Silence Your Inner Critic Writing Meditation Workbook

Your Inner Critic is very...CRITICAL!

The Inner Critic is that pesky voice inside your head that likes to think it runs the show. It's the voice that likes to correct any tiny little error you may make and can sometimes be so loud that it can cause overwhelm, stress, and even analysis paralysis.

Not good if you want to actually move forward on what you're trying to do.

However, the Inner Critic has it's purpose, place, and is a valuable ally when it's not the one who's in control. It has an incredible talent for finding what is wrong and how to fix it. This is useful at the end of a project when you need to get something out of first draft and into final draft mode. Ultimately, it's just trying to keep you safe.

In order to silence the Inner Critic at the beginning of a project, it's necessary to put up safe boundaries around when it's time for it to speak and when it's time to go chatter somewhere else. This workbook will show you how.

In this workbook you'll discover:

  • How to silence and work with your inner critic
  • What you really need to hear
  • How to give yourself permission to make the change

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Curriculum

Instructor

Natalie Marie Collins

Natalie Marie Collins has been using writing as a meditation since being introduced to stream of consciousness writing in 2009.

Writing Meditations have seen Natalie through raising children, a divorce, finding true love, becoming a life, business and creativity coach, and through her own ongoing spiritual, body, and emotional healing journey.