Audio Interview with Sheila Petruccelli
This week’s issue of “Notebooks” is in the form of an audio interview with Sheila Petruccelli, Director of Creative Embodiment at the Haden Institute in North Carolina.
We discuss the challenges of putting the spiritual into words, creative shame, and the poetry of David Whyte and Robert Bly.
I hope you enjoy this audio episode.
I’ll be back with a written essay next week. As I mentioned last issue, we will have a slightly lighter publishing schedule this summer.
James Hazelwood, author, bishop, and spiritual companion, is the author of Weird Wisdom for the Second Half of Life and Everyday Spirituality: Discover a Life of Hope, Peace, and Meaning. His website is www.jameshazelwood.net