In case you missed it last Friday and Sunday (or in case you listened and want to hear the stories and poems again), the winners of this year’s Baker Prize, along with interviews and music, will air again at 2:00pm (Eastern Daylight Savings Time). Thanks again to Charlotte, who hosts the radio program, and to all the organizers of The Reading Room on the Isle of Skye, and The Baker Prize.
You can lifestream the show here: http://www.cuillinfm.co.uk
This is a follow-on to yesterday’s reblog of Council House Publishing’s post. Here’s The Thorn Tree, getting ready to head across the water to Women’s Aid in Elgin. Hope readers there find a home in this book’s pages as they rebuild homes within themselves. Thanks to Council House Publishing http://www.councilhousepublishing.com for the original post and idea.
First day of Spring, sunshiny and lovely here in South Carolina. After you get a little sun on in the morning, come on in to North Main Yoga and Write to the Heart.
Write to the Heart with Heather
March 21, 2015 @ North Main
Write to the Heart: The Story of Your Life as A Heart-Centered Pilgrimage. Whether you are walking in to work, to your home, to the coffee shop, everything in your life is created as a result of who you are at your core, at your heart. Every time you step into a space, you bring more than what’s needed for the next item on your calendar, you bring yourself. You’re on a pilgrimage of sorts; each moment is an intersection of hopes and fears and challenges. Each moment offers us the opportunity to meet it at the heart.
Using image as inspiration and creative writing as a tool, participants will explore where they are on their pilgrimage, reconnect with the heart center that drives that pilgrimage and see where they would like to journey next.
Class includes gentle movement and writing. No experience in yoga or writing is needed.
Bring a journal / paper and pen.
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