A Man’s Invitation to Join a Men’s Group

This post comes from Tim Corcoran’s invitation he sent to his friends and social network to join a men’s group. In this invitation he speaks to the heart of what a men’s groups does for a man.

I’d like to share an invitation with you (or your husband’s) to an introduction to Men’s Groups and Men’s Circles.  This event will be a great community opportunity to learn about this powerful way of coming together as men that I believe is critical in our world’s movement towards a more conscious, holistic experience of life.

I have been a part of the Sandpoint Men’s Group since July of 2010, and it has had a huge impact on my life.  Prior to joining, I had actually received lots of invitations but always refused, saying to myself “I don’t need a group like that, they don’t have anything to offer me”.  Yet the truth was that when I finally put my guard down and gave it a try, I found that it had so much to offer me and that my life benefitted in many, many ways, some expected yet most unexpected.

  • My Men’s Group has undoubtedly supported me to live the life I have always wanted to.
  • It is a place I go to get my needs met in a way that can only happen from a group of conscious, emotionally mature and emotionally intelligent men.
  • I find myself showing up more powerfully present for my wife, my boys, and myself.  People see this in me and comment about my changes.
  • I also find myself showing up more powerfully present in my work, at Twin Eagles Wilderness School.  I see the success that Twin Eagles is experiencing now directly related to the support I receive from my Men’s Group.
  • I find myself more connected to my purpose than ever before, and know that without a doubt my Men’s Group has supported this in a huge way.
  • I am happier, and content with life.  I “Know Myself” better, and am taking more responsibility for my own life, as a part of a greater interconnected whole.

As a man, I see that our world is evolving into a greater consciousness, one of more peace, sustainability, regeneration and connection.  There are a lot of pieces to make this transition happen, and I see that Men’s Groups like what we have here in Sandpoint are one of the significant support structures in making this shift a reality.

As some of my native elders say, “The time of the lone wolf is over”  “The only way for us to experience true power is to work together”

So, with all that said, come join us on Thursday!  It’s free, there is no commitment, and it’s a chance for you to try something new that just might make a big difference in supporting you to live the life of your dreams.

Hope to see you there,
-Tim

PS – There is nothing “in this” for me, other than the joy of seeing other men who I care about getting a higher level of support to live the life they want to live.  I believe in it, and I believe in its power to change our world, one person at a time.

[Editor’s note: you can use this invitation to inspire you to invite men to the group you start.]

Tim Corcoran currently serves as co-Director of Twin Eagles Wilderness School, an organization he co-Founded with his wife, Jeannine Tidwell, in Sandpoint, Idaho in 2005 as a vehicle to support his life’s work of facilitating Deep Nature Connection Mentoring and Cultural Restoration.  Men’s Work, Wilderness Survival, Permaculture, Wild Edible & Medicinal Plants, Wildlife Tracking, Bird Language, Holistic Rites of Passage for boys, healing the cultural rift between the White and Native cultures, Inner Tracking, the Spiritual Journey and Family are all deep, heart centered commitments in his life.

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  1. Salma March 4, 2016 Reply

    Thank you very much Aja. Nice to see you here. And elle s’ennuie, thank you too. And alo. I’m trying so hard to not use exmcolatian points (!) Ya I wanted to do a new pocket. It’s the buttons that make me crazy, they are really nice. I think it’s ok if it’s showing wear especially nice green stuff. They do clean up pretty well and can take a pretty heavy duty cleaning. I love to hear bag updates! I think the totes you have of mine may have the best life of any that have gone out into the wilds of the world. I can’t even believe all the endless- here is a butterfly, here are some deer, here are flower and flowers and more flowers, oh here is an abandoned castle. Bit jealous!

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