for Calm and Resilience

Stay connected to yourself and to a supportive community while learning how to tap into your inner resources through writing.

 Mindful Writing Cultivates Calm, Resilience & Connection in Times of Uncertainty

Why NOW is a great time to start mindful writing

Are you feeling a little overwhelmed as the world slides into uncertainty?

Fear, anger and stress are some of the reactions we experience as we step into uncharted territory.

Loneliness and cabin fever can be the uncomfortable side effects of physical distancing.

But you are more resilient than you think!

Mindful writing and meditation are easy and effective tools to help you find calm, connection and inner strength during this difficult time.

What is mindfulness writing?

In the simplest terms, being mindful is to live in the present and simply be in this moment. With this comes an awareness of how your body and mind are feeling now, and what’s right in front of you…this might mean noticing the grain of the wood in your writing desk, the veins of the leaves on the trees as you pass by on foot, the feeling of the air on your face as it caresses you. And so, mindfulness writing is simply the act of writing when in the present moment, noticing what’s around you and what is happening

Sticking with uncertainty is how we learn to relax in the midst of chaos, how we learn to be cool when the ground beneath us suddenly disappears.

―Pema Chödrön

The joy of mindful writing

Being aware of the present moment reduces anxiety and feelings of panic, and mindful writing can be a great release of negative emotion. A great book can be a great friend, and forming a daily mindful writing habit is just the same. Your journal can become your best friend, your anchor and your therapist, available to you 24/7!

The joy of mindful writing is not just in the writing itself, but the process and the things you notice along the way. It’s amazing how different life feels in the present moment.

Writing things down helps to

  • process your emotions
  • release your negative feelings and mental states
  • give gratitude
  • connect with yourself
  • practice self-compassion
  • enter the flow of creative absorption and step outside the chaos
  • document this extraordinary moment in time (you never know, this might become the foundation of your memoir, or something to leave for the grandkids!)
  • create a daily practice

What does isolation do to a person?

Wherever you are in the world right now, it’s safe to say that we are living in unprecedented times. With social distancing increasing across the world and many places using self-isolation as a measure to deal with the Covid-19 virus, lots of us are experiencing more alone-time than we would wish for.

However much we might love our ‘me’ time in normal circumstances, isolation for too long can affect our health, both mentally and physically. Us humans are a sociable species after all. Countless studies on mindfulness have shown it to be a great tool for dealing with isolation. It won’t cure all the problems that isolation can cause in a single sweep, but added to your current coping strategies it can become vital part of your day, every day.


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As we step into great uncertainty, I’ve decided to share the tools that helped me when I went through a difficult time.

Simply follow the link below and for 2 weeks receive:

  • daily writing prompts
  • guidance for connecting to your inner voice
  • stories and inspiration to introduce you to mindfulness
  • guided singing bowl meditations

COURSE START: On demand, start when you’re ready

YOUR INVESTMENT: SALE PRICE $45* (normally $ 75)

NB: prices are in AUD

“Every morning we are born again. What we do today matters most.”
-The Buddha




“Being part of this course allowed me to process the constant change in our environment in the last couple of months.

I had the space to put on paper different feelings that have come up and bring them to my full awareness. I appreciate the use of the quotes, pictures, and the narrative that were included; it made for a genuine experience and for connection. I also felt that the singing bowls were the best choice for this program because the sound really acts as a cleansing bath and at the same time allows me to focus.

Your course allowed me to create a writing habit and now I am writing daily.”

-Tania, Texas

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