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Yes, writing is hard, but you can learn how to dodge resistance, self-doubt, lack of ideas, lack of focus, and other plagues of mind—and learn how to make writing a non-negotiable part of your life. 

I provide writers with the resources they need to establish a sustainable and productive writing routine. That's really the crown jewel for writers: writing consistently no matter what. 


We'll tame the anti-writing demons, explore ways that meditation can be a powerful ally, use goal-setting to build momentum and finish your project, clarify the structure of your book or project, and establish a plan for publication and marketing.

I offer one-on-one coaching immersions and also, starting in 2022, small group immersions. More details here  or  email me to schedule a free exploratory call.




Shipped to inboxes every Sunday, the Zen Sun Weekly is a free newsletter featuring a brief, original Zen teaching along with meditation resources, news of upcoming events, practice opportunities, 1:1 support, the Zoom link to a daily silent meditation session, and a recommended song for your playlist. 

"I read a lot of profound spiritual writing and still find your words priceless, thanks!" —Jane Birch, Provo, UT

"What a lovely email to wake up to this morning!"

—Penelope Wong, Berea, KY

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Silent meditation drop-in (online, daily). This is an easy and informal way to experience the power of meditating with others and to deepen your practice. We begin the 20-minute session with three bells at 7am PT | 8am MT | 10am ET, and end with two bells. 

Doors open 15 minutes early if you'd like to sit longer. Beginners and imperfectionsists welcome. Fine to drop in for just a few minutes. There are no instructions given: just silent sitting. First time or need a refresher?  
Here you go. Ready? Enter the Zoom dojo

The Tao of Aging (online interactive workshop, June 26, 10-11:30 AM MT)

Zazenkai (in-person all-day meditation retreat in Colorado, July 17, 2021)

Setting Things Right at the Center: How Meditation Can Transform Your Teaching, 
Thursday, August 19, 1:30-2:30 PM, MT (online interactive workshop, hosted by University of Colorado Boulder, open to all educators)