The ManKind Project's (MKP) Puget Sound community is hosting a free, a one day, no-obligation experiential workshop that offers a glimpse into men's work centering on how our lives and relationships are working or not working. MKP holds 4 men's circles every year. On Saturday, April 11th, we'll be doing a free all day workshop that is designed to give participants an opportunity to share their experiences as men. We'll create a safe ritual space where each of us can deepen our understanding of both ourselves and others. Why do we choose to do this? Because each of us has some degree of yearning to be more like the man we have always wanted to be: as partners or parents, or simply better friends to ourselves and others. Some of us are holding onto anger, sadness, fear or shame. We can look at these issues and sometimes find joy and gratitude in the process when sitting in circle together, allowing ourselves to be vulnerable, and finding our collective power, wisdom, and heart. Additional information can be found at www.mkpusa.org or, if you like, call Rick McClurg at 206.354.9803 for more info.