After you've taken the "getting started" step and have become a bit more familiar with the Trillium work's language and concepts, there are a number of ways that you can proceed, from minimal investments of time and money to fuller forms of immersion. It is entirely in your hands. We encourage you to feel into what level and form of engagement is right for you, recognizing that it will probably change over time!
Here are some options:
Virtual Mutuality Groups
A 'Virtual Mutuality Group' is a facilitated Trillium group that meets via Skype, Google Hangout, conference call, etc, and is generally composed of practitioners from different locations. Virtual groups are an inexpensive way to participate in the Trillium work and are led by facilitators or mentors at no cost. You must be working with a Trillium Awakening teacher or have completed the 10-week Foundation Course to be eligible for a Virtual Group.
The Olympia Mutuality Circle
In Olympia, we consider our local mutuality circle to be a place where mature, committed aspirants can come together in person and participate as peers in the catalytic practice of mutuality. Once you've been engaged with the Trillium work for a while, you may want to deepen your process by joining the Peer Mutuality Circle and become members of our lively and awakening community.
"Saniel has called this process a hero’s journey. And it is. Everybody will come up against the difficulties and find their own courage to keep going.
"Because when you start the surrender, Being, in its deep compassion and desire to know itself, will support your transformation."
~ Hillary Davis