The Gift and The Grail Teams
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I am now part of a brotherhood, a community of men, of like-minded men. I’ve been back to The Grail and I keep coming back for the depth, the humility and the wholeheartedness I feel when I come here.
There aren’t many opportunities for men to reveal their truth. To come out from the facade we hide behind each day and say, this is who I really am and not worry about being judged. The Grail is so safe an environment, that vulnerability is natural, is courageous, is welcomed.
At that first Gift I attended I sat and watched the guides and said “one day I’ll do that for women”. The inspiration for me was in the witnessing of such transformation within the women and the great power that was held in sacred space.
The ongoing support is amazing; I feel safe to show up just as I am, and being held in this way I am constantly growing and evolving, always deepening my connection to myself and in turn my capacity to hold others in compassion becomes stronger all the time.
At The Gift I was able to let go of a dark space within me that I didn’t know was there and was able to replace that with just being me. The space was safe, with no fixing or advise giving, just beautiful support.
At my first Gift in 2003 I learned that there really was a “place for me to be” and there was no turning back. I wanted to learn how to hold space for women in the amazingly supportive way that I experienced.
I challenge all men who read this to dive into the unknown. Allow yourself to have all of you, not just the good bits – ALL of it!
The Grail is unique. You won’t find an experience like this anywhere else, particularly in the fold of a men’s event or “men’s work”. It is memorable, challenging, confronting, nourishing and lasting.
The Gift is a place where I can go and hear my own self speak in a way I don’t find anywhere else in the world.
I found the power of The Grail is that it doesn’t try to teach anything or turn us into anything. It helps men to drop our masks and armour so we can find, meet and embrace our true self; as scary and exhilarating as that is.