The circle symbolizes "one", the infinite, the Sun
The circle is perhaps the oldest of all mystic symbols. It is the Earth and the Sun, a solid line, which symbolizes eternity and continuity.
The circle is hollow and full, open and closed. The circle is complete and also has unlimited potential.

The sky is round, and I have heard
that the earth is round like a ball,
and so are all the stars.
The wind, in its greatest power whirls.
Birds make their nest in circles,
for theirs is the same religion as ours.
The sun comes forth and goes down again in a circle.
The moon does the same and both are round.
Even the seasons form a great circle in their changing,
and always come back again to where they were.
The life of a man is a circle
from childhood to childhood,
and so it is in everything where power moves.
Poem of Sioux Indians.

As we move in the circle, we know that everything in the circle is sacred and that everything outside the circle, is sacred.
Everything is sacred.
We share and sent reverence and respect, strength and support to all the people of the four directions, so that we may all work together, united as one body, one heart, one mind and one law, namely those of love.

Circles are everywhere, in the macro-and micro-cosmos, in nature, in every cell of our body.
The center of the circle represents the center of the universe or our own core essence.
The circle means harmony, endless cycle without beginning or end, cycle of life. All circles are the same, their size is their only difference. It is the figure with the smallest circumference with the largest content.

We make a circle together and we bring along our own identity and uniqueness.
Each circle is new and unique as each of us is unique.
In the circle, everyone is an indispensable part of the whole, everyone can see everyone, everyone is equally valuable and is at the same distance from the center. This center is the source and essence of the "whole" and is healing.

The eternal, infinite is beyond time, there is only the "now", the "moment".
We are connected together by giving hands to one another, the right hand with the palm up to receive the left hand with the palm down to give.
We dance mostly counterclockwise, towards light and awareness to meet.

Each participant is a part of the whole. The knowledge of the dance itself is not important.
We just try to relax, enjoy and dance to sense what the dance is doing with us, without judging, or having to perform.