Our group of eight will come together every other week over the course of three months.
When we meet, each group member will receive 15 minutes of individual work, with group sessions lasting a total of two hours. I have found with my online clients that 15 minutes is the time needed for one solid piece of work.
While each individual is in session, the rest of the group will hold intention for the current client. What’s amazing about this kind of group intention is that we have found that therapeutic results actually extend just as much to the people holding intention as to the person receiving the work, especially if that group consists of at least 8 people. So the group intention is an integral part of the work and benefits everybody.
Also, by attuning to the current client, POD participants have reported that they end up doing their own version of the work that the client is receiving. The result of this is that each meeting ends up being a two hour session for everyone, but with the freedom for everyone to titrate involvement by turning off their camera or sound for a bit, or walking around, orienting, etc.. when not in their 15 minute window.
I will also be moderating a private Facebook group just for that Pod of people to ask follow-up questions and share their experience in between sessions, and this Facebook group will stay open after the Pod is over so members can stay connected.
“And that’s the most astonishing revelation of all: people who intend for others, see their own lives transform and heal.”