Creative Myths and Monsters: an Artist's Way Intensive 21 day journey

Creative Myths and Monsters: an Artist's Way Intensive 21 day journey

Friday, May 22, 2020 - 20:00 to Sunday, June 7, 2020 - 21:00
Personal Growth
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Join Julia Cameron for an exclusive 21 day journey online!

Julia will join us for 4 live sessions on zoom, over 3 weeks, to lead you through a transformative process online. During these you will be able to ask Julia questions and watch the replay of the sessions at your leisure.

Discover and recover your creative self with Julia Cameron, author of the groundbreaking book The Artist’s Way. Now is the time to release your dreams and launch a more creative life, simply by doing something you love.

Come into an intensive, guided encounter with your own creativity, including your private villains, champions, wishes, fears, dreams, hopes, and triumphs.

First published in 1992, The Artist’s Way is credited with helping millions of people find and express authentic creativity in their lives and work. Find out how in this exclusive event with Julia, designed to set you free.

It is my hope that during this period of uncertainty, we lean into our creativity, awakening our spirit, so that we feel more deeply alive.

~ Julia Cameron, Santa Fe, New Mexico


Session times - UK LONDON TIME  BST. (GMT+1)  Click here for WORLD TIME CONVERTER 

 (1pm MDT / 2pm CDT /  3pm EST / 8pm BST London)


8pm - 18th May Session 1 - 90 mins

8pm - 25th May Session 2 - 90 mins

8pm - 1st June Session 3 - 90 mins

8pm - 7th June Session 4 - 90 mins


Julia Cameron, hailed by the New York Times as “The Queen of Change,” is credited with starting a movement in 1992 that has brought creativity into the mainstream conversation—in the arts, in business, and in everyday life.

She is the best-selling author of more than forty books, both fiction and nonfiction; a poet, songwriter, filmmaker; and playwright. Commonly referred to as “The Godmother” or “High Priestess” of creativity, her tools are based in practice, not theory, and she considers herself “the floor sample of her own toolkit.”

Her book, The Artist’s Way has been translated into forty languages and sold more than 5 million copies to date.


Early Bird £95 until 10th May (£144 thereafter)


About the speaker, Julia Cameron

She has written thirty books, ranging from her widely-praised, hard-hitting crime novel The Dark Room to her volumes of children’s poems and prayers.

Despite her extensive film and theater credits, which include such diverse work as Miami Vice and the prize-winning romantic comedy God’s Will, which she both wrote and directed, Cameron is best known for her hugely successful works on creativity.

The Artist’s Way has sold more than four million copies worldwide, and her followup bestsellers Finding Water, The Vein of Gold, Walking in this World and The Right to Write are likewise flagship books which are taught in universities, churches, human potential centers and even in tiny clusters deep in the jungles of Panama.

Credited with founding a new human potential movement that has enabled millions to realize their creative dreams, Cameron eschews the title creativity expert, preferring instead to describe herself simply as an artist. “Artists have always mentored, I just do it on a wider scale.”

“My books are not creative theory,” she explains. “They spring straight out of my own creative practice. In a sense, I am the floor sample of my own tool kit. When we are unblocked we can have remarkable and diverse adventures.”

She knows of what she speaks. A writer since the age of eighteen, Cameron has published highly praised short stories, award-winning essays and hard-hitting political journalism. Her credits range from Rolling Stone to The New York Times. As a teacher, she has taught everywhere from The Smithsonian to Esalen, The New York Times to Northwestern University, where she served as writer in residence in film.

Most of us have no idea of our real creative height. We are much more gifted than we know. My tools help to nurture those gifts.

As a filmmaker, she collaborated with former husband Martin Scorsese on “three films and one daughter, Domenica.” As a playwright, her work has graced such prestigious stages as Princeton’s McCarter Theater, The Denver Center of the Performing Arts and the tiny Taos Community Auditorium in her hometown. It was there that she first workshopped her musical “Avalon,” under the guidance of legendary director John Newland. On her musicals, Cameron serves as composer as well as libretto-writer and lyricist. This musical aspect of her career began in her mid-forties and she laughs, “I have only myself to blame for suddenly sprouting a new career. If you teach unblocking, you do get unblocked!”

18th May Session 1
25th May Session 2
1st June Session 3
7th June Session 4