Category Archives: Events


Eight years ago we started getting people together to explore the intersection of Creativity and Spirituality. For a couple of years we used Julie Cameron’s The Artist’s Way as a guide. Gradually we began creating our own curriculum, borrowing from the best of her “tools” including morning pages, but more rooted in the essential narrative […]

ReIMAGINE January Newsletter

The ReIMAGINE January Newsletter is out. Check out our Bay Area events and places where I will be teaching around the country. Tweet


Last weekend, my old friend, Michael Toy and I stopped by Revolution NYC in Brooklyn to connect with the New York kids and do a bit of story-telling. You can listen to the podcast of the event, hosted at Pete’s Candy store in Williamsburg, here. The best part of the night was the pot luck […]

Awakening Creativity 2013

What will you do in 2013 to open yourself to greater risks, growth and imagination? Why not start the year with some practices to reawaken your creativity and spiritual life. Join us beginning January 8th for a 6 week Learning Lab in San Francisco called Awakening Creativity. Go here for a further description and to […]

Upcoming Speaking

Now that the book is off to the copy editor, I’ll be back on the road speaking a bit in January and February. Here’s a list of some of the places I’ll be: Tweet

Two events with Tom and Christine Sine

Next week we are hosting two events in San Francisco with our friends and mentors Tom & Christine Sine. There will be a day time gathering for leaders on Wednesday November 28th from 10-1 p.m. You can R.S.V.P. Here And we’ll be having an evening dinner and conversation with the Sines that night at Westmont’s […]

What does transformation look like for an E3 achiever?

Ok, one last enneagram story from our monthly conversation. This one from our friend Laura Kirk. As an Enneagram 3, I carry such laudable banners as: “The Achiever,” “The Charmer,” “The Motivator,” “The Role Model,” (and, hilariously, but humiliatingly) “The Best.” I am success-oriented, adaptable, excelling, and highly image-conscious. I have a positive, go-getter attitude […]

A camera, a toaster and a choo choo train. Reflections of an Enneagram 7

Over the next few days I’ll be posting some of the stories from Monday’s conversation about personality and spiritual journey. The story bellow was written by our friend Jody  Beavers, an amazingly self-aware E7 enthusiast. Dani Scoville, an E2 Helper and Jarrod Shappell, an E8 Challenger have both posted their stories on their blogs. If […]

Seeking a simple, sustainable life in San Francisco?

A few days ago we completed the draft manuscript for our upcoming book on Radical Simplicity.  The book, based in our personal story, is a written form of  ReIMAGINE’s Learning Labs on simplicity.  Lisa and I, along with Melanie Hopson, will be doing a workshop on material from the book in San Francisco on September 22. […]

Wandering To A Hidden Love

One of the story-tellers at our July Conversation was my friend Joseph Farley. I met Joseph not long after he had converted to Orthodox Christianity from many years as a spiritual seeker, particularly in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Over the last few years, Joseph has been an occasional and regular participant in various ReIMAGINE happenings. […]