Renee Baribeau kindly invited me to participate in the I AM Symposium 2017, Winter Solstice Celebration, which runs from December 21 to January 12. You can still register to be sent daily links to interviews here: http://www.iamsymposium.com/ My discussion with Renee centered on the meaning of winter festivals that mark the darkest day of the year followed by the renewal of the light moving toward spring and newness of creation.
Also, I shared one of the basic techniques I advocate for accelerating the writing process. This is useful for other forms of creativity too, but is particularly good when a writer has set a clear intention and wants to support the unconscious mind to reveal more information. Learn about the What More? Technique during this half hour.
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Lori Ann King joins me in this insightful interview to discuss her new book release COME BACK STRONG: BALANCED WELLNESS AFTER SURGICAL MENOPAUSE, which is a holistic look at preparation for and recovery from surgery. She shares what to do moving forward to feel great and lead a purposeful and active life as a woman. Some 600,000 women per year in the United States have this intense and transformative experience, and as an athlete, wellness coach, and someone who has been through it herself, Lori Ann has tons of tips to share.
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New York University college student Lucy Quigley, in recovery from an eating disorder, wrote an eloquent book to encourage other young women and men to seek treatment if they are experiencing compulsions related to food: including anorexia, binge eating, purging. Her message is simple: You deserve love, happiness, and attention.
You can purchase copies of Lucy’s book from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indie Bound, and elsewhere.
Funny, perceptive, and practical—this compendium of memorable quotations from our favorite writers and great literary figures shows us that, as word smiths, we are not alone in how or why we choose to meet the challenge of the blank page. Despite the fact that writing is an often sloppy and sometimes frustrating process, it is also an exhilarating, joyful, entertaining, and even noble, endeavor, which, if done honestly and practiced faithfully, ultimately reveals every aspect of the human condition. Here you will find encouragement, advice, and motivation, along with belly laughs. A gift for everyone who writes, or longs to, THE WRITER’S BOOK OF INSPIRATION reads like the conversation at a gathering of old, close friends.