Listen to the Replay of:
Creative Autobiography: Telling Your Story, Teleseminar
with Sara Deutsch & Susun Weed
From June 5, 2014 at 9:30pm EDT
Use Discount code CREATIVE for a $75 discount to register for Sara's course at the WiseWomanUniversity.
See more about the course here: Creative Autobiography: Telling Your Story.
Autobiography is a gift of memory we give ourselves, and a priceless heirloom that can be passed down to family members. Come on a guided journey into your past to recover the buried treasures of your memories and the tastes, sounds, feelings, images, and wisdom of your life. Five minute, whole-brain techniques, such as free-flow writing, mind mapping, drawings, imagery and collage, will dissolve any writing blocks so you can tell your story as vignettes, short stories, myths, poems, fables, or even as chapters in your novel...
Participants will stimulate memory and learn whole brain writing techniques such as freeflow writing, mind mapping, and nonpreferred hand writing and drawing that make writing natural and fun. They will create portraits, vignettes, short stories, myths, poems, or fables from their life experiences and learn simple ways to self publish their autobiographies.
Sara Deutsch, M.S.,(PhD abd) is a college teacher, Creative Arts Therapist and multimedia artist who explores creativity as a healing force. Sara's journey led her into many worlds. She trekked alone in the Himalayas, and lived in virgin jungles of Hawaiian Islands, eating only fruit and wild vegetables. She draws from doctoral study in Psychobiology and East/West Psychology, years in a contemplative order, 26 years of private practice and teaching, and multimedia explorations. She started telling writing her autobiography to connect and integrate her many life experiences.
Sara is a visionary artist with thousands of original paintings. Her art portfolio includes Life Portraits, Memory Art, and interactive mandalas done for herself and her clients. She also creates Life Movies incorporating the subject's photographic stills, voice overs, and favorite artwork and symbols.