Tue Jun 20 2023 at 06:45 pm to 08:45 pm


The Berkeley Alembic | Berkeley, CA

A group meditation based on presence in connection & greater embrace of what is (even embracing the non-embrace of what is)
About this Event

Welcome to a bi-weekly drop-in relational meditation practice with Brian and Josh. We will practice a process of group communication that weaves in meditation with a focus on presence in connection, honest authentic communication, and an exploration of social reality as it unfolds in the moment. This practice leads to deeper connection in relationships, and a greater embrace of what is. (Even embracing the non-embrace of what is).

We are discovering what it's like when we relate with more truth and more love.

Parking is free.

Doors close at 6:50 sharp. This event usually sells out — please register to reserve your spot!

Tickets are sliding scale, $10-$25, suggested donation is $15

About your facilitators:

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Brian is an Uruguayan-Israeli ex-software engineer that has dedicated his life to growth, learning and exploration of what-is. He fell in love with Relatefulness (then called Circling) in 2018 and has done thousands of hours, countless trainings, and has practiced Relatefulness all around the world. He is constantly amazed by the power of this simple practice to teach him new things, surprise him, and often kick his ass. Other passions of his are volunteering as an EMT for festivals and burns, exploring consciousness in all its forms, ecstatic dance, immersing himself in bodies of water from bath tubs to oceans, and long conversations about the heart of things.

Brian holds a BSc in Computer Science. He does Presence-based Coaching and facilitates Relatefulness at

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Josh Kelly is an attachment repair coach and psychology student at CIIS. He has hundreds of hours of Circling experience, including two SAS Circling facilitator trainings in Austin, TX. His non-Circling meditation experience includes retreats with teachers in the Spirit Rock lineage, the Burmese lineage of U. Pandita Sayadaw, and a 2-month silent retreat at Dharma Treasure in Arizona. He now practices Tibetan Dzogchen as a student of Dustin DiPerna in the lineage of Daniel P. Brown. Professionally, Josh is interested in practices that increase well-being, remove blocks to prosocial collaborative behaviors, and cultivate wisdom.


Where is it happening?

The Berkeley Alembic, 2820 Seventh Street, Berkeley, United States

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