About Sarah Sadie

Sarah Sadie's newest poetry collection, "We Are Traveling Through Dark at Tremendous Speeds" was published in spring 2016 by Lit Fest Press. When she's not writing or driving the kids somewhere, she helps people connect to their creativity and to each other. Combining interests in embodied spirituality, creative endarkenment, the wisdom of the body and the power of art, she seeks out makers, dreamers, and anyone who wants to push out of stale routines.

Creative Endarkenment: the Need to Ground and Shield

Creativity is by its nature radical. Grounding and shielding helps us protect ourselves when the work gets messy, gets dangerous. [Read more…]

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Creative Endarkenment: The Need to Slow

One cannot seek endarkenment with the clock ticking or the timer going off. [Read more…]

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Creative Endarkenment: Embracing Silence

Brainstorming, workshopping, sharing and publishing are all good and necessary parts of the creative life. But at heart, at root, at some point the creative soul closes the door and returns again to her own deep well. [Read more…]

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Creative Endarkenment: Downward to Darkness

There comes a time when we feel the tug in our gut, the impulse to nose our way down a little further into the murk. Something in us wants to descend. [Read more…]

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Creative Endarkenment: Pausing to Get Acquainted with Darkness

All creativity roots itself in the dark, no matter how small or large the idea…but before anyone can explore that truth, we have to get comfortable with the idea of darkness. [Read more…]

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When We Are Birthing, It Helps to Breathe Through the Pain

When we are birthing, it helps to breathe through the pain. An invitation. [Read more…]

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Combinations of Difficult Questions #PinkOut

What if a woman’s voice is the tree falling in the forest? What if women’s voices come together to weave another forest? [Read more…]

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