Writers invited to Little Red Church

Writers are invited to join a small circle of community Nov. 15 and 16 at the Little Red Church Healing Centre in Comox.

Writers of all experience levels are invited to join a small circle of community Nov. 15 and 16 at the Little Red Church Healing Centre in Comox.

It will be a weekend of writing, inspiration, and heart-centred awareness and expression. Participants will experience writing from the heart centre and the power that comes when we learn to get out of our own way by focusing on the heart and breath.

Comox resident Anneli Davey, The Writer’s Coach, will facilitate the process of transformative writing, encouraging participants to slow down and let their inner wisdom be their guide.

“As we put pen to paper, we open both our hearts and our minds. We become willing participants. In the act of writing and keeping our hand moving across the page, we meet ourselves in all of our awareness,” describes Anneli. ” We become aware of not the rainfall, but the single raindrop.”

The weekend intensive is designed to help participants slow down, and take some time to reconnect to their inner voice.

It happens next Friday from 6:30 to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

To register, or for more information, visit  www.annelidavey.com. To register by phone, contact Anneli at 250-890-0957.

— Anneli Davey

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