Do you know that it’s your calling to be creative, but you get stuck manifesting that part of your life?
Maybe you’re a writer and have challenges starting or finishing your writing project?
Or maybe you’re an artist but the thought of putting your work out into the world makes you nervous (and maybe even a little nauseous)?
You are not alone.
If you feel confused, overwhelmed, or just plain scared about any part of the creative process, then I have something that’s coming at just the right time for you.
I’m teaching at the Radical Creativity Retreat happening the weekend of September 11-12 and it features 6 different creativity workshops from 6 different creative teachers!
The workshops include:
- How to use intuitive writing to write your memoir
- Exploring our dreams and dream symbols to nourish our creative selves
- Poetry and sacred healing
- How to choose your next creative project (this is my Creative Cues workshop on Sept 11!)
- Settling the “fight-or-flight” reaction from our highly sensitive nervous systems as we go into the creative process
- Releasing that which no longer serves us to move into a more creatively empowered future
The organizer of the retreat, my good friend, author Lauren Sapala, will be doing an opening ceremony on Friday evening, September 10, and a closing ceremony on Sunday afternoon, September 12.
There will be three workshops on Saturday, September 11, and three workshops on Sunday, September, 12. Generous breaks are scheduled between each workshop so you have time to stretch, get something to eat or drink, and absorb what you just learned.
The workshops are taught live but will also be recorded. So if you can’t make it in person, you’ll still be able to watch later and get all the creative goodness.
Tickets are only $99, but registration closes on Friday, September 10, so be sure to sign up before that date.
Your creativity is calling. Hope to see you at the Radical Creativity Retreat!
Peg Cheng is the author of Rebel Millionaire, a guide for how to retire as a millionaire even if you make a modest income, and The Contenders, a novel that asks, can enemies become friends? She is also the proud owner of Plaid Frog Press with her husband Marcus Donner. Born in Southern California to Taiwanese parents, Peg currently lives in Seattle, Washington.
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