”And the day came when the risk it took to remain tight inside the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”
~ Anais Nin
You are invited to come open to your divinity through spiritual writing. Open to what is deepest in you; open to the jewel, the pearl, the wisdom that you carry. Spiritual writing is a process that by-passes the chatter of the mind and connects the writer directly to what each of us is longing to know ~ the essence of who we are.
For detailed program information and dates please view the Writing from the Heart flier here.
“Writers do not write to impart knowledge; rather, they write to inform themselves.” ~ Judith Guest
- You will gain insight into your mind and heart and through this process will open a door to your deepest strength, the love and beauty within.
- You will come to know yourself better using writing as a tool, like a gardener using a spade, digging deep to uncover the rich fertile soil of your own knowing.
- Actions taken in every aspect of your life will be informed by the awareness gained through this process of alignment with your deepest essence, creating peace and transformation.
“My deepest experinece after taking “Writing from the Heart” is that the Divine’s outpouring is ever present in us and to to us. Jamila’s workshop creates a structure, a cup, for that outpouring, to receive it and hold onto it long enough to listen to it and record it.” –B.R.
To register for this workshop please call the Farm of Peace at 717-573-4722 or 877-367-7723.
Jamila Vicki Davies is practiced in the art of healing as a Sufi Master Teacher (Muqaddim) in the Shadhdhuliyya Sufi tradition and as a mediator and teacher in the Vedic tradition for over 30 years before becoming a Sufi, has taught hundreds of people the art of opening to the deep silence within. Her love of journal writing began more than 40 years ago and recently she revisited this tool of self discovery and self reflection in her masters practicum in Spiritual Ministry discovering that people open more quickly to their authentic voice through a spiritual practice called “remembrance” and using journaling, are able to express, in their own words, their own deepest wisdom.