Inspiration is vital for expressing your ideas in words, and getting in touch with your intuition and quiet inner voice for inspiration is a key part of the process. In this group, you'll do guided meditations, creative exercises, Haiku writing, and story-catching to get past your analytic mind and learned conventions and express your ideas more creatively from your spirit or intuition. To help you with this, I'll teach you the art of joriki, a Zen term for illuminating the light or spirit within and blending with the light of the source or spirit without. Learning to write from this place also helps you see the world from a more inspired and intuitive place, which in turn deepens the expression of your writing.
Many people have been astonished with the originality and beauty of the work they have produced during these classes. While it can be intense, this is a thoroughly enjoyable and creative class. No writing experience is needed and sharing your writing with the group is entirely optional.
This group has a heavy emphasis on spirituality, meditation, learning to live intuitively, and learning to get beyond the ego to connect with the place from where inspiration and creativity flows.
It is not about manuscript critiquing or the business of publishing.
About me: I'm a a published author, an award nominated scriptwriter and journalist, with a career ranging from an Iraq War correspondent to lifestyle and spirituality feature writing. My work has been featured on BBC, NPR, McClatchy News and the Huffington Post. I am also an evidential and healing medium and teacher. I trained in mediumship the Arthur Findlay College in London and healing and intuitive modalities at the Edgar Cayce Center in VA & NY. As a Master in Anglo-Irish literature and graduate of the London School of Journalism, I am an exponent of writing for mindfulness and spiritual transformation.
I combine my writing ability with mediumship to access the wisdom of the spirit to create work that is healing for me and for many around me. Using intuition to find that point of inspiration both inside and out in all circumstances has always been important in my work.
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