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How Spiritual Writing is Different From “Journaling”

Spiritual writing is a prayerful, spiritual practice, setting aside the time for soul-searching at a deep, meaningful level. When done with careful intention can deepen your relationship with God and with your ‘self’. By using your imagination and creative mind, spiritual writing can be a means to explore the mystery of your own life experience and your soul’s means of speaking to you. Spiritual writing is particularly helpful when you are working through major life decisions or highly emotional or stressful periods.

From the comfort of your own home, come explore creative spirituality through reflections and the written word.

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Contemplative Practices

Contemplative practices such as art, free writing, meditation, mindfulness, contemplation, photography, and yoga will engage you in quieting the mind to increase self-awareness and allows you to connect with the mind, body, and spirit.

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Contemplative Writing

Writing can be a form of prayer, meditation, or self-discovery. 

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