yoUnlimited Conversation Circle image

Conversation is about hearing and being heard. It’s also about permission and possibility.

When we sit in conversation, we open ourselves up to each other.  We offer permission to share thoughtful ideas and opinions which in turn provide possibility; for a shift, an epiphany, a soul stir, or a heart change.

Conversation Circle is an invitation to connect to community and share in the dialogue, welcomed by Linda Hunter of Living and Dying with Grace and hosted by yoUnlimited.

Upcoming Dates will be announced.

The Circle is a chance to be curious, to think beyond what’s known, to question, to challenge and to learn.  Each time we meet, our Circle will include a new topic and use a format, adapted from Jean Shinoda Bolen’s book ‘The Millionth Circle: How to Change Ourselves and The World

  • One person speaks at a time (respect the talking piece)
  • Speak and listen from the heart and with respect
  • Welcome diverse points of view and listen without judgement
  • Offer experience rather than advice
  • Share what is personal not what is private
  • Honour confidentiality

Circles will be 90 minutes long and include an opening meditation, a 15 minute speak on the topic, suggested conversation starters, and small group discussions.

Resources from Previous Conversation Circles

We hope you will feel welcome to join us and to bring along a spirit that needs to speak or a heart that needs to hear.


Linda Hunter Linda Hunter has spent more than 35 joy filled years as an independent writer, published author, and professional event planner. Dedicated to service and open to possibility, she aspires to walk a path of grace.

Linda can be found blogging at Living with Grace, where she speaks about her philosophy on life and love. Her newest blog, entitled “LOVING LARGE, living small” will launch in 2018 and will introduce readers to her latest adventure, communal living; creating a future shared life with her husband and grown children in Shirley, BC.

Linda’s passion for life also includes volunteering in Palliative Care at Saanich Peninsula Hospital and as an active member of the Victoria Holistic Death Care Community. You can find out more about her work around end of life and honouring our life’s journey at Dying with Grace.

“We’re all just walking each other home” – Ram Dass

Linda Hunter linda.hunter@shaw.ca | www.livingwithgrace.ca | www.dyingwithgrace.ca