Becoming Yourself Series 3.0 Registration
Whole-hearted Living: Start off your term living wholeheartedly while accepting your gifts, imperfections, and areas of growth as clues to your authentic self. Experience:
• Mindfulness and self-care practices
• Reflective exercises to discover more of who you are
• Attention to your dreams and what they are telling you about yourself
• Treating yourself with kindness and respect, letting go of comparison and self-criticism
• Exploring how to say no to that which is not you
• Struggle as a path to bravery, kindness, wisdom, and resilience
Last name, First name *
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Faculty *
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Student # *
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E-mail address *
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I am a... *
Program Year *
How did you hear about the Becoming Yourself Series? *
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Would you like to be added to the Weekly Open Circle e-mail list? *
Which Becoming Yourself Series have you participated in previously (if any)? *
Have you participated in any other Open Circle or Community Volunteer Circles activities? If so, which ones? *
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Are you enrolled in the Mary Keyes Leadership Certificate program? *
Group Session Signup: Which time works for you to attend group sessions every week from February 28 - April 2? *
Which topics are you most interested in exploring in this Series?
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Mindfulness: how to live mindfully in daily life
Finding balance in my school and personal life
Self-care practices
Learning to let go of shoulds, self-criticism, and comparison
Who Am I? How can I live authentically?
Life direction: what are my gifts and skills?
Compassion for self and others
Learning from my struggles and imperfections
Relational boundaries and showing up as my authentic self
What other themes are you interested in exploring?
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Can you commit to attending all 5 sessions, a coaching meeting, reflective exercises on your own and submitting a brief weekly reflection. *
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Will you be able to give yourself 10 minutes a day (5 days each week) for mindfulness and reflective exercises? *
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Staff Coaching Meeting signup
Meet individually or as a small group with a staff person to share highlights, questions, or challenges from your reflections in the series. The staff or other group members listen mindfully and offer questions to help you deepen your reflection. Sessions are usually 50 minutes.
Which week do you prefer to meet for your coaching session?
For your coaching session, do you prefer to meet with a small group or individually with a staff person?
Open Circle Group Guidelines
Becoming Yourself Series participants are asked to follow these guidelines in our sessions. At our first meeting, you can add guidelines that are important to you.
• Give and receive welcome. People learn best in hospitable spaces. In this circle we support each other’s learning by giving and receiving hospitality.
• Respect: Listen to each other with openness and curiosity, being respectful of different ideas and opinions while open to learn from everyone.
• No fixing, saving, advising or correcting each other. This is one of the hardest guidelines for those of us who like to “help.” But it is vital to welcoming the soul.
• Set aside reaction and judgment and turn towards wonder and compassionate inquiry. Ask yourself, “I wonder why they feel/think this way?” or “I wonder what my reaction teaches me about myself?” Set aside judgment to listen to others—and to yourself—more deeply.
• Speak your truth in ways that respect other people’s truth. Our views of reality may differ, but speaking one’s truth in this circle does not mean interpreting, correcting or debating what others say. Speak from your center to the center of the circle, using “I” statements, trusting people to do their own sifting and growth.
• Creating inclusive space for diversity. We work together to hold safe space for all forms of diversity, including ethnicity, religion, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, ability, and socio-economic status.
• Freedom to share or to pass. Be here with your listening as well as your speaking.
• Be present as fully as possible. Turn off phones and put away technology that is not being used for our circle.
• Trust and learn from the silence. Silence is a gift in our noisy world, and a way of knowing in itself. Treat silence as a member of the group. After someone has spoken, take time to reflect without immediately filling the space with words.
• Observe deep confidentiality. Safety is built when we can trust that our words and stories will remain with the people with whom we choose to share, and are not repeated to others without our permission.
I will respect and intend to follow these Open Circle Group Guidelines as I participate in the Becoming Yourself Series. *
Do you have any other comments, questions, or concerns?
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