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Writing the Mind Alive A Proprioceptive Writing Immersion

For everyone; no prior writing experience required.

What is it like to really hear your inner thoughts? Unlike ordinary hearing, it’s like entering a world where you know yourself differently than you did before. Following the three simple rules of Proprioceptive Writing (PW) opens a gate to this blissful zone. Through PW, you learn to focus attention, hear inner thought as voice, and engage your mind’s capacity to sense itself. Practiced regularly in 25-minute sessions, this writing method unburdens your mind, liberates your creative energies, and connects you to your spiritual self. The more you immerse yourself in this practice, the further you travel from limiting self-judgments, and the greater your confidence to trust yourself.

Linda Trichter Metcalf, originator of PW, has pioneered writing as a way to expand consciousness through inner hearing. In this program, Linda guides you toward hearing yourself in new, often liberating ways. A simple technique anyone can practice, PW is a potent meditational tool that can be used for therapeutic and creative purposes. If you feel cut off from self-expression, you can reconnect to your authentic voice through this radically new approach to process writing.

Recommended reading Linda Trichter Metcalf and Tobin Simon, Writing the Mind Alive: The Proprioceptive Method for Finding Your Authentic Voice.

“Proprioceptive Writing helped me forge the connections between my intellect, my heart, and my pen that eventually became Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom, a work that I couldn’t have dreamed possible when I started Proprioceptive Writing.” —Christiane Northrup, MD

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
None
Suitable For
All
Program Theme
Writing
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Presenter(s)

Linda Trichter Metcalf, PhD, author and teacher, created the practice of Proprioceptive Writing® in the mid-1970s and is coauthor of Writing the Mind Alive.

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Ann Mullen, a faculty member of the Proprioceptive Writing (PW) Center, has been teaching PW workshops for eight years, and is also an essayist and occasional blogger.

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