I’m excited to be starting the year off for our members with our annual writing workshop with Kathleen Adams. It’s become an NAMW ritual to have Kay be with us during the first teleseminar of the year to help guide into a meditative space where we can hold our creativity and imagine where it can take us. Join us while we take time to think about what we want to create, our intentions for the year for our whole selves, not only our writing. How we can weave our lives together with inspiration and creativity—giving ourselves permission to fulfill our potential. Hope to see you there!
January Member Teleseminar
With guest Kay Adams
January 25, 2019
11 AM PST | 12 PM MST | 1 PM CST | 2 PM EST
With a shiny new year ahead of us, it’s time for our annual rite of setting intentions for the upcoming chapter in our life story. What is it that you want to do, be and have in 2019? What are your heart’s desires, the secret wish you would make for yourself in this new year? In this mini-workshop you’ll be expertly guided through a series of writing prompts that will help you identify, clarify and specify the intentions in several areas of your life — perhaps your writing, your home and family life, your workplace, your personal growth or professional development. You’ll leave with an action plan to harness the power of your intentions and put them to work for you every day.
Participants will learn:
- The profound difference between an intention and a goal or resolution
- Three properties of a well-crafted intention
- How to create an action plan to keep your intentions in foreground
- The simple secret to actualizing your intentions
- How “possibility partnerships” enhance results
) Adams is a psychotherapist in Denver, Colorado and the founder/director of the Center for Journal Therapy, a global enterprise with the mission of making the healing art and science of journal writing accessible to all who desire self-directed change. She is the author/editor of twelve books on writing and healing, including the best-selling Journal to the Self
(1990) and Expressive Writing: Foundations of Practice
is well-loved as a mentor and teacher. In 2019 her intention is to launch Journalversity, a one-stop, non-stop online school for All Things Journal (www.myjournalversity.com
). You can reach her at Kay@journaltherapy.com