Why I love “Finding Your Way Home”

pastKaspa writes: A few years ago Satya and I sat down to create an e-course that encapsulated the spirit of writing our way home. Of course that’s true for all of our courses, but this was the first course that we wrote together and we wanted to make something special.

Satya wrote four stories to go alongside the course. In them Joshua slips into the lives of the un-seeing and helps wake them up. He sees small stones all around him and encourages others to do the same. He changes the lives of the people he meets, and although these are fictional characters in a story, we have seen the mindful writing practices we champion making a difference to real people’s lives.

We recorded four videos to go alongside the course too. Watching them now is like looking back into the past. Since then Satya has become ordained, received a new name, and published another novel, I have started a private psychotherapy practice and my hair has grown!

What pleases me when I watch them again is that the ideas we are talking about still hold up. We talk about our relationships with special places and with people and about coming into a new relationship with ourselves. I find myself nodding along and saying, “Yes, that’s right!”

I love this course. It guides you through exploring your whole world using mindful writing, leading to new ways of seeing and to a deeper acceptance of yourself.  It shows us what’s important, what we’ve got left to work on in our lives, and helps us hold what we’ve got left to work on with compassion.

We called the course Finding Your Way Home because it helps you find your home wherever you are, through exploring your place in the world right now.

Sign up now for Finding Your Way Home (Starting Thursday) or for the e-course Satya is running, the wonderful Writing and Spiritual Practice.


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