What an amazing experience we all had at the sold out Conscious Writing Retreat a few weeks ago!
Powerful from the start, the transformative energy rippled through each and every one of us. Immersion in the tools and techniques of conscious writing and creative living led to comments such as this:
‘A pristine space to give birth to new creations; an inspiring space to envision; a safe space to reflect; a loving space to connect.’
Kelley Osborne, writer, teacher and healer.
If you’d like to see some retreat photos, check out this blog post here.
Following a short break to recharge after the retreat, the creative impulse continues to flow through me and has led to a strong inclination for a new creation to take centre stage now.
Originally I intended to offer the Mentoring Scholarship again this year. However, it seems like the ‘universe’ has other plans for me as my intuition is definitely nudging me towards creating a Conscious Writing Online Class.
Given the international nature of the IACCW membership and geographical restrictions that are a fact of life for many people, I’m inspired to share this holistic approach to discovering and expressing your true voice through a series of online classes.
Transitions and Transformation
In the meantime, you may remember that last month I shared a recent ‘aha’ moment of realization that all the people I work with are either on the brink or in the middle of some kind of transition. These relate to their process of self-discovery, creative unfolding, writing aspirations, and more.
As usual, I’ve dived straight in to explore that topic and written an article for the current issue of Aspire magazine called Conscious & Creative Self-Care for Women in Transition. It’s already triggered a positive response which is very rewarding – for more on that, see here.
If you enjoy reading it, do please post a comment at the end. It makes all the difference in the world to know your reaction to my creative offerings, and thank you in advance for your understanding and action!
Till next month…
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