Meeting Structure

The length of each meeting depends on attendance.  If every spot is filled (with 8 participants), the meeting should last 3.5 hours.

Each participant will briefly share their name, preferred pronoun, and what they’re grateful for this week.  Expressing gratitude is a powerful way to attract abundance. If another member helped you with your goal since the last meeting, please acknowledge them. Afterwards, new members can ask questions about the Meeting GuidelinesStructure, and How to Choose a Goal.

♥  GOAL SHARING (80 min)
Each participant will chair the meeting for 20-minutes.  When it’s your turn to chair, you’ll share a new goal, or discuss the progress of an ongoing goal. From there, you’ll identify your strengths and challenges, and use your remaining time to receive a 5-minute tarot reading from Ralph and feedback and questions from other members.

♥  BREAK (10 min)

♥  GOAL SHARING (80 min)

Every time you work on a new goal at our circle, you’ll receive a free Intention Candle and a small bottle of Abundance Oil . To start the ritual, use a pen to carve your goal into your Intention Candle. Then anoint your finger with Abundance Oil and rub it over the words you just carved. This will seal your intention into the candle. The first few steps can be skipped if you bring your Intention Candle from the last meeting.  Next, light your candle and place it in a special holder (see image). The group will spend 10-minutes visualizing success with their goals while the Intention Candles burn.  Afterwards, everyone will say, “May this goal be achieved!” in unison and blow out the cluster of intention candles.  This act will be reminiscent of making a wish and blowing out birthday candles 🙂

Please keep your Intention Candle in a safe place and bring it to the next meeting. The Abundance Oil can be worn daily (on the solar plexus) to attract good fortune. Do not consume this oil.  Acts of kindness are a fantastic way boost your frequency and attract abundance, but please do not spread yourself too thin 🙂