John Lee's Upcoming Events and Appearances
Writing from the Body: Serving the Soul 90-Minute Interactive Web Course
Saturday, November 16, 2013
1:00pm EST - 2:30pm EST
(London time 6:00pm-7:30pm, Nov. 16)
(Sydney time 5:00am-6:30am, Nov. 17)
Early registration price of $75 is available through November 6; $85 after that
Join the best-selling author of 21 books who truly believes that writing can set the writer's soul free and can touch and heal the reader if and only if the writer's voice is true and authentic. The call to write is first felt in the body. The yearning for a creative life resides inside the frozen, fearful body, in the chest that takes shallow breaths, and in the hushed heart.
Writing from one's body can be a kind of soul work. It can help by stripping off the facades, personas and masks that we've used to hide what we really feel, what we really think, and what we really want to write. Think of this course as a shovel that you will learn to use to dig down and unearth and uncover the real you that you and others have longed to see.
The Sixth Annual It Happens to Boys Conference
February 28 - March 1, 2014
The Pasadena Hilton Hotel
168 S. Los Roboles Ave
Pasadena, California 91101
$250.00 for both days, includes lunch. Continuing education credits for MFTs and LCSWs.
Powerful Speakers - Experts in the Field of Trauma
John Lee, Patrick Carnes, Judy Crane, Harry L. Haroutunian, MD, Jerry Moe, Dr. Cindy Carter, Cathy & Randy Boyd, Allen Berger, PhD, Sparrow Goudey, Jonathan Young, PhD, Dr.Sally Diane, LMFT, Kelly Lewallen
Writing from the Body: Serving the Soul 2-Day Workshops
April 5-6, 2014 in Austin, Texas
May 3-4, 2014 in Mentone, Alabama
For the full experience of Writing from the Body: Serving the Soul, spend two days working with best-selling author John Lee in person in a small group setting. Learn first-hand how you can set your soul free and touch others by creating with your authentic voice.
This 2-day workshop is for dreamers and creators of all kinds, including writers, artists, teachers and therapists. With questions about these workshops, e-mail John Lee's assistant at email@example.com.