Asheville Sangha

Supporting the Awakening of Consciousness in Asheville and Beyond

10.15.16 Writing from the Heart at the Full Moon

This is a time of upheaval, of challenges to what we have known to be true, of opportunities to embrace and heal old wounds, patterns, attitudes from the past, and express the energy behind them, bringing them out into the open, making way for the newness that wants to be birthed through us.

It is also a time of breakthrough, especially in finding the most beneficial ways to express our full life potential.

Writing prompts will be on this current Time of Great Change we are living through, and the promise of the Full Harvest Moon; on shifting our perspectives from fear and lack beliefs to a creative re-imagining of who we might be and that resulting increase in confidence; on the inner changes we want to embrace and support, and bring forward into manifestation; and on removing those obstacles in the way of expressing our gifts and our enthusiasm.

Flexibility, reinvesting in ourselves, and creating from our highest capacities are inherent in the content. As always, the choice of prompts will reflect the group that assembles on Saturday, but participants are free to write on any theme other than the prompts given. Take home tools and gentle feedback are given to support a writing practice and whatever project you would like to attempt or finish.

Writing as a meditative act encourages our connection to our inner voice and allows it to speak through us, in not only writing, but in all the arts.

This gathering is for writers and non-writers alike.

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Comment by Amana Aile Shebar on October 8, 2016 at 9:23pm

Aile (Amana) combines spiritual and meditative elements with a lifetime of ‘writing practice’ and offers a unique experience to access our inner, wiser voice and give it full expression. Urged to share this process by H.W.L. Poonja (Papaji), she includes principles of her mentors Natalie Goldberg, Julia Cameron, Joan Logghe, and others, and gives them new breath, aliveness and meaning. You do not have to be a writer to attend.


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