October 4th, 2016:

Transformational Writing Circle In MADISON. FULL

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Unlock your innate wisdom, creativity and inspiration through this popular class: Unleashing Our Creative Potential through Transformational Writing.

Cultivate a deeper connection to the creative source within you, generate new ideas and explore possibilities. No matter what your spiritual practices, this class will enhance your creative intentions and give you the tools to make meaning in any given situation. You will discover a deeper sense of creativity through monthly writing prompts, meditations, use of third things (poetry, teaching stories, oracles) and nature/seasonal explorations. This class is for anyone who wants to explore a deeper connection to their creative potential through writing.

I have offered Spiritual Journaling classes for over 20 years; worked with writers for as many years helping writers write and (if they choose) become authors. So much can happen inside us and through us as a result of our writing. In this class you will explore your inner and outer landscapes through writing.

The experience, writing prompts and inquiry go way beyond the three hours we share on Tuesday evenings. I offer personalized inquiries for each participant, journaling prompts for in-between class to promote your creative ideas, and a variety of explorations that bring forth movement in all your creative dreams and pursuits. We will also have at least one full day writing retreat for our class out at my home (free). 

Held at Harmonia Psychotherapy Center in Madison Wisconsin. 406 N Pinckney

Facilitated by author and transpersonal consultant Julie Tallard Johnson .

Begins OCTOBER 4th, 2016 Meets every FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH for a year. A commitment to the entire series is required.  Limited to 10.  6:00 till 9:00

Cost: $35/ per night/month

"In Lakota framework everyone is a meaning-maker, everyone must
make sense of his or her experience. Woableza has been translated as
“realization.” It has always seemed to me that this word acknowledges
that each person has a capacity to make meaning; that understanding
is very personal, is timed by him or her, and is not predictable; and
for woableza to exist, a change in the person should take place." –Gerald Mohatt,  The Price of a Gift

  Julie@julietallardjohnson.com to register. 

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