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Heart to Heart Writing

Heart to Heart Writing – HIGHLIGHT

Meditators gather in Palm Beach, Florida to explore writing as contemplative practice by Tunde Nemeth I’m so excited to be back at the Palm Beach Shambhala Centre after a summer in the Great White North, and even more excited to be doing contemplative writing again. What a contemplative writing ... continue
Posted February 3, 2017 by CGH
Writing with Beginner's Mind

Writing with Beginner’s Mind – HIGHLIGHT

Writing is for everyone! A writer and workshop leader shows us how…. by Tunde Nemeth Forget everything you’ve ever learned about writing, everything you know about making an outline and following it and sticking to one point per paragraph. Forget about grammar and punctuation and making sense. Forget ... continue
Posted June 21, 2016 by CGH
Fear and Contraction

Fear and Contraction – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Celebrating the Arts On Writing by Michelle Welch, Phoenix I’ve talked about writing several times on the Phoenix blog, because it’s something I do and something that’s so embedded in my life that it offers all kinds of opportunity to practice, often in unexpected ways. One of these ... continue
Posted March 11, 2015 by
Fragile Ego

Fragile Ego – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Celebrating the Arts On Writing by Michelle Welch, Phoenix If you’re a writer and you’re trying to do anything but self-publish exclusively, you’re going to have to face rejection. My first agent hunt involved 8 rejection letters; my second, four. I have a raft of rejections from years ... continue
Posted December 12, 2014 by
Meditation and Irony

Meditation and Irony – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Celebrating the Arts by Michelle Welch, Phoenix I’m a writer, for those who don’t already know. There’s a big dichotomy between being a writer and being a meditator, namely that writing requires you to be stuck in your head, conceptualizing everything, nearly all the time. continue
Posted June 9, 2014 by
Breath's Sibling

Breath’s Sibling – HIGHLIGHT

On Contemplative Being by Ginger Teppner, Naropa University Contemplative writing (breath’s sibling) creates a portal that connects interior to exterior. The term contemplation inhabits this space of attention. It requires focus and deliberate release. The release of the known. It is not enough to explore the interiority of ... continue
Posted August 28, 2013 by


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