Journaling and Meditation to Awaken Your Potential

​In this intensive, you will learn to a​waken your highest potential with journaling and meditation​.​ Whether you’re a new or experienced journaler or meditator, this workshop ​is designed to help you unblock what might be keeping you from realizing ​your most authentic ​happiness and ​most expansive ​success by ​utilizing unique journaling techniques to identify what it is in your life that you’d like to let go of. Once you let go, you make room for abundance in your life​.​ Journaling will help you manifest this abundance by guiding you to set high-minded intentions​ and express your true Self​​, while meditation will provide the time, space, and stillness for you to feel what is most important to you and who you truly are.​

Upcoming Class:

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Time:   2:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Cost:    $49.00

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In this workshop, you’ll learn:

  • Profound journaling tips and techniques
  • Where and how to start writing
  • How to develop a regular journaling and meditation routine
  • The science behind journaling, meditation and the brain
  • How to release trauma through writing
  • The relationship between writing and consciousness
  • How to uplift your consciousness through journaling
  • How to communicate with your highest Self and the Divine
  • How to realize your highest potential, manifesting success, happiness and love
  • Discover new things about yourself
  • All questions you have about journaling will be answered

Meera Grace Hoon, M.A., RYT 200, is a Kriyaban and the founder of Inner Awakening Writing Center, a journaling and meditation program based in Southern California. She is a form​er journalist and sexual assault counselor, and originally created her journaling program for her sex trafficking survivor clients. A longtime meditator and yogi, Meera is passionate about helping others empower themselves through Self-discovery. She teaches her program nationally at retreat centers, yoga studios, universities, high schools, a home for pregnant women and mothers, a home for developmentally disabled adults, among many other places. She has undergraduate degrees in journalism and American studies, a master’s degree in American studies, and also attended graduate school for documentary filmmaking. Her work is featured in the Orange County Register, LA YOGA Magazine, Asana Journal and New Connexion: The Journal for Conscious Living, among others. Meera has been profiled in LA YOGA Magazine, OC Weekly and Chapman Magazine, and more. She lives in Encinitas and works at Chapman University.