In this time of transformation with big challenges facing us and our planet, it’s good to gather in the spirit of creative encouragement.
Without knowing any answers, we can ask deep questions and see what emerges using the spirit of words as our medium. Sharing the wisdom we discover offers inspiration and support at this time of change.
Take time to journal, create a fable or story, let a poem visit you or read something encouraging or transcendent with others or on your own.
In this spirit, I’m delighted to facilitate a Saturday morning creative writing group as part of the ‘Arts for meaning and connection’ series hosted by Melbourne Rudolf Steiner Seminar, an adult education institute in Warranwood.
We will meet at the beautiful grounds of the seminar at 37a Wellington Park Drive, Warranwood from 9.30am to 12pm on seven winter Saturdays from 24th July to 4th September.
The course will involve playful engagement with the serious life questions we face through a range of activities, both collaborative and individual, using word play, poetry, journaling, contemplation and story-making. There will be lots of opportunity to deepen insights and share wisdom and learning.