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Soul Scripting, a written meditation workshop Manchester
Sun, April 2, 2017, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM BST
Soul Scripting is a mindfulness practice. It is a form of meditation that teaches ways to use writing as a powerful, easily accessible form of self care and self exploration. Please join us for the first full Manchester workshop, in the beautiful Gorton Monastery.
You do not have to be a writer to benefit from this practice. We all have an inner voice. By taking time to tap into and acknowledge that voice we can begin to make it work for us, instead of the other way around! When we do it can become easier to process emotions, to deal with change and, in short, to keep ourselves happy. Facilitator Gillian Torres is a professional writer who can teach anyone to do just that. Gillian developed the Soul Scripting process as a means of teaching anyone and everyone a quick, easy method of accessing their creative powers.
During this workshop you will learn and practice a series of simple writing exercises. You will not be asked to share anything you write.
Please bring a notebook and pen and arrive 15 minutes early. The session will run from 12 - 4pm with a break for lunch in the middle, during which you will have time to visit the cafe and take a stroll around the healing day taking place in the nave.
Tickets are £20 + booking fee and must be purchased in advance.
Nice things people have said about Soul Scripting:
'This workshop was brilliant. Value for money without a doubt. Gill has an epic way of holding a group, l loved it. I would recommend Soul Scripting to any one who is interested in getting connected to a true sense of self... Who would think a pen and a pad could help unlock so many possibilities?'
- Joe Jackson, NHS ambulance technician
'Gill you are a revelation! The workshop last night can seriously can sit alongside some of the best I've been to or ran around the world... Its intention was quality and your energy congruent with the intent in a lovely quiet, understated way that allowed the attendees to be. It certainly helped me flow. Thanks.'
- Steve Gibson, head of design