International Soul Art Day is happening on May 9th.
I’ll be in the studio live with Laura Hollick in Toronto on May 9, where she will be broadcasting our vision quest via webcam.
You’re invited to join me and and thousands of others from around the world who are getting creative for the day.
Last year I participated virtually, and blogged about my experience here: https://www.lisasonora.com/blog/international-soul-art-day-my-journey/
The whole experience lasts much more that a day, more like a week, and it’s all free…
You can sign up for your FREE Soul Art Journey here (http://www.soulartday.com)
I’m so looking forward to celebrating International Soul Art Day with you!
Soul Art is a unique process that opens you up for wild creativity and spiritual vision. You don’t need art experience to do it. You just need the desire to create your life as the full expression of YOU.
I’ll be blogging about this year’s journey, too. But likely after the event.
It’s a 12-hour live experience, with full travel days between San Francisco and Toronto the days before and after.
I don’t know about you, but I like my transit time to be a sort of suspended animation experience…I’ve never been good about doing major work while en route. This is my chance to leisurely read about five magazines each way.
Of course, I might be tempted to work on my latest manuscript, A Cartography of Higher Purpose, which I’m essentially live-blogging and documenting my book-writing and publishing experience in my online workshop: A Writer’s Journey. That’s still open, if you want to join me. I’m expecting a big breakthrough in my latest bout of writer’s block any minute. 🙂
Meanwhile, I’m honored that Laura invited me to participate in person, although it is a little nerve-wracking to be going through a vision quest with an audience.
Kind of like live-blogging my book! Geez!
You’ll be able to view the Soul Art event live from Toronto when you register.
A very, very long story about inhabiting my space…and finding myself at home…for the first time. Includes a deep dive into material I haven’t yet been able to write about publicly. Grab a beverage and plan to stay awhile, then Read the Whole Story…
Less than three weeks ago I returned to my San Francisco Bay Area Studio from Oaxaca, Mexico, where I’ve been living for the last fifteen months.
This is an update about my unplanned return to America with lots of pretty pictures of my next book in progress A Cartography of Higher Purpose…. continue reading >
One final thing, the marketing department wanted me to mention that I’m doing a workshop in San Diego in June.
It’s called For Love & For Money: and it’s a distilled, potent cocktail of
One Part Creative Block Eraser +
One Part Next Steps to Your Making Your Dream Real workshop.
Here’s what one of the participants wrote about her experience on her (warning: addictively readable blog): Everyday Something