Cultivating Equanimity and Compassion through Journaling and Meditation

Saturday, September 17, 10 AM – 12 PM, Baltimore

In a world that can seem increasingly overwhelming at times, being able to find your own center can help you gain clarity about what you want and need in your life. It can also help you be more compassionate in the way you treat yourself, and the way you feel about others. In this two hour experiential workshop, learn about the benefits of both mindful communication and meditation as well as journaling, and try a few different exercises to help you experience these benefits yourself. No experience in writing, journaling or meditation are necessary. Bring a notebook or journal, or laptop, and something to write with. For more info., click here.


Accessing Joy through Creative Expression

October 22, 10 AM – 12 PM, Baltimore


Spend a few hours this fall reconnecting with the part of YOU that likes to play and explore. Creativity can be a gateway to finding the things that light us up and feel alive. In this playful, two-hour workshop, learn about how being in flow can help you feel more vibrant and more engaged with life and try a variety of different writing exercises to be able to explore what those things might be. This class may also be useful for anyone who feels creatively blocked with a specific project. This workshop is being led by Pam McFarland, a local writer and expressive writing facilitator.

For more info and to register, click here.


Writing Memoirs, Writing Memories

Wednesdays, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM, Oct. 12-Nov. 16

Via Zoom, through Montgomery College’s Lifelong Learning Institute

Whether you wish to pass on the family heritage to your grandchildren, tell some of the funny stories or interesting events of your life, or if you want to explore your past in order to discover your own reality, writing is a wonderful way to begin. Writing for a group of other people who have stories to tell and who are also working to find the best way to tell them is a good way to begin and to keep going. In this class, students will form a writing group where they will share ideas, experiences, and some of the rewards and frustrations of writing. For more info, click  here



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