Tag Archives: Labyrinth Writing



As an alumni of TeachNow, I’ve registered again …

… and am absolutely LOVING the nourishing support provided in the Modules and on the Q&A calls! I encourage YOU to check it out if you long to share what you’re passionate about with others in sustainable ways … earning … Continue reading

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The Wolf You Feed …

Thanks to Tracy Brooks for finding & sharing this wolf photo at Facebook which reminded me of the Native American story told by a grandfather to his grandson and Pema Chodron’s book, Taking the Leap inspiring this morning’s labyrinth writing … Continue reading

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Clearing the way to my ideal audience …

What follows are six labyrinth pieces I wrote early this morning … one right after the other. Click to listen to me read this piece As is so often the case for me, I’m engaged in a variety of challenging … Continue reading

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Clarifying Conversations …

What I wrote this morning at 3:54am … Click the left arrow above twice to listen to me read the following labyrinth piece.

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What I’ve come to know recently …

… through my daily journal writing and (more specifically) from listening to Christine Kloser’s Transformational Author Experience series of calls and responding to the ‘3 Whys’ and a 4th question posed by Christine early on: Why this book? Why me? … Continue reading

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Writing as Meditation

  “The purpose of any spiritual practice is to keep us engaged and in dialogue with the Divine, wherever we perceive it, and however we have learned to speak and listen.” Christina Baldwin One of my biggest problems in writing … Continue reading

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Writing to learn …

  “Believe in something big. Your life is a noble motive.” Walter Anderson   For decades I’ve practiced writing fluidly using ‘7 Rules for Writing’ I learned from Natalie Goldberg in Writing Down the Bones and I’ve taught students of … Continue reading

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