Alix Launches New Blog for Writers & Other Creative Spirits

The Healed Writer: The Creative Path to a Healed Planet is a blog for writers who want to release insecurity, embrace personal power, and work through life lessons in the joyful playground of a writer’s life

Author Alix Moore is pleased to announce the launch of The Healed Writer,, a new blog designed to help writers understand that all the facets of the writing life help writers to recognize, work through, and heal their spirit lessons.

Clarksburg, MD July 3, 2012 The Healed Writer launches today at The blog, to be updated four days a week, takes a spiritual look at writer’s block, fear of rejection, and other issues common to writers, artists, and musicians. Instead of being stuck, frustrated, and self-critical, readers will learn to recognize the soul lessons inherent in creativity challenges. With awareness comes action, and with action, healing for the writer and for the planet.

“Creativity is one of the most powerful forces on the planet,” says author Alix Moore. “When we create, we connect with divine source energy.  In so doing, we bring down the divine, thus creating a small piece of heaven on earth.”

“Want to help Earth on her journey?” Moore continues, “Heal yourself, and that healing will reverberate throughout the collective consciousness.”

Alix Moore is a spiritual writer, healer, and teacher.  She works with both children and adults in the areas of creativity, spiritual growth, and personal empowerment. Her first book, Tapping the Well Within: Writing From Your Source of Effortless Creativity, Deep Wisdom, and Utter Joy is available at

Alix Moore can be reached at  The Healed Writer blog is located at


About Alix Moore

Alix Moore is a soul healer, a soul teacher, and a powerful channel for the wisdom and healing of the Archangels. She is passionate about helping lightworkers learn and heal so that they can fully embody their god/dess selves and fulfill their missions to serve and support the evolution of planet. Connect with Alix at
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