Stream Circle: An online community for inner practice, connection, and growth

Connecting with others is a powerful part of inner practice. Our guiding teacher in London, Zen master Julian Daizan Skinner, says, “we become like the people we spend time with,” and the beloved non-duality teacher Ram Dass says, “we’re all just walking each other home.” So, it’s invaluable, fun, and effective to spend time in community, with those who are practicing (as you are) to discover life on deeper levels and unlock greater health, happiness, compassion, and freedom from within.

We created “Stream Circle” to support you in exploring this path (or “entering the stream”!), in community with others.

You’re welcome to join after taking our 6-week course or a one-to-one session or program, or as your first experience at Entering the Stream. It’s a long-standing tradition to join a group and learn your inner practice as you go along, and we provide everything you need to get started.

Stream Circle meets…

Online everywhere

…and we would love for you to join us!

The deep inner peace, joy, wisdom, and freedom that meditators have been uncovering for generations, from the inside out, are waiting for you, too, as you explore and develop your inner practice. Practicing together helps you enter this reality more swiftly and easily, moment by moment.

Read on, to see our practice schedule, and learn how to sign up as a member.

*Enrollment in Stream Circle is currently closed. We’ll open again in September. Please sign up for our email newsletter here, if you’d like to receive updates!*

Our practice schedule

We meet each week to practice and connect, online on Zoom from all around the world. (Zoom is available to download for free right here.) Our meditation session is recorded, so you can watch or listen later on your own schedule, if you can’t attend live. Sign up for membership below.

Tuesdays

Meditation Group Online — 8 am–9:15 am Eastern Time

Join us on Zoom for our weekly meditation group. You can log in from wherever you are — at home, at your desk, outside in nature — anywhere that works for you. We begin the session with a short welcome and talk, followed by two 25-minute sitting meditation periods (one guided, and one in silence), with a break in between for walking meditation or other gentle, mindful movement practice. From the grounding and peace of your own space, connect with other meditators and enrich your week with mindfulness.

Thursdays

Office Hours Online — 1 pm–2 pm Eastern Time

Meet me on Zoom for a one-to-one chat about any questions and practice experiences you’ve been having recently. Personal support helps accelerate and deepen your practice. This is an online drop-in session, and I’ll invite you into the Zoom meeting one person at a time. If there’s a wait, please feel free to practice your meditation. If we run out of time, you’ll be able to email me your question and hear back shortly.

 

Our Stream Circle is a community committed to inner practice, genuine living, and a peaceful world, and we’d love for you to join.

How to join

You can join Stream Circle by registering as a member below.

Membership is $37/month. You can cancel your membership anytime.

(Please know that we offer full and partial scholarships to Stream Circle.)

When you sign up, you’ll receive a welcome email with the full details and instructions for attending our sessions (plus a guided meditation starter kit!).

You can come as often or as occasionally as you’d like. Even practicing in a group just once a month or so will multiply and strengthen your results and enjoyment from your inner practice.

*Enrollment in Stream Circle is currently closed. We’ll open again in September. Please sign up for our email newsletter here, if you’d like to receive updates!*

 

 

Your presence in Stream Circle will make a huge difference, both to you and to everyone here who’s exploring this path of inner peace, discovery, healing, and freedom.

If you have any questions, please feel welcome to reach out.

“Love and Justice are not two. Without inner change, there can be no outer change. Without collective change, no change matters.” –Rev. angel Kyodo williams
“Love takes off the masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live within. I use the word ‘love’ here not merely in the personal sense but as a state of being, or a state of grace — not in the infantile American sense of being made happy but in the tough and universal sense of quest and daring and growth.” –James Baldwin