Who is Leticia Mooney?
Leticia Mooney is an Australian author, consultant, coach and Life Reader whose works grapple with notions of ‘place’. Leticia works in a multiplicity of form, from essays to poetry. Her mission is to kindle a light in everyone who reads her work.
About Leticia or her services.
Liminal Woman is out now
Liminal Woman is Leticia’s first collection of poetry. Get your copy here.
As I reconnected with my inner artist, this work of poetry emerged. It explores the dark, scary, solitary transformation of Maiden to Mother. That transformation is one you traverse blind, one whose process is known by every other mother but one of which nothing is spoken. It is one that is filled with love, loneliness, and learning.
Ultimately, I wrote this poetry for you. Women, all women, are divine creatures. They are portals to new lives and, thus, new worlds. They are all artists. Their default mode is “creator”. I realised that I could only know this now because of a specific rite of passage: Motherhood. May this work shine a new light for you on one of the most powerful moments in women’s lives, and may it encourage you to reconnect with your inner artist too. Leticia Mooney, about Liminal Woman
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Did you know that you have a guardian angel? Or maybe two? Before you sit down to Art next, take a breath and get quiet. Then say: ‘I request a benevolent outcome for [specific action] today. Thank you.’ For example, I request a benevolent outcome for the easy flow of words in my 15-minute writing session today. Thank you. Then follow the little voice inside you that nudges you forwards. Your muse is real. It’s time to listen. xx Leticia PS. Share this with someone who needs to read it. Subscribe to Dear Artist… now
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Leticia blogs about everything from business to the writing life; from books to philosophy; from music to rain. Reader beware: You might lose a day reading.
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