Bring your ‘medicine’ to share at this Gathering of Creative-Mind Souls in July (10- 13), 2016.

The Creative Healing Project

July 10, 2020, is the launch date of our first 3 day International Gathering of The Creative Healing Project, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

The Creative Healing Project was originality initiated in 2010 to contemplate healing as a creative act that uses mind, body, soul and spirit. It is now time for a gathering of like-minded souls to share their insights.

We want to give you an opportunity to share your creative healing tools, insight and talents, to benefit our global community. All forms of mind, body, soul and spirit healing are appropriate; music, poetry, art, mysticism, dance, ritual, magic, divination, dream-work, astrology, tarot, color-therapy, crystals, numerology, photography and psychology, just to mention some. This is an occasion to network, promote your resourcefulness and contribute to better understand the vast subtleties of healing.

The Creative Healing Project awaits your presentation proposals. Tell us about the mind, body, soul or spirit ‘medicine’ you use that contribute to growth and healing.
2020 Theme: Invoke Divine Light from Within to Empower Healing of all Wounds.

There are two forms of proposal activities:
1. Presentation: Length – 40 minutes; 15 minutes question time and 5 minutes break.
2. Workshop: Length – 2 hours.

Our vision with The Creative Healing Project is to bring people together from different vocations, talents and insights for innovative conversation, cross-pollination and creative experiences in the understanding and embodiment of Healing and Joy.

Bring your ‘medicine’ to share at this Gathering of Creative-Mind Souls in July 2020.

Let’s continue the conversation:
Proposals must clearly outline your idea and include your personal data.

Love and Blessings
Jayni Bloch

Additional activities will be organized during your stay in Ottawa. You have the opportunity to visit a wine-farm for a tasting of Ottawa wines; visit the special art exhibits at the National Gallery of Canada; visit the Canadian Museum of History and even an evening of Jazz at the Jazz festival. Those interested in nature can visit the Gatineau Park with its lakes and beaches or go on a riverboat tour on the Ottawa River. The Parliament Buildings are also an interesting architectural sight.

Sharing creative healing tools, insight and talents, to benefit our global community.