Our popular online workshop returns, with updates and new materials!
This workshop runs over three consecutive weeks.
Next dates: This course is currently running on April 19th, 26th & May 3rd. The course is now fully subscribed.
All the sessions will run at 6pm – 8pm UK Time
Check here to find the timing of this workshop where you are.
A series of three 2-hour online workshops hosted by Karen Alexander exploring crop circles, geometry, symbolism & most importantly their vital role in consciousness change. Each workshop is filled with gorgeous photography, drawings & much more.
The price for the entire workshop (all three sessions) is just £75.00 – approx $100.00 USD.
Booking: You can complete your booking at the bottom of this page and click on the photo (left) to download a short PDF brochure for the workshop.
Joining the Workshop: Upon booking you will be sent details of how to join the online workshop. We use an online conferencing platform which is free for you to use and will require the download of an App to your computer or device. Please note that the workshop will be better enjoyed on a desktop or laptop computer where you will be able to see the illustrations clearly.
Important: We do not record these sessions, they are live and interactive.
Our sessions will be small, intimate groups of no more than 15 participants per session. Our session format will include beautifully illustrated presentational information, with opportunity for group participation and discussion. No expertise or experience is required, these workshops are for everyone.
SESSION ONE: Welcome & group introductions | An introduction to the crop circle phenomenon | New thinking about how to approach the phenomenon| Challenging old preconceptions | Engaging with the Symbolic & the Psyche | Learning to ‘sit with the question’ | Group discussion
SESSION TWO: Welcome | An introduction to crop circle geometry | Sacred Number as a language| Quality vs. Quantity, Duality & Triangulation | Measure, Time & Spirit | Crop Circle Hermeneutics | Developing your own geometry practices | Group discussion
SESSION THREE: Welcome | Geber’s Stages of consciousness evolution & links to perception | Travelling through the dimensions | McGilchrist’s Hemispheres & beyond Maslow’s pyramid | Crop Circles as the event horizon of a new consciousness | Developing your own consciousness based explorations | Group discussion & Farewells…
Crop Circles embody something deeply personal for me and that is that potential for personal transformation. People talk about messages, codes, information, languages, but to me the crop circles have always seemed beyond those very ‘human’ concepts. They speak directly to the heart, spirit or soul, often bypassing the intellect (in its current form). In our rational/mental age we look for the rational, intellectual, and the logical, but I think in the crop circles we have something that calls us beyond that, something that calls for us to develop an intelligence of the heart, soul or psyche. My overwhelming sense is of something that is timeless, non-linear and that has no one firm interpretation. The crop circles seem to be able to speak to each one of us in an individual way, but collectively they address consciousness itself and call us forward to a new perception of ourselves and our place in the world. Karen Alexander
Karen Alexander is a long time circles researcher (1990-present day) who has for many years brought a thoughtful and introspective touch to researching the crop circles. A highly respected and influential speaker and writer, her work seamlessly fuses sacred art, spirituality, psychology and philosophy – the scholarly and the intuitive. Karen is perhaps best known as the writer behind the annually published Crop Circle Year Books (1999 – 2019) and Crop Circles: Signs, Wonders & Mysteries (Arcturus, 2006 & updated in 2009 & 2012). She is also known for her hand drawn images and paintings of the crop circles which are widely admired and collected. Karen has a background in counselling and psychotherapy and has facilitated and taken part in a number of groups and projects over the last 20 years looking specifically into crop circles and their connection with consciousness.
“Karen, thank you for the informative and enlightening workshop. It was a perfect synthesis of the history of the circles, sacred shape and number, and how it all relates to the evolution of consciousness. It has inspired me to work with the circles on a more interactive level so I can look more deeply into their beauty and meaning. I hope you offer more workshops in the future.” Celeste
“Those three weeks in the virtual fields went by quickly! Must be related to the “paranormal” and altered time perception. Thank you for all the work putting together the Circles of Transformation presentation. It was a masterful endeavor, and you deserve an honorary PhD for the enormous amount of work and thought that went into it. Openings into boundless realms of classical knowledge are delivered with charm and authority as they relate to the portents of these patterns. We are enriched in the light of your personal awe and enthusiasm that clearly endure after all these years. How extraordinary to be part of the cosmic mysteries as made available through the crop circles under your perceptive guidance. I’d love to take the course again, so deep is the sacred well.” Mark
“Your explanations and commentary on matters crop circle warm my heart. I have always been interested in the effects of the non-physical. I find your words and subtle encouragement like an invitation for your readers to be more open to unfamiliar explanantions and commentary. There’s room for all of us. It was quite evident in the recent Online Workshop that you put on in April – which I enjoyed – and the informative materials you sent to us. It was good seeing and sharing your illustrations. You invited the participants to be open to the world of possibility, to sit with the question. In response I think we must become adept at using our anxiety for good. Life will always be uncertain. It’s time get to know my shadow side, my butterflies, my little voice.” Peter