Circling & Authentic Relating

Circling & Authentic Relating

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£15 – £25


Psychosynthesis Trust

94 Tooley St



United Kingdom

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Explore cutting edge connection practices and experience liberation.

About this event

What's it like to be you?

This evening offers an opportunity to explore more of who you really are by inviting you to join in with practices which take the awkwardness and difficulty out of connecting.

We often find that by gently making contact with what's really going on for us and holding it without judgement, we can experience a sense of freedom, contentment and wholeness that can be elusive in our modern lives.

"I felt energised, warm and content, with the satisfaction of having touched the essential things that make us human beings. The session was welcoming, playful and above all safe". Marina, participant

On the night

The evening is split in 2 parts. In the first half, we use authentic relating games to build a sense of presence, comfort and connection in the room.

In the second half, we do circling. Circling is a practice of being with each other in the present moment. It has no agenda, and precisely the lack of anything to do is very powerful. As we practice, we gain awareness of different parts of our experience.

Every circle is different, but they usually involve sharing with each other what we are noticing about our thinking, physical sensations and emotions. We follow our curiosity about what it is like to be me, to be you, and to be with each other.

During the practice, self-leadership and self-responsibility are encouraged. The most common format of a circle is a ‘focus’ circle, where the group explores one person’s world for a period of time (perhaps 20 minutes).

Circling develops our skills for any relationship, be it with colleagues, housemates, friends, family members, clients or romantic partners.

"After the session I was feeling empowered, grounded and eager to learn more" Makaila, participant.

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Benefits of the session

  • Experience the joy and richness of deeper connection
  • Improve relational capacity in all areas
  • Develop authentic leadership skills
  • Meet interesting new people and have fun!

Who is this for?

Whether you are curious about what richer connection can feel like, want to deepen your relational skills or just want to meet new people and have a joyful experience, this is for you.


Standard £20, Supportive £25, Low income £15


We begin at 7pm and kindly ask you to arrive 10 mins before so we can start promptly. We finish by 9:15pm.

This event repeats every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.


Psychosynthesis Trust, 94 Tooley St, London SE1 2TH.

The venue is a 5 minute walk from London Bridge tube, train and bus station


Adam Wilder

Adam is an experienced group facilitator and human connection activist who studied psychology and relationships for many years before training as a counsellor and founding the Togetherness movement.

He has worked with more than 10,000 people and is known for creating Shhh Dating, the world's first non-verbal speed dating experience, running the House of Togetherness pop up in Covent Garden and hosting the largest mass spooning in the world at Wilderness festival in 2019. Adam is certified as a Level 2 Circler with Cricling Europe and a certified Wheel of Consent® facilitator with the School of Consent. Adam brings a refreshing lightness and authenticity to his facilitation style.

About Togetherness

Togetherness is the movement for meaningful human connection. It was founded to help individuals and organisations wake up their natural ability to form meaningful connection with themselves and others. This is done through workshops, trainings and retreats. For more information on Togetherness and Togetherness at Work, head to

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