NEW ONLINE COURSE: CRAFTING YOUR SPIRITUAL STORYLINE

March 4, 2016

February , 2016 Dear Writers and Creators The amazing New Year has brought excitement, connection and manifestation of the seeds planted last fall. Here in Tucson, spring is in the air – 80 degrees and the Asian Pear outside my window is in perfect full bloom. So often, I don’t remember to make the connection […]

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THE POWER OF STORY – Yours and mine

August 31, 2015

It seems more and more in this technology, social media driven culture that stories are showing up everywhere. In community settings such as Tucson, we have Odyssey Storytelling, and Writers Read that appeal to the more general public in addition to hundreds of writing groups for those serious  writers.   Even Oprah’s magazine for September 2015 […]

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DISCOVER YOUR STORYLINE IN TUCSON

February 6, 2015

  Discover Your Spiritual Storyline An Introductory Workshop to Writing Your Spiritual Autobiography   Saturday, February 7 from 9:30 am – 12 pm In the Weeks Room at Grace St Paul’s Episcopal Church Fee: $25-40 In this 2.5 hour Introductory workshop, participants will reflect on and explore their autobiographical journey from a spiritual perspective. Draw your […]

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Greetings to One and All

December 9, 2014

If this image resonates with you, join in the fun.  Look forward to a new year with space and openness to explore your past life and discover your spiritual storyline.  Give yourself the gift of time in the NEW YEAR to harvest your wisdom with insight and confidence. I’m thrilled now to offer a six […]

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HARVESTING OUR WISDOM

September 29, 2014

Sharing Spiritual Autobiography in a circle setting is a transformative and revealing – if not magical process.  Our intention is to write about our life experience from a spiritual perspective. The obvious but perhaps unexpected first question that arises is “what is Spirit” and all that entails? And specifically, how is it different from religion? […]

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