNTAIN, SACRED HOME
Taking the Mountain Home with Gratitude, Forgiveness and Love
The Transcendent Wisdom of the Gathering of Circles
Told Through the Stories of Many
Whose Lives It Transformed
Bob and Wanda Mama Uma Wade
GOC 2022 will be held on the mountain this year, August 3-7.
Our theme this year is “Stay the Course”.
|The Delta Variant is spreading so let’s exercise caution… |
GOC has always been an “at your own risk” event. The weather, the altitude, terrain, wildlife and primitive camping have always had some inherent risk. This year with the Covid-19 Delta variant coming into play we encourage the following:
Review your own personal risk factors and those of people you may be traveling with.
Have you been vaccinated? If not, we ask that you please mask up for your own safety and take extra precautions.
We ask that you have a plan to leave the Mountain should you or anyone in your group develop flu like symptoms.
Be sensible and be prepared.
Lodge ceremonies protocols in particular will be at the discretion of the facilitator/water pourer who is ultimately responsible for the safety of lodge participants. A dry sweat is also available.
We all have different perspectives on this pandemic understandably. However I have learned that Creator clearly expresses through the “Group Conscious”.
So we strongly encourage all to be extra safe as we gather joyously on our sacred mountain.
Again, attendance at GOC is at your own risk. Lets be sensible and considerate of others attending the gathering.