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Coming Soon: Ollin Morales’ Meditation Un-course

Coming Soon: Ollin Morales’ Meditation Un-course

December 24, 2017

“Ollin Morales’ Meditation Un-course:” unteaching you that you answers are anywhere else but here! What Ollin will teach: – whatever arises in the present moment. Time commitment: 1 hr a week, every Saturday morning at 10am PST for four weeks. When does it start? – Starting in the New Year How many students? – Open to 10 students. Dates? – January 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th Cost: – sliding scale, starting at minimum $25 a class, maximum $100. Pay via PayPal ollinmorales@gmail.com. (You may buy the entire Live course in bulk and reserve your slot or pay every week, if the class has available slots open that week.) Reserve your seat! Where: Zoom meeting (pacific standard time, please take this into account!!!) After signing up for a course you’ll recieved an invite to the Zoom meeting. I always start on time so do not arrive late!!! Email ollinmorales@gmail.com now to sign up for the course. Please check to see if slots […]

Intermission

Intermission

December 1, 2017

Courage 2 Create is on pause for the month of December, I am still taking clients, however, and if you are interested in scheduling a reading with me please visit my services page by going here. Looking forward to help you get in touch with your guardian angel!!! Editors note: Courage 2 Create will recommence Monday January 8th, 2018. (Reminder: The last blog post of the blog will be published on February 26th 2018, exactly 8 years after the first.) Happy Holidays, Ollin

How To Cope With Loss and Death

How To Cope With Loss and Death

November 27, 2017

For nearly eight years on this blog we’ve often discussed issues of grief, loss and death. Today I’d like to talk about what we’ve learned over the years about loss. Death Is Real  For a writer, death is very real. We are in a constant state of desperation to eek out our creative work before that final bell strikes, and all that is left are the drafts of what stories we could have written. That scenario, having died not having published a single story, is a writers worst nightmare. Death is sometimes, darkly so, a great motivator in that sense. But the spectre of death is also a thing that beguiles us with its many doubts: we think that perhaps we are missing out, missing the lives of others, missing on our own lives by toiling on our stories. Perhaps death is giving a warning to us writers: “see? your life is passing you by,” the grim reaper hisses, “stop your […]

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