Entries tagged with “Writing”
How can we cultivate our capacity as human beings so that we can bring more of ourselves into our work and life?
Make your way through the season of life when writing seems impossible.
Beloved poet and natural world evangelist Mary Oliver pulls the curtain for a rare glimpse behind her writing and life. Her new book of prose, Upstream, filled with gorgeous essays…
Tools and techniques to put pen to paper.
Writing is a vital personal expression—a way to both share who you are with the world, and to delve deeper into your own psyche.
There are many different ways we can approach journaling. Here are seven suggestions to try.
Think back to how you played as a child. Remember how it felt to create your own stories and scenarios and games? In the middle of creative flow, there is a feeling of elation, and…
Writing about love, romance, and sensuality can help magnetize the love life you desire.
These questions culled from books can inspire spiritual growth, self-awareness, and courage to take life by the horns.
A spiritual journey nourished by constant self-reflection and meditation mala beads.
Can’t bear to put pen to paper? Start with a page that’s full of words instead of one that’s devoid of them.
“Anne Lamott is the spiritual writing world’s Ernest Hemingway.”
Writing What We Believe for Those We Love
The Grace in LivingRecognize It, Trust It, Abide in ItBy Kathleen Dowling SinghWisdom PublicationsKathleen Dowling Singh is a Dharma practitioner and respected author who’s written…
It’s Spring 2012, and we just had a super full moon: The moon was closer to the earth than it’s been all year. Here in Vancouver, it’s just starting to get warm, though the cherry …
Dr. Neha Sangwan and writer and coach Jackee Holder say deep listening is the path to wellness
Collecting an imaginary album, where places in nature have made their mark.
A cue for life and writing from Anne Lamott's "The Sacrament of Plop"
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When you fictionalize your story, you can leave the technicalities at the door.