Tune in to the Wellness in San Diego podcast for weekly conversations with local biz owners + changemakers across food, health, movement, wellbeing + spirituality. This week Ken Rosaasen shares his own transformational journey through “doing the work” and what led him to co-found MOKSHA Men, a men’s circle in San Diego and online.
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Season 2, Episode 23: The Transformational Work of Men’s Circles with Ken Rosaasen
This week we delve into importance of creating a safe and supportive environment where men can authentically express themselves, free from judgment and societal expectations.
Our guest, Ken Rosaasen, is an embodiment / empowerment life coach and one of the co-founders of Moksha Men, a men’s circle and support group based here in San Diego and online.
Ken discusses the transformative power of active listening, deep sharing, and the invaluable wisdom that arises from the collective experiences of men’s circle. He shares his own personal story of transformation, resilience, and the tremendous growth that can occur when men gather with intention.
Whether you’re a man seeking a sense of belonging or a curious listener eager to understand the men’s circle experience, listen in to explore the transformative dynamics and profound impact of men’s circles.
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