Deborah George is an award-winning biographer, poet, novelist, and screenwriter. She has taught meditation for four decades. Deborah created innovative writing programs in prisons, mentored at-risk youth, and worked with veterans as part of the Writers Guild Foundations's Veterans Writing Project in Los Angeles. She developed the workshop Invoking The Muse under the direction of her Muse and invites you to cultivate a connection with yours.
"Each of the arts whose office is to refine, purify, adorn, embellish and grace life is under the patronage of a Muse, no god being found worthy to preside over them. " Ralph Waldo Emerson
Does every artist need a Muse? Maybe, maybe not. But whether you're starting a new project, ready to revise an existing project, stuck in a current creative endeavor, or preparing to dive into something you haven't looked at in a decade, you might consider calling upon a Muse for assistance.
The Muse is the protector of our soul's call to create. She whispers inspiration, pops ideas into our heads, and points us in the right direction for realizing our ambitions. Poetic tradition holds that the Muse was formally invoked at the onset of many notable creations. The Muse is approachable, welcoming, and ready to roll out the red carpet for you. All you have to do is ask. In this four-week workshop, you will develop a practice for connecting with your Muse and experience greater ease and support "from a source we cannot see" in your creative undertakings.
If you would like to schedule a workshop, contact Deb via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Individual story consultations available on an hourly basis. Please contact Deb for more information. Send email to email@example.com