14 Jul 2019 | Views : 64   |
Listeners’ Circle now also at Lahe Lahe! Speak your heart out without fear of judgment and listen without judging!
Every story matters. Every life matters. Every feeling matters. But do we share our stories, struggles, and experiences with others openly? What stops us? Isn't it the fear of judgment? And how often we listen to others patiently without judging them?
Think about how it would feel to take an hour out of your fast-paced life and tell your story to people who listen to you without judging? Also, listen to the stories of others without judging.
Listeners' circle, Bangalore is an initiative to make that happen. Started in May 2018 at Atta Galatta, Koramangala as a not for Profit Initiative, we are now one year old and have hosted thirteen editions until now, impacting more than 100+ Speakers and 250+ Listeners.
The previous editions in the fourteen months had some exciting stories to listen to.
An Entrepreneur from IIT Madras shared his life-changing near-death experience and how it transformed his complete life.
A Management Profession shared how it has been just ‘Ordinary’ all along with his life and how that has helped him and his circles. He articulated that being ‘Ordinary’ is the new different.
A founder of a theatre group shared how she bravely stood up to the sexual harassment of a fellow passenger on a bus moving through the middle of the forest at the midnight.
A thirty-something professional shared how she is on a journey of re-discovering love after five years of separation and being single.
Someone shared how an experience in a cab on his first journey in Japan, made him understand about Japan and honesty.
Everyone has such stories to share. Do you have something to share?
Be a part of the Listener's circle - Edition 16
Speak your mind without being judged. Speak your mind without any boundaries. No photography and videography without consent. Your stories stay within the four walls of the room and the hearts.
Would you like to just listen? We have a place for you too.
Book your passes in advance to avoid the last-minute sellouts.