To Invent What We Desire: Strategies and Meditations for Getting Unstuck
It’s easy to become separated from our writing, and sometimes we don’t know how to return from that stuck place. This course explores experiences of being lost—and ways of getting found. We’ll start with nine strategies drawn from Adrienne Rich’s essay “To invent what we desire” (in What Is Found There: Notebooks on Poetry and Politics), then go deeper, using guided meditation and self-hypnosis to encounter and soften our resistance and reconnect with the artist within us. We’ll finish up with discussion and plans for diving back into the heart of our work.
Sunday, August 4, 10:00 AM-12:30 PM
1158 17th Avenue East, Seattle, WA 98112
Day-of contact: 415-987-6759
• Pen and paper.
• Yoga mat, blanket, pillow, or anything else that would help you get comfortable for the guided meditation portion of this class. We'll also have chairs for those who prefer to sit.
I look forward to sharing this time with you! —Lisa