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conscious creativity, intuitive writing and contemporary publishing
options which open the way for you to discover your authentic
voice, on the page and in the world.

We provide inspiration, information, support and connection for
you to overcome isolation, move through resistance, and
experience the sense of freedom and purpose which
comes from fulfilling your true creative potential.

Whether you are an experienced author or are just
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Conscious Writing USA

May 30, 2018

Conscious Writing Retreat USA
Discover Your True Voice

SUNDAY 9 to FRIDAY 14 SEPTEMBER

Omega Institute For Holistic Studies
Rhinebeck, NY

Immerse yourself in creative exploration and learn to write from your heart with the voice of your soul.

Conscious Writing is a holistic approach to creative awakening and vibrant writing. Its transformative power comes from learning to write from your true self, the eternal part of you that is naturally creative and free from resistance—the original source of your authentic voice. Author and intuitive mentor Julia McCutchen guides you to discover your voice and unlock your creativity through the Conscious Writing process, a proven method for transitioning into a deep creative flow aligned with your purpose. You:

  • Participate in opening and closing ceremonies
  • Explore a different theme each day
  • Experience guided energy, meditation, and visualization practices
  • Engage in a variety of creative exercises and plenty of writing

You work independently, in pairs, and in small groups within a safe, sacred space. You may choose to read your work aloud in an optional open mic session. Professional writers as well as enthusiasts are welcome.

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Julia McCutchen is an intuitive mentor, teacher, author, and founder of the International Association of Conscious & Creative Writers. A former international publisher, she experienced a life-changing accident in 1999 which triggered a deep awakening that led her to leave the corporate world and forge her own path. McCutchen’s core teaching includes conscious writing and creative exploration to guide people to discover their authentic voices, unlock their creativity, and transform their lives to align with their souls. Her specialty is to bring intuitive insight to her work with individuals and groups to reveal their true purpose and provide the clarity they seek. McCutchen is the author of The Writer’s Journey: From Inspiration to Publication and Conscious Writing: Discover Your True Voice Through Mindfulness and More.

Completion Not Perfection

May 4, 2018

As a successful coach with a thriving practice, Sarah loved her work and enjoyed supporting her clients to identify and pursue their true priorities in life.

However, she was constantly over-delivering, felt depleted as a result, and harboured a secret sense of shame.

She’d always wanted to write and share the lessons she’d learned from many years of spiritual, personal and professional growth.

Yet despite several attempts to apply her wide-ranging skills to the written word, she kept getting stuck and just couldn’t find her flow.

Despite her professional success, she felt like she was failing.

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May Inspiration for Conscious & Creative Writers

May 28, 2013

“The rule for writing practice is ‘keep your hand moving,’
not stopping actually is a way to physically break through your
mental resistances and cut through the concept that
writing is just about ideas and thinking.

There is no separation between the mind and body;
therefore, you can break through the mind barriers to writing
through the physical act of writing, just as you can believe
with your mind that your hand won’t stop at the wood,
so you can break a board in karate.”

Natalie Goldberg

Conscious Writers know that the deepest creative flow
arises when mind and body are in complete alignment.

To your conscious & creative success!

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Filed under: inspiration — Tags: , , , — Julia @ 3:36 pm
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