Where do you go to feel truly seen and heard?

What are CIRCLES?

A 90min online experience where 4-6 people connect in a CIRCLE, facilitated by a positive psychology practitioner.

Why should I join an entry CIRCLE?

Strong and healthy human connection is as vital for your health as good sleep, exercise, and diet.
Disconnection (sometimes called loneliness), on the other hand, has been named, by former US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, a public health “epidemic”. Research shows it is as detrimental to your health as smoking 15 cigarettes per day.

Who are CIRCLES for?

CIRCLES are for the connected and the disconnected. For those who are seeking deeper human connection. And honestly, everyone is. We appreciate and attract diversity across age, gender, sexuality, race, beliefs, and geography.

How do I get started?

Come see if this is for you by joining an entry CIRCLE on a Thursday. Participants often leave in awe of how quickly and deeply they can connect with “strangers” in this setting.

What will I experience in my entry CIRCLE?

You will meet 4-6 others (who you don't know yet) on an online platform called circl.es and engage in a 100 minute CIRCLE followed by a 20 minute explanation of what being part of an ongoing Collective is like. During the CIRCLE, you will experience the structural components of CIRCLE which include: - Meditating - Journaling - Noticing in one another - Exploring a personal issue - Asking one another questions - Sharing gratitude

What happens after an entry CIRCLE?

​After experiencing an entry CIRCLE, and if both you and OPM Collective feel it’s a great fit, you will be invited to join an ongoing Collective where you will be placed into a group of another 4-5 amazing humans who will meet in CIRCLE every other week for 3 months.

"Circle went by so fast. It was almost like I was in a state of flow. It reminded me of when I was running a radio show, time would go by so quickly. I recognized that for me, it's other people. That's what makes me feel fulfilled. And how you taught how to notice and how to ask questions- such a fulfilling way to interact with other people."

- Nick Hernandez