Catching Up With The Circler

43ED890F-9015-4CCA-B837-6B89D7B994E2Justin the Circler is back!

We talk about all the changes that has happened with our projects in the last year. We name drop a lot of M-P classmates! Most importantly, we remember the night! progress!

Justin practices the art of Sacred Geometry. He brought over a Circler (a handmade wooden compass) that is about 3 feet long and is the quintessential tool for his remarkable sand and chalk designs. He breaks down amazing lessons through instruction and letting you use the tools to discover your connection to the fundamentals of age-old learning and storytelling techniques. No words give it justice, so go check out <a href="” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”> and if you can catch an event, even better!

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    • Thank you, it means a lot.
      I want to make it out to one of your events real soon. When I get back from vacation I plan on taking the kids out to one! I’m humbled to make friends out of this project!


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