Poetry really is the cure.
When we stop jabbering long enough to listen to what is going on around, among, and inside us—and we have someone to help us put that into the fewest, truest words available to us—the air clears and the aliveness flows through all the spaces in between.
Barbara Brown Taylor
Writer, Speaker, Spiritual Contrarian
Upcoming Poetic Medicine Events
- Sat, Oct 07Eight Saturdays via ZoomOct 07, 12:00 PM PDTEight Saturdays via Zoom
- Sat, Nov 04Three Saturdays via ZoomNov 04, 9:00 AM PDTThree Saturdays via Zoom
- Free for Veterans Sept 28th Oct 12th & 26thThursdays, 2:30pm PacificFree for Veterans Sept 28th Oct 12th & 26thThursdays, 2:30pm Pacific
- Registration forLetters-Only Option is Available NowRegistration forLetters-Only Option is Available Now
- Jan - Feb 2024 *Registration Options*6 weeks via ZoomJan - Feb 2024 *Registration Options*6 weeks via ZoomJan - Feb 2024 *Registration Options*6 weeks via ZoomIn this series, we will meet weekly to engage poetic medicine as a means of inviting our mystic heart to open more fully in our daily lives. In approaching our mystic heart through poetry, we engage the language of the heart through image, metaphor, spaciousness, and mystery. Waiting list below.
The Institute for Poetic Medicine is a non-profit 501(c)3
The Institute for Poetic Medicine offers tools and support to heal body, mind, and spirit through the creative and therapeutic process of hearing, speaking, and writing poetry.
The Institute for Poetic Medicine is dedicated to nurturing the human capacity to connect to Self, Other, Community, the Natural World, and the Divine through the healing, expressive art of poetry; what we describe as:
Awakening soulfulness in the human voice.
Poetic Medicine Community
Because our personal experiences touch the common ground we share with others, poetry offers a way to connect an otherwise seemingly unconnected community.
We invite you to share your experiences
– your poems –
within these poetic medicine groups.
Poetry Commons is a group that is open to all: ask questions, share poems, and become part of the larger poetic medicine community.
Other groups are available by invitation through registration for IPM programming.