Walking in This World: Week 9 (Venue has recently changed - please see note)

This is a group following the book WALKING IN THIS WORLD, Julia Cameron's sequel to The Artist's Way.  Let's meet up to talk about our experiences on our creative journey.

We hope you will have read the relevant chapter of "Walking in This World" and completed some of the tasks.

For this session, please read the chapter called Week 9: Discovering a Sense of Resiliency.


Please note the new venue, Costa Coffee at 200 Piccadilly.  It's not the Costa Coffee in the basement of the Waterstones building, it's a separate cafe on the street nearby.  We'll be downstairs - look for a green Walking in This World book on the table.

Please bring a few pounds to buy some food or drink at the venue.  The cafe serves hot drinks and snacks.

New to the group?  Please read

If you'd like to join us at this point, you're welcome to.  (Please note that we're following the book "Walking in This World" and not "The Artist's Way".)

I'd suggest reading the "Basic Tools" section at the beginning of the book as well as this week's chapter.  You don't need to catch up with the previous chapters first, since each chapter is independent of the others.

Even if you haven't done the reading or tasks, if you're interested in following the Walking in this World course feel free to come to the discussion about it.  If you've tried any of the basic tools - morning pages, a weekly artist's date and a weekly walk - all the better.

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  • Elke de b.


    1 · July 1, 2013

  • Maxine

    Hi Melissa,

    There will probably be a new group working through the Artist's Way book in the Autumn. That isn't fixed, it depends on how many people are interested, but usually there's a group beginning around September time.

    As long as you have your email settings ticked for notification when a new meetup is announced, organiser broadcasts and the mailing list, you'll get an email when a new group is being planned.

    Best wishes,


    July 1, 2013

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