Thinking about making a move? I’ve got 2 openings for my 1:1 work this September…maybe one of them is yours. It looks like this.
This first week of the series will set the foundation for us—creating more safety and comfort for each other and this process by getting a feel for who is in our group and how it will work. We’ll walk through the process to create context, talk about expectations and best practices, and clarify intentions for yourself to keep it real—and moving forward.
This is the first theme we’ll be using to guide our writing, so naturally it begins by taking stock and widening the aperture of our awareness. We’ll find our way into this experience of writing gently and organically by doing some data gathering in our inner an outer worlds, tuning into what what’s present to us—right before our eyes, at our feet, or under our nose.
We’ll narrow the focus of our attention, identifying themes and patterns in our awareness. We’ll plug into what matters most in our field of vision, and will move more deeply into our hearts as we follow a burgeoning desire, call to action, or a clear sense of urgency. Knowing gives way to renewed inspiration with that clarity.
As the mid-point in this series, you’ll zoom in on what you want more specifically—naming it more concretely and pointedly. Because of your vantage point, you’ll sense where you are now in relation to where you want be—seeing more clearly the steps that will move you in the direction you wish to go. You’ll feel more confident and sure-footed charting your course.
Possibilities and inspired actions find you this week, as you start to turn the wheels of motion toward what you want. What might have felt blocked or hard before now start to feel more open and organic, because your movement is fueled by your truth and aligned with who you are. Restless excitement and higher energy move in where dread and overwhelm used to be.
In this last week, we’ll look at the arc of your journey with an eye to how you will support yourself moving forward, beyond this writing experience. We’ll discuss ways of integrating writing as a practice to guide you on your path, wherever it takes you, and explore ways of holding yourself accountable as you mine for your truth.
The series of six gatherings plus materials is $425.
This writing experience will be offered once this spring—starting April 27 and running through June 1. (note: this course will most likely fill up fast so if you have your sights on it, let me know sooner than later so we can see if it’s a good fit for you.)
All gatherings are held via phone conference on Thursday evenings from 7:00-8:00 pm EST.
Groups are curated (application is required) and limited to five members.
Participants are expected to attend all six gatherings. Conversations build on each other, and the relationships deepen each month as a result.
After registering, all participants will receive a packet in the mail containing the weekly questions, the process, and a helpful handful of articles, ideas, and suggested tips and techniques on writing.
(see note above…) Spots for this circle generally fill up quickly—by late February—so if you’re keen on participating, please don’t wait to reach out to me.
No writing experience or skill is necessary to participate (if you can write a to-do list, you’re all set). You don’t need to be an aspiring writer to feel at home here—just come as you are.
This is not a writing class, nor is it a writing group. No specific instruction on how to write or critiques will be given. It’s about accessing the purity and power of your inner voice, so we don’t care about grammar, spelling, or composition (plus no one sees that stuff when you read aloud).
Women don’t usually know each other when we begin—but the common thread between us all is generally me and my relationship with each of you.
This circle isn’t therapy, and we won’t fix, advise or rescue each other—but we do keep it real and let it be messy, unfinished, and evolving.
In this six-week process, I went from not realizing my soul had a voice to opening the spigot wide open.
In Her Words blew me away. It was more than just an opportunity to write. There were so many powerful elements for me. The stuff I was able to process through the writing, reading and listening prepared me to really say “YES!”
I was astounded by the community we were able to create over the phone. So much vibrancy and connection!
I was deeply impacted by the way the writing process both mirrored and created my living world.
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