Writing and Spirituality - Interview with Natalie Goldberg and Susan Piver

 

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This podcast features an interview with Susan Piver and Natalie Goldberg in which they discuss writing and its relationship to spiritual practice.

 

Natalie Goldberg is a poet, teacher, and the author of eleven books, including her classic Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within -- which has sold more than a million and a half copies and has been translated into 14 languages. She has taught seminars for over 35 years to people from around the world, and lives in Northern Mexico.

 

Susan Piver has been a meditation practitioner since 1995 and is the graduate of a Buddhist seminary. She is the New York Times best selling author of six books, including The Wisdom of a Broken Heart, Quiet Mind, and How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life. To sign up for her daily meditation email, click here.

 

To listen, click HERE.

To see Natalie discuss her work, click HERE.

 

 


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Comment by Elen Ghulam on March 6, 2011 at 12:21pm

It is interesting to find out why people write.

Here is my version http://ihath.com/?p=805

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