Sunday, August 10, 2008

Intensive Journal Workshop

From CT IWWG Member Jane Knox:

Intensive Journal
September 6-7
New Fairfield, CT

The Intensive Journal method is an integrated system of writing exercises that can help you get in touch with the many different facets of your life. Gain insights about relationships, major events, body/health, dreams, meaning in life and so much more.

The method can also help stimulate your creative process. It has been endorsed by leading writing organizations and writers such as Hannelore Hahn, Judy Collins, Donald Spoto, etc. Use the method to overcome writers' block, crystallize a writing project, connect with your life - raw data for autobiographical writing, etc.

The method was created by Ira Progoff, Ph.D. and has been taught internationally for 40 years by personal and spiritual growth centers, writing guilds etc. Progoff was a recognized depth psychologist, author and university professor who studied the processes by which creativity occurs within a person. He then mirrored those processes in creating the Intensive Journal method so that the average person can lead a more creative and meaningful life. His award-winning book, At a Journal Workshop, is the primary book for the program.

For more information, see (See the section on how it can benefit writers.)

The workshop will be held at the Great Hollow Conference and Wilderness School, located on a 890 acre wildlife preserve in New Fairfield, CT. For information and to register for the workshop, contact Ananda Wilson at 209 Pascoe Dr., Southbury, CT 06488. 203-558-6745 email: the cost is $195 for this 12 hour or two day workshop.

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