Frequently Asked Questions about Writing to Reclaim Your Sacred Self

Who would benefit from the Writing to Reclaim Your Sacred Self online writing class?

Any open-minded, open-hearted person who senses a profound magic underlying the mundane; who seeks to expand as a human being; who enjoys playing with words.

What type of writing will I be expected to create?

This journey isn’t about meeting the expectations of others.  It’s about looking within and expressing your truth. You’ll be writing what you want to write, in any form you wish: fiction, nonfiction, poetry – even journal writing.

How will this class help me reclaim my sacred self?

This class defines the divine as All That Is, rather the way a flash of white light expresses all possible colors. If the world is a divine prism, then each being is a color, a unique expression of the divine spectrum. Because writing helps us discover things about ourselves we never would have known, it helps us understand and express our “color” in the divine spectrum, which is the miracle of your sacred self.

What are assignments like?

In Writing To Reclaim My Sacred Self, you’ll explore inspiring material from various disciplines — science, art, literature, and music. You’ll pause to compose your thoughts about the concepts in writing, then you’ll use the week’s thought-provoking writing prompt to create a story, essay, poem or even a journal entry that helps you connect with and express your truest self.

How is my writing critiqued?

Your writing will not be “critiqued” in this class because criticism inhibits your creative spirit. In Writing To Reclaim Your Sacred Self you receive supportive feedback that highlights your strengths, celebrates your unique creative spirit, and supports you on your journey toward a more whole, joyful you.

How do I submit my weekly writing assignments?

You email your homework to the entire class anytime prior to midnight EST on Sunday.

How do I interact with my classmates and teacher?

Each week, following your instructor’s guidelines, you’ll create a brief response to the writing of your classmates which they, in turn, will do for you.  These responses are due anytime prior to midnight EST on Tuesday.  All the comments, plus your teacher’s feedback, are compiled into one email – your virtual classroom! – which you receive by Thursday evening each week. Instruction, feedback and supportive community combine to give you a dynamic growth experience.

What is the time commitment for the course?

The reading and writing you do for this online writing class will take about two hours a week. You’ll probably need an additional hour to respond to the writing of your classmates. That’s a time commitment of just three hours a week.

How many people are in a class?

The Writing to Reclaim Your Sacred Self online writing class is limited to 7 participants.

When does the class meet?

There are NO REQUIRED MEETING TIMES in this online writing workshop. Assignments are submitted weekly at your convenience, anytime prior to the deadline of midnight EST on Sunday.

How is Writing to Reclaim Your Sacred Self

The online writing program begins with one 5-week segment (PART ONE).  Thereafter you have the option of continuing into PART TWO (another 5-week segment) and PART THREE (a third 5-week segment) if you desire.

Do I need computer skills to participate in this online writing program?

No. All you need is a basic familiarity with e-mail, an ability to click on links to the Internet and the capacity to download a PDF file.

Do I have to purchase anything?

No. All your readings are provided with the course material.

How much does it cost?

The Writing To Reclaim Your Sacred Self online writing course consists of 5 weekly sessions and costs $265.

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When's the next class?

New Writing to Reclaim Your Sacred Self online writing classes start up continually throughout the year. The next one begins Tuesday, April 18, 2017.

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How do I register?

You may register online by paying with your credit/debit card through PayPal.  No additional forms are needed.

You may also register offline by check using a printable form.

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