About

The Seekers Forum is an online community for people interested in personal and spiritual development designed to inspire and cultivate lasting change in your life. Each month-long program focuses on a topic linked to creativity, personal growth, spiritual practice and ethical well-being and immerses you in a contemplative subject matter intended to help you Awaken To Your Life.

The Seekers Forum was started in January of 2013 as a way of establishing a fellowship of seekers – people on a path of authenticity, self-discovery and spiritual awakening who want to learn, grow and support each other in an exciting, safe and compassionate community of their own.

Created and guided by bestselling author and teacher Mark Matousek, The Seekers Forum provides a valuable roadmap to everyday wisdom for spiritual seekers and everyday people. Become a member of this inspiring community where like-minded souls gather to share ideas, offer support, challenge and inspire one another. Won’t you join us?

About Mark
Mark is a bestselling author, teacher, and speaker whose mission is to increase creativity, personal insight, and spiritual growth. His work focuses on personal awakening and creative excellence through transformational writing and self-inquiry. He brings over three decades of experience as a memoirist, editor, interviewer, survivor, activist, and spiritual seeker to his penetrating and thought-provoking work with students. His workshops, classes, and mentoring have inspired thousands of people around the world to reach their artistic and personal goals.

The essence of Mark’s philosophy is that “When you tell the truth, your story changes. When your story changes, your life is transformed.” In his books and teaching, Mark guides you through a unique process of self-examination through writing that leads to personal insight, creative enrichment, and spiritual awakening.

Please visit Mark Matousek.com for more information as well as a complete list of online classes, workshops, and events.

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