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Journaling for Inspiration, Empowerment, and Soul-Tending at Homewood Studios!

We are each and all more powerful than we know. The challenge is to make the time to silence the madness around us so we can listen deeply to ourselves and our lives in order to affect positive change and growth.

Writing in a journal is a powerfully transformative literary art and healing practice that helps us reduce stress, depression and anxiety; let go of thoughts and ways that deplete our souls to make room for thoughts and ideas that empower; envision our deepest desires and dreams; and give energy and power to our goals and intentions.

During this once-monthly journaling class for both writers and non-writers, we will silence the outside world in order to listen to that still, small voice of wisdom within and dig into the earth of our lives and souls.

The class free and open to all in our community. This is a drop-in class—pre-registration is not necessary. Participants may attend as many or as few classes as they like.

Where? Homewood Studios, 2400 Plymouth Avenue N., Minneapolis, MN, 55411

When? The first Monday of each month from 7:00-8:00pm, January-June, 2015

Monday, January 5, 2015: Writing and Mindfulness

Monday, February 2, 2015: Writing and Self-love and Acceptance

Monday, March 2, 2015: Writing and Power in Vulnerability

Monday, April 6, 2015: Writing and Balance

Monday, May 4, 2015: Writing and Inspiration

Monday, June 1, 2015: Writing and Dream-keeping

Who? Free and open to all writers and non-writers in the community.

Why? Because we all need a place pause life and listen to the wisdom within.

What will you need to bring? Yourselves, a notebook (or journal) and pen.

For more than a decade Janna Brayman Krawczyk has taught journaling as a contemplative literary art to teen moms and CEO’s, therapists and thugs throughout the Twin Cities. Her essays have been presented in numerous publications and media outlets including Minnesota Public Radio, Minnesota Women’s Press, Mamapedia, Tinybuddha, and the Minneapolis Star Tribune. She is also a teaching artist at the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis, an adjunct professor at Hamline University, and a proud resident of North Minneapolis.

 

 

 

 

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