“Embodied writing supports the fruitful discipline of finding and asking ever keener and more beautiful questions. Writing in contemplative community helps us become larger, more generous and more courageous, equal to the fierce invitations extended to us as we grow and mature.” — David Whyte
- Who and what helps you identify the questions you don’t want to answer?
- In the clamor of social noise, where do you find silence to reflect inwardly?
- During times of political-economic disruption, what softens you enough to notice delicate new forms of awareness emerging?
Showing up for your self at this moment in history is an audacious act. It takes courage to consult your bones long enough to corral new insights onto the page. It takes bravery to plumb your viscera deeply enough to bring forth congruent new questions that lead toward wholeness.
Beautiful questions point toward new possibilities hidden in the spaces between the words. Going toward the creative is where healing and strengthening begin. The annual Epiphany Retreat offers guidance in the fruitful discipline of embodied writing, where Stillpoint’s seasoned community supports your intrinsic need for stillness among friends.
“All creativity comes out of an extended encounter with silence.”
— Matthew Fox
Cost is $58 ($68 with lunch)
Register before December 22 for a $10 discount, automatically reflected in the prices below!
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About the Presenter
Rev. Judith Favor is a retired UCC pastor and teacher at the Claremont School of Theology. A veteran spiritual director and writer, she has been a contemplative, seeker, and companion to others for many years.