Time zone is PACIFIC (U.S.)
February 11, 2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Please Note: This registration is for the in-person session Friday, Feb. 11 at 7:00 p.m. This session focuses on creative writing. This class is held at Noble Learning, 3333 Adams Ave. in the Normal Heights area of San Diego. The Noble Learning shop will be open before and after the class.
This free 90-minute class is the second of a 3-part series in which you will experience a higher energy of artistic creativity for visual arts, writing, and music. You are welcome to attend any or all of the sessions.
This second class (Friday, Feb. 11) focuses on writing. Session 1 (Visual Arts) and Session 3 (Music) have separate registration pages. All classes are free.
This fun, innovative hands-on workshop will help you to experience the boundless creativity that results from meditation. You’ll learn techniques to:
- Focus and clear your mind
- Discover your inner creative energy
- Experience an intuitive flow
- Feel a deeper artistic motivation
- Rekindle your aspiration to create
As you will be writing during the session, we’ll have pen and paper available. If you have your own favorite writing implement, feel free to bring it.
Who will benefit from this workshop? Anyone looking for inspiration to start or continue their creative journey (from beginners to seasoned artists). This is a fun, active, hands-on session.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
The Meditation & Creativity series is led by three accomplished visual artists who have also worked extensively in writing and music. Each of the facilitators has practiced daily meditation for more than 30 years. During the third class of the series (focused on music), some additional musicians will join the session. Having led this series in venues around the world, the instructors have been lauded for their supportive, inspiring approach to helping others express their own intuitive creativity.
Papaha Gosline first began practicing meditation with Sri Chinmoy more than 30 years ago at the beginning of his career as a professional artist. Combining these two disciplines, he is currently focused on large oil pastel drawings, sculptural installations, and site-specific digital projections with meditative sound and music. He lives in San Diego.
London-based Devashishu Torpy has a strong interest in poetry and creative writing. He has been practicing meditation and offering classes for over 30 years. He is currently the Director of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run in Europe, an event that connects individuals and organizations around the world.
Pujari Sheaffer has integrated art into his meditation practice for over 40 years. He taught art to children for 20 years in Northern California and is currently a muralist and landscape gardener in San Diego.
How to Join: Once you register for the class, you’ll receive a confirmation email. Two or three days before the class, we’ll send you a “friendly reminder” email.
Venue: Noble Learning Shop
We’re conveniently located near the 8, 805, and 15 freeways. The closest access is the Adams Ave. offramp on the 805 South or the 15 South and North.
3333 Adams Ave., San Diego, California, 92116, United States
During daytime hours, there is plenty of free street parking along Adams Avenue and the side streets. In the evening, the area does get more crowded but you can always find something within a few blocks. You might also try parking along the Adams Ave. bridge that crosses the 805. (This is about four blocks west of Noble Learning.)