Jump-start your creativity at my day-long retreat on “Writing as a Spiritual Practice” at beautiful Mercy Center in Burlingame, CA, on Sunday, October 5, 2014, 10-4. Lunch is included. Registration closes 9/30, so grab your seat now at http://preview.tinyurl.com/nd547vn.
On this special day of community, enjoyment, and expansion, we will reflect, write, and share about:
- Resting in the divine as we give expression to the human
- Gently releasing old blocks, fears, and distractions
- Practical tips and finding new inspiration
This retreat is back by popular demand, and will include more time to write, share, and explore. We’ll also delve more deeply into subjects like: “Lifting Ourselves.”
Writing is a creative act. It asks us to lift ourselves beyond the everyday world of “to do” lists, work tasks, and grocery shopping into a realm where we see those activities—and all the rest of the universe—through the eyes of the One. With that universal vision, we find greater meaning and joy. We become clearer and more productive. And we bring those riches to whatever we then say about everyday matters.
Each time we go to that higher realm, we come back changed. We may return to the everyday world when it’s time to cook dinner, but the curtain never closes as far as it was before. Each time we enter into the spiritual practice of raising our vision, we shorten the distance between cooking dinner and seeing the face of God.
For more on writing as a spiritual practice, visit my website at www.carolcostello.net.