Virtual Conversations with Today’s Creative Leaders and Innovators
Revisiting Cinderella: How Fairy Tales Can Change Your Life
Did you know that fairy tales are not just for kids?
Exploring the wisdom contained in the fairy tales can immensely enrich you throughout your life.
Join us for our virtual cafe event on Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 at 1PM Eastern where I'll interview author and storyteller, Michelle Tocher about her pioneering work on the magical power of fairy tales.
I'll discuss with Michelle how fairy tales gave her a lifeline, when she fell sick with chronic undiagnosed pain, along with other real life examples of people's lives who have been transformed through embodying the wisdom of the fairy tales.
In this interview you will discover:
A dynamic new approach to access the transformative powers of fairy tales
How you can begin to explore the spiritual treasures of these stories
The secret keys to unlocking the stories you are living
How embodying fairytales can enhance your creativity and life
Why fairy tales can help you navigate life's journey including your "dark nights of the soul"
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About Michelle Tocher Author of six books, including the celebrated book on breast cancer, How to Ride a Dragon, Michelle Tocher helps people to access their creative imagination as a source of transformative power. Through workshops, books, and presentations, she has been a leading promoter of mythic literacy in modern culture. Her recent innovation is WonderLit.com, an online creative writing course for people who wish to be inspired and supported by the wisdom of fairy tales.
In addition to offering her own courses, Michelle has served as an Artist in Residence for several organizations including Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto, a supportive community for people with cancer, and Casey House, a hospice and treatment center for people with HIV/AIDS. Between 1985 and 1996 she was President of Creative Premises Ltd., a communications company focused on producing educational materials for organizations promoting mental and physical health, such as the Canadian Pediatric Society, the Canadian Diabetes Association, and the University of Waterloo. She has two Masters degrees, in the History of Science and in Journalism.
Bring a cup of your favorite brew to the call, sit back in a comfortable chair and enjoy!
Bring whatever questions you have, too!
Katie Curtin Creativity Cafe Host Creative Life Design and Money Coach www.katiecurtin.com
Katie Curtin helps creative artists, heart-based entrepreneurs and innovators thrive while following their passions and making a difference in the world.