Join women around the
world gathering in circles for
MARCH 8th, 2018
7PM YOUR LOCAL TIME ZONE
On International Women’s Day 2018, thousands of women in
80+ countries will gather in Sister Circles to heal ourselves,
empower each other, and transform the world.
Will you join us?
Everything you’ve been through has shaped you into the strong and deeply beautiful woman you are, and now you’re oh so ready to step into the next dimension of yourself. Your love, your wisdom, your power, and your purpose.
We know there’s a fire igniting inside of you. Now is the time to let it burn brighter than ever before. The Global Sisterhood is here to help you do exactly that on International Women’s Day, and beyond.
While every day is our day, International Women’s Day is the “official” day to honor women. It’s our day to come together, share our truth, cultivate authentic relationships, and show the world that the feminine will continue to rise, and rise strong.
We’ve worked hard to make it this far. Our pain is being recognised and our voices are being heard, finally. What we do next couldn’t be more important.
Now is a time where we can step into our positions as leaders and help shape our world, so let’s consider how we want to do that. Do we want to perpetuate blame and competition, or do we want to encourage true harmony and unity? Do we want to create a world where pain is normal, or do we want everyone to feel safe, loved, and supported at all times?
I think you know the answer.
There is SO much power in a woman who feels truly seen, heard, and loved. When all of us feel that way, our world will be a better place.
For International Women’s Day 2018,
you can create a Sister Circle, join a Sister
Circle, or stream the live global meditation
broadcast on March 8th.
However you choose to participate, know that your
presence is deeply valued by every other woman
who shares the experience with you.
Here’s the goodness you’ll receive
when you sign up
- Access to our interactive world map where youcan find a Circle to join or register your own Circle
- Access to our live synchronized meditation audio broadcast with tens of thousands of women uniting in pure intention across the world on March 8th, led by the Director of the Global Sisterhood, Lauren Walsh, Kat Lindsay, and a special guest
- A Sister Circle guidebook on how to lead a powerful women’s Circle on International Women’s Day (and beyond, if you choose!), either in your area or online
- An invitation to the Circle Facilitator Group for the support of other women leaders facilitating Sister Circles
- A promotional toolkit for easy sharing of your Circle and the event
- An invitation to join our free, private online Global Sisterhood community for deep sharing, growth, and upliftment – if you choose to create a free account you’ll get empowerment themes, rituals, wisdom, and transformational tools delivered to your inbox every full moon and new moon!
Join the event
For all the details on the goodness going down on March 8th and how to find a sister circle – or start your own!
Bring your soul to life in the most earth-shaking spiritual experience
You’re ready. Your sisters are ready. The world is waiting. That stirring in your soul will be well and truly ignited on International Women’s Day. The spiritual power of the event – whether you’re part of a Sister Circle or listening to the global meditation broadcast online – will be unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.
A Sister Circle is a virtual or in-person women-only space. It’s a safe and sacred place where we share our journeys, insights, and stories, and are all seen and heard for who we truly are. Each Sister Circle is a unique experience influenced by the facilitator, the women participating, the location, and cultural traditions.
This International Women’s Day event is organized by the Global Sisterhood
The Global Sisterhood is a movement of soulful women helping people shift from competition, comparison, judgment, and jealousy to respect, love, unity, upliftment, and compassion.
On International Women’s Day 2017, over 1000 Circles of women came together in over 80 countries with the synchronized intention to unite in both celebrating each other and healing the world. Since then, over 5000 Circles of women around the world have been uniting both virtually and in local sister Circles every new moon.
Together, we are creating a worldwide supporting Sisterhood of women devoted to healing hearts, empowering others, and transforming futures. Come, join us, and make the 2018 event even more incredible!
Join the event for all the details
on the goodness going down on
and how to find a Sister Circle – or start your own!
That changes starts from within and naturally inspires
It is the time for feminine to rise, be honored, celebrated and embraced so we can bring greater peace, compassion, wisdom, intuition, and balance to this world.
We believe that blaming and shaming gives away our power and authority to create change. With this in mind, we practice self accountability and compassion for self and other.
We believe that women are being called to inspire, innovate, and teach a new and more cooperative way to live.
It is our s duty to shift competition, comparison, jealousy and judgment into connection, support, and trust through personal accountability and self love.
Connecting with the natural rhythms of the earth’s seasons and the moon’s cycles connects us to a greater sense balance and peace.
The global sisterhood honors all women and men who have pioneered freedom, equality, and human rights. What we are creating is built upon the shoulders of wise and powerful women that came before us.
“A circle of women may just be the most powerful force known to humanity. If you have one, embrace it. If you need one, seek it. If you find one, for the love of all that is good and holy, dive in. Hold on. Love it up. Get Naked. Let them see you. Let them hold you. Let your reluctant tears fall. Let yourself rise fierce and love gentle. You will be changed. The very fabric of your being will be altered by this, if you allow it. Please, please allow it.” – Jeanette LeBlanc