Writing in Robes: Weekly Group for Writers & Healing Artists
Here's what participants are saying about Writing in Robes:
"Cyndera creates a clear space for writing that is encouraging but not pressured. She begins our group with a twinkle in her eye, and a unique weekly meditation, clearing our mind and focusing our thoughts, followed by the sharings our writing intentions. We have an hour of silent writing, and then provide feedback as to how we used this space and time. There is no pressure, only dedicated time, peace, and encouragement. Her group is now a weekly commitment that I joyfully meet."
~Patricia O'Gorman, Author, Psychologist, Speaker
"Cyndera’s writing accountability group has worked so well for me as a place to create a regular writing practice. My intent was that vague, but there’s been the space to try different things until I landed on where I wanted to focus. Cyndera starts with a warm welcome, we each share our intent, she leads a short meditation, we go off screen to write for an hour, and when we come back we can report out. Cyndera is always understanding and encouraging, however far we’ve gotten towards the intent we shared at the start. Getting to know the other members and follow their writing journey adds to the pleasure of it all. Ultimately the accountability is on each of us (she's writing too!), but she creates such a great space that it’s easy."
~ Sharon Donovan
This is what I look like when I wake up to write. Guess what? Nobody cares. What matters is doing the writing, showing up as your whole self and finding seeds of joy in the work you have to offer the world. Why not do it with company (and coffee, while wearing robes)?!
My weekly Writing in Robes accountability group on Zoom invites you to show up however and whoever you are to get it done - whatever "it" is. We start with an accountability check-in, what you would like to work on over the hour (insert shoulder-shrugging here). I then offer a short guided meditation to focus our minds and inspire our imaginations. A full hour of writing (or whatever) follows and then we check in to see what happened!