Sedona, Arizona (PRWEB) February 15, 2008
The Sedona Meditation Training Company announces Writing as Meditation: A Woman's Retreat scheduled for March 12-14, 2008 at the Briar Patch Inn in Sedona.
Writing comes as a practice, as a form of meditation. And when the writer disappears in her writings, the creative self is revealed. These moments of creativity are a door to the infinite.
Writing practice leads to a profound experience of timelessness and present moment awareness - a single moment of inspiration becomes eternity. Writing becomes a way to experience the unity of thought and its intrinsic spiritual nature.
That is also true of the art of meditation. Both can lead to the disappearance of the ego and the disappearance of the mind. For those who undertake meditation, life is transformed physically, spiritually, and emotionally. What is left is the song of the soul.
Every life is a series of stories, and these experiences are an important part of the tapestry of human kind, each should be recorded and shared with others. First was the word. And then there was the story.
We'll encourage paying attention to silence and stillness, and present moment awareness. Focused attention on an object or an idea will help you to reach your inner space and knowing. You'll transcend your external world, your senses and your thought, bask in the womb of spaciousness and creativity, and then reemerge to express your story.
Recently featured in the NY Times, Sarah McLean, the director of the Sedona Meditation Training Co., was one of the founding directors of the Chopra Center in California and has over 20 years' experience in the personal growth arena. She and all the certified trainers at the Sedona Meditation Training Company skillfully demystify meditation and make the practice accessible to anyone.
Check the latest course offerings in Sedona, Scottsdale and throughout Arizona at http://www.SedonaMeditation.com, or email meditate @ esedona.net. 928.204.0067.