Wed, Aug 19 | Andrew Jackson Davis Lyceum

PATH THROUGH REFLECTIVE JOURNALING: with June Leavitt

Unlike regular diary-keeping, we begin with writing exercises that bring our focus to a recent cycle in our lives. Participants are asked to bring a new, five-subject, ruled notebook to the workshop.
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Time & Location

Aug 19, 2020, 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Andrew Jackson Davis Lyceum, 457 East St, Lily Dale, NY 14752, USA

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Unlike regular diary-keeping, we begin with writing exercises that bring our focus to a recent cycle in our lives. We note down the atmosphere of the period, the people who were important to us, the projects we did, and the sensations, images and insights that have stayed with us. We then expand upon our reflections on the period, through writing tasks that involve imagined dialogue with people that were close to us, personification of events that happened, and the chronicling of memories. These creative techniques for digging deeper into our personal experiences, through writing, and through sharing them with other participants if we care to do so, can bring new understanding, healing, and insight. Participants are asked to bring a new, five-subject, ruled notebook to the workshop. 

Bio: Dr. June Leavitt, PhD, lectures in mystical literature at Ben Gurion University, works as a freelance writer, and facilitates a creative writing workshop in Jerusalem, Israel, and seminars in Tel Aviv, Israel. Her publications include The Mystical Life of Franz Kafka, and Esoteric Symbols: the Tarot in Yeats, Eliot and Kafka. After excerpts of her published diaries appeared in US News and World Report, she began teaching journal-writing to spur understanding and creative growth. 

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