Purpose
Founded in 2000, the Creative Awareness Project is a California 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation. Our mission is to provide education and research into the nature of consciousness and its relationship to our mental, emotional and spiritual well being. A corollary commitment is to explore the creative arts and their potential role as a means for generating self-awareness and personal growth.

The Need
We believe that we are engaged in an evolutionary transition and that the next step in our development requires conscious participation in our own growth. Conditioned by our limited understanding of how consciousness creates, we need to explore and develop new models and patterns of learning about ourselves and our nature as consciousness.

We live in stressful times with the political and economic forecasts continuously reminding us of how fragile our sense of stability really is. We are challenged to find balance and harmony in ourselves that exists independent of outside circumstance. Relying on the outside social support that our traditional institutions have provided in the past is problematic. Our families, schools, community services organizations and religious institutions are suffering from the same stresses that we feel so intimately in our own lives. It is, therefore, not surprising that to generate a sense of well being, we must turn our attention to the resources that exist within us to learn new skills for managing and expanding our state of being.

Board of Directors
Shirley Grant
Loran Nash
Judy Tatelbaum
Lesley Strother

Officers
Ellen Miller, President and Executive Director
Shirley Grant, Secretary/Tresure

Advisory Board
Hal Zina Bennett, Ph.D., Author and Teacher

Carie Broecker, Author and Teacher
Pierre Delattre, MFA, Author and Fine Artist
Gail Gregory, L.Ac., Acupuncturist and Healer
David Holzgang, MBA, Communications Consultant
Nancy Ortenstone, MFA, Fine Artist
Marcia Taylor, MA, Artist and Counselor
Elizabeth Helms, R.N., M.A., CHTP/I

   

© Copyright 2017 The Creative Awareness Project 
P.O. Box 479, Cotati, California 94931, USA 
(707) 542-8087 phone/fax • email: c.a.p@earthlink.net