Dharma Talk: Spark Creativity

with Rebekah Younger, MFA
Tuesday, July 23, 6-8 p.m.
"Wise, provocative, and playful..."
Join us for an evening talk and discussion with artist and author Rebekah Younger. Her new book, Be, Awake, Create: Mindful Practices to Spark Creativity, includes dozens of unique prompts, introspective exercises, and hands-on activities designed to inspire expression in any medium—from movement and collage to photography and poetry. Rebekah will talk about the book’s origins and offer a taste of the book’s multidisciplinary exercises designed to bring mindfulness to any creative activity. You’ll learn to tap into the power of your direct experience of the moment, without judgment, for a fresh perspective and spontaneity of expression. 

Rebekah Younger is a multidisciplinary artist, entrepreneur, designer, and Shambhala Art instructor. She lives in Chicago, where she teaches photography, creating, and meditation. Rebekah will have books available for purchase. 

Everyone is welcome!

Suggested donation: $15-20

To learn more about her work and the book, click here. For anyone interested in deepening their creative journey, Rebekah will be offering a day-long workshop at the Brunswick Shambhala Meditation Center on July 27.

What other creators are saying about the book:

“Rebekah’s voice is wise; her advice, practical; her insights, profound.” Michael Carroll, author of Awake at Work/Buddhist teacher/coach

Be, Awake, Create is sure to become a classic, for no other book presents meditation/mindfulness as the complete ground from which to access our creativity, while leading us through the whole experiential path.Pat Donegan, poet/author of Haiku Mind

 “Rebekah Younger has composed an elegant, accessible, and profound collection of practices, insights, and personal stories for those who are curious about contemplating and creating.Miriam Hall, author of Looking and Seeing: Nalanda Miksang Photography/contemplative arts instructor

“Wise, provocative, and playful, I highly recommend this book to all those interested in exploring and deepening their awareness of and creative response to the worlds in which we live.” Ruth Wallen, artist/professor/Buddhist teacher

“The Artist’s Way for the twenty-first century..." Nancy Coleman, PhD, clinical psychologist, writer, facilitator, and teacher

Hosted by Rockland Shambhala.