Journal Together through a Mirror Darkly
“For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.” — 1 Corinthians 13:12, KJV
Expressive Writing is one of the most effective ways of transforming trauma into creative drama, to safely deal with shadows in the containment of narrative storytelling when journaling our truth inside fiction, and to validate our experiences while validating other people’s experiences.
There are three parts to the Mirror Darkly:
Part I: “now I know in part”—Deep listening for kindred resonances to become activated in the subconscious
Part II: “but then shall I know”—Journal 15 minutes distraction free
Part III: “even as also I am known” — Share & Resonate-edit
Each workshop is different because the people who come into the session offer a unique imprint to the dynamic of each group. No one workshop is ever the same although our format is consistent.
You can turn off your camera and use a pen name (a pseudonym) when engaging inside the video meeting. You don’t even need to speak if you want to hide your voice (just use the zoom chat function). The level of personalization is personalized by you.
We believe that to transform pain you must express it, to transform tragedy you must first understand it, to transform heartbreak you must go through it. If you are in the thick of grief, heartbreak, tragedy, loss, and/or trauma, consider the power of Expressive Writing to help you reveal, feel, deal and heal.
Want to Host a Workshop?
Benefits of Volunteering:
1. Gain philanthropic experience.
2. Gain experience in the mental health field.
3. Practice the art and craft of true compassion..
4. Build deeper relationships with Journal-Artists and Journal-Artist Hosts.
5. Become a better listener, writer, and person.
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire the broken hearted to transform pain into passion and purpose. We also coordinate with court-ordered community service hours. We provide volunteer hours who need it.