The Awakened Fatherhood Circle is the place for fathers to be supported, to learn and grow with other men to be the best father they can be.
This is no ordinary dads group. Everything in parenting, relationships and self care that has the potential for deepening bonds and enabling the best in each family member will come into question.
The philosophy of Awakened Fatherhood focuses on 4 key areas of intimacy, parenting, health and wealth. Underpinning these areas is how we are relating to each other and the world.
Awakened Fatherhood values a new paradigm of relating and parenting that holds connection and heartful connection over old authoritarian ways.
That is easy to say in a simple sentence. Living this and embodying this is far more challenging in a world dominated by power-over dynamics. The fastest way to making these changes for men is in a tribe of like-minded men.
Us men have a massive influence on our partners and our children, even from a passive stance that is communicating something. Our Women and Children want to see us grow and thrive, they want to feel us at our best. When we are in that place, our family absorbs a part of us that lives through them.
Fatherhood is a lot of responsibility. It can be overwhelming and if you are parenting in new ways it is often really hard to find other fathers who understand the challenges of undoing the old ways to find a new way with partners and children. Together we thrive.
This is why I have created Awakened Fatherhood Connection.
~ Every week there will be a group video call to keep you focused on what is important to you including Q&A.
~ There will be themed common challenges each week within key areas of parenting, relationships, health and wealth take you to new levels
~ A protocol of community support that is safe yet openly challenging
~ I will be sharing helpful resources and will be interacting in the group 5 days a week.
~ Sharing personal insights and experiences I do not usually talk about publicly.
~ Accountabilty and inspiration for sustained habit changes. Changing habits takes anywhere from 18 to 254 days.