Creative Momentum Workshop

Online Group Workshop

 

What if the difficulties in your life didn't throw you off course, but rather brought you deeper into yourself, your vision, and your integrity?

What if the challenges in your life actually helped you create art?

What if you didn't wrestle with feeling lost?

 

The Creative Momentum workshop allows you to...

• Harness the energy and momentum of your constantly changing life

• Recognize your creative blocks as friends and teachers

• Learn to find yourself in the creative process— Anytime, anywhere!

 

 

Meetings:

One hour, once/month

The SAME workshop is offered three separate times to fit your schedule. 

Workshops take place the second full week of every month at the following times. Choose the one that best fits your schedule:

Tues 2-3pm PT, Wed 5:30-6:30pm PT, Fri 10:30-11:30am PT

 

Class includes:

Wheel of Inspiration Poster: A Map of Your Creative Journey

Artist Cards: An Oracle for Communicating with Your Art

 

 

 

 

   The Creative Momentum workshop is included in the following programs: Artistic Spark, Creative Momentum, Book Completion

The Creative Momentum workshop is included in the following programs: Artistic Spark, Creative Momentum, Book Completion

 
Meg’s reading abilities are highly refined and multilayered. Not only did I feel that she could understand the problem I was dealing with, but I also strongly felt that her intuition was connecting with my problem from three different layers, content, personality, and decision making. I highly recommend engaging Meg’s keen intellect, it is nothing short of rewarding.
— Anand Jayprakash Vaidya, Professor of Philosophy and Director of Center for Comparative Philosophy
Meg gave me the perspective I needed to understand and contextualize my writing process and to recognize the significance of my stuckness to my project as a whole.

Her method is at once literary theory, a holistic psychotherapy of sorts, and writer’s workshop. The point is not to conquer your stuckness but to take it in your arms, swaddle it, and nurture it because it’s the living heart of your work.
— Andrew Richner