“The call to write is a call that’s received in the body first. For hundreds of years poets and writers have described the creative process as a physical urgency, a sense that things will fly apart if they don’t get the pencil to the page in time. Creativity is not tidy or polite – it’s insistent. It calls us to feel, not dimply, not safely, but wildly, passionate, in every cell and fiber.” John Lee, author of Writing from the Body: For Writers, Artists, and Dreamers Who Long to Free Their Voice
Writing/Journaling Prompts: If your body could speak, what would it say? What is a truth that your body knows to be true? If your body was a messenger, what message does it have for you? How do you honour and lovingly care for your body?