It’s a question that’s been on everyone’s mind: What will life look like after the pandemic? We hear the phrase “THE NEW NORMAL” over and over again, but what does that really mean? There’s nothing normal about this and in these extraordinary times, it’s best to resist the urge to treat any of this as ordinary.
Sure, most of us would like things to go back to normal, but for most of us, normal wasn’t working. So, as we begin to emerge from our homes after months of stay at home directives, we must ask ourselves: how do we want to live differently, improved by the challenge of this pandemic?
In the upcoming workshop, “A Whole New Life: Four Steps to Self-Renewal Through Writing,” acclaimed author, Mark Matousek, helps us answer that important question through the transformative power of writing.
“Scientific studies show that as little as fifteen minutes of writing a day can improve physical and mental health, increase psychological empowerment, emotional healing, social intelligence, and creative growth.” Mark Matousek
Through self inquiry, direct questioning and life writing, we will reflect on our beliefs about who we are and what we want. We will dive deep, tap into our emotions, honor our grief and identify our fears to support a process of self-discovery. We will promote personal healing that will allow us to transform our post-pandemic story and direct us toward a more liberated and truthful life.
Click here to discover deeper truths about who you are and what’s possible for your life in this 4 part series beginning July 8th.
Mark Matousek, a 20-year student of Buddhism, is the author of two acclaimed memoirs, Sex Death Enlightenment and The Boy He Left Behind, as well as When You’re Falling, Dive: Lessons in the Art of Living and Ethical Wisdom: What Makes Us Good.
A Whole New Life: Four Steps to Self-Renewal Through Writing
A Weekly Class with Mark Matousek
Wednesdays, July 8 – July 29, 6:00 – 8:00 pm EST (4 Sessions)
For more information or to register click here.