This monthly workshop with Mona Pearl Treyball offers an opportunity for a small group of sangha members to come together to deepen our spiritual journey through contemplation, writing and reflection.
The group will meet online on the third Wednesday of each month, September through December, engaging in the curious exploration of mind through writing.
Most of the two-hour sessions will be devoted to writing, with some discussion and reflection within the group
Each person may bring a prompt – taking turns offering prompts, contemplating, writing, and then sharing reflections. Holding each other in a trusting compassionate embrace, then see what pops out!
What do you need?
Not much – something to write with, something to write on, a drink that makes you happy, and an open mind! You are invited on this adventure!
Contact: Mona Pearl Treyball
Mona Pearl Treyball
Mona Pearl Treyball is an artist, nurse, retired military veteran, and teacher with nine children, three grandchildren, and two dogs.
As a professor at the University of Colorado’s College of Nursing she is the director of Veteran and Military Health Care academic programs, a new specialty created to educate health care professionals on the unique needs of service members.
She has a PhD in Public Policy and Public Administration with a focus in Health Care and International Relations from Auburn University, MS in National Resource Strategy from National Defense University, MS in Nursing from Pace University, and BA in Dance Therapy and Drama from New York University.
On the path for many years, she became a student of Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche after arriving in the Seattle area in 2018.
With a love of books and the curiosity of endless possibilities, she is a lifelong writer, with publications in literary magazines and professional literature.