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Four writing workshops to explore poetically expansive trance states.
ALL WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED ONLINE
FOUR SATURDAYS in SEPTEMBER 9/6; 9/13; 9/20; 9/27: 11amPST/2pmEST
admission $100-150 sliding scale for four two-hour workshops
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
The narratives that have been constructed and popularized around Past Life Regression, Time-line Alteration, the Akashic Records, and Chakra clearing have led people into wild dream and trance states where neurochemical and biological healing processes are activated. For writers and artists, following these narrative threads might awaken characters and plots, or unlock elliptical poetic processes useful for the generation of new work; for spiritual/soul seekers, the narratives might unlock larger experiences of expanded consciousness, co-existence, and interconnection. For anyone looking explore the silver cloud of heightened consciousness through writing, this is a class that will stimulate your parasympathetic nervous system and lead you towards the inner knowledge of self-healing. If out of this class you write a few amazing poems or stories, that’s terrific; if you (among other things) learn how to overcome emotional blocks, deal with pain in a new way, and take action to change the catastrophic future, that’s the learning of an embodied poetics that can last a lifetime.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Kristin Prevallet is a poet, essayist, teacher, and the founder of the Center for Mindbody Studies with a private hypnosis practice in New York City. She is a certified consulting hypnotist through the National Guild of Hypnotists and an integral health coach certified through the International Association of Counselors and Therapists. The author of five books of poetry, she is also the author of three non-fiction books about poetics and the unconscious mind: Trance Poetics: Your Writing Mind, You, Resourceful: Return To Who You Want To Be and Visualize Comfort: Pain Management and the Unconscious Mind. She is the 2014 Poet’s House Fellows Mentor-in-Residence, an associate of Bard College’s Institute for Writing and thinking, and a Writer-in-Residence at Spalding University. www.mindbodystudies.com/www.trancepoetics.com/www.kayvallet.com
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