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                        Is life a problem to be solved or a mystery to be lived?

                    Solving Problems, Living Mysteries

              

January 21, 2021               

7 PM Eastern Time

6 PM Central  Time

5 PM Mountain Time

4 PM Pacific  Time

3 PM Alaska  Time

2 PM Hawaii  Time


January 22, 2021

12 Midnight London

1 AM Paris, Rome, Berlin

4 AM Tbilisi

8 AM Hong Kong, Singapore

11 AM Sydney 

Few things govern male behavior more than how we are programmed to view life. Despite the vast variety of men on the planet, a conjunction of biology and socialization have produced males who generally know how to, and are expected to, be able to fix what needs fixing.  Forget the particular skills a man has; just look at how he approaches life.  

The exceptions are generally men who have the capacity, whether inborn or deliberately cultivated, to approach life differently. Whoa!  Before we go further, let’s be clear that there’s a mighty big need for people of all genders to be able to solve problems. So a different approach is not necessarily a superior one.  

Still, there are huge areas of life that don’t lend themselves to problem-solving. That is because they are not problems. An example is spiritual life. If a spiritual life is worth anything, it is a life that can be practiced. That is, it has to be practicable. But “practicable” and “practical” are two different things. Reducing deep spritual insights or profound wisdom to 1-2-3 steps, rules and regulations, or immutable laws, is a sure way to miss a number of important truths that provoke wonder, awe, and deep inspiration. The tendency to reduce religion to something that is  patently believable is to rob it of the power to open our eyes and hearts to things that aren’t so obvious, even “impossible” things that don’t fit “normal” expectations.

Sex is another area that a great many people approach as problem territory. So courses, manuals, techniques, medications, therapies, and all manner of online resources approach sex as something that “should function” thus and so but is often “dysfunctional.” Of course, sometimes any or all of those things can be useful in addressing sexual issues. But few if any of them address the mysterious, unknown, veiled realities that frequently don’t respond to medications and techniques nor operate according to conventional morality.  

We invite you to January’s Jonathan’s Circle Live to take a look at how you approach the parts of life that aren’t easily reduced to problems and fixes, as well as to those that beg to be approached as problems to be solved. The bottom line is what serves us well and what would serve us better, not what our most accustomed approach to life is. 

Come and

• share your own experiences of how you approach life

• listen to others whose insights might deepen your own self-understanding

• ponder how you might recalibrate your methods of addressing things that in one way or another pose challenges—to everyday living, to “normal” thinking, to meeting your deep needs


To Join Our Live Conversations with Frank Dunn and Michael Kerosky

  • pay whatever you can of the suggested fee ($15) [payment and other donations can be made here] We’re glad to waive the fee for any who are currently strapped from the impact of COVID-19!
  • Register (You must register by following this link)
  • familiarize yourself with Zoom
  • have a webcam and working microphone
  • you'll get a link by email when you register, and/or within the hour of the beginning of the session
  • hit the link when you get it and join us


It is our purpose to make all our events accessible to all men, excluding none for lack of funds. Give as you are able, and make it possible for someone else to participate. Tax deductible donations may always be made on our home page in the side bar.                                                                                                                


Brotherhood Circles 


"Seeking the Profound – An Intimate Erotic Expedition Inward

Beginning January 26, 2021


Lord of the Dance 2


Meeting on Tuesdays At 7:00-9:30 PM Eastern US Time (here is a link that will convert that to your time zone), the circle will convene bi-weekly beginning on January 26 and ending on May 4.  The cost for the 8 sessions is $160. If paying below a $5 service charge is added.  Directions to pay by check are on the registration form. As always, our policy is to make our offerings available to any so that none is kept from attending by fees.  If you wish to discuss financial assistance, contact frank@jonathanscircle.  

Topics for the eight sessions

   • Who am I?

   • My erotic life

   • My spiritual life

   • Secrets, shame, and privacy

   • Wounds, memories, and healing

   • Mentors, teachers, and models

   • My gifts to the world

   • My lessons and my wisdom

Register and Pay

THIS EVENT IS FULL.  

If you wish to be placed on a list for future online brotherhood circles, please send us an email.


Training for Facilitators (Leaders)

To inquire about and register for training to be a facilitator of brotherhood circles, events, and meet-ups, contact us here.”

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