"Will I ever be good enough?"
That question weighs heavily on many of us, but it is not the core question.
The core question is:
"How can I move forward anyway?"
Perfectionism strangles creativity.
I've been creating in spite of—and alongside—my perfectionism for decades. You can, too.
This course shows us how to:
- Invoke courage.
- Claim what we can control.
- Deal with Imposter Syndrome.
- Embrace change.
- Accept ourselves.
- Accept our art.
- Let go.
- Create no matter what.
If you've ever struggled with perfectionism and self doubt, this course is for you.
Please join me in this intensive, seven-week course that will change our relationship to creativity, perfectionism, and ourselves.
Take the risk. Let's create!
This course includes two live calls (don't worry, they'll also be recorded), multiple videos, print outs, prompts, and practices to do at home.
The September course is now closed for enrollment.
A new course will begin in February, 2020. If you register for the school, you'll get updates on when registration opens in January!
"I credit Thorn Coyle with coaching me through the deep change I needed in my life to be a whole and healthy person. I cannot recommend her teaching highly enough."
— Robin Rose Murphy, educator and speaker
Thorn is magic worker, activist, and lifelong creative, not stopped (so far) by chronic illness, and goaded on by an "ooh, shiny!" brain.
Thorn is committed to shifting the current paradigm and helping others to do the same. Creativity and teaching are both parts of this. An amateur street photographer Thorn also loves making digital collage art. A writer since age 5, they spent their youth doing community theater. Since then, Thorn has been a professional dancer, released four CDs of original music, written twelve novels, five non-fiction books on spiritual practice, and countless poems, essays, and short stories.
Thorn has taught magic and spiritual development in nine countries, four continents, and in twenty-five US states, and runs a coaching practice and independent publishing company.