Please note that this course is now closed.

If you would like to talk about the possibility of me teaching this course in your community, or a workshop version of it, please get in contact! –>



About MFC: “Really inspiring.” – Yannis Mataillet (designer, consultant, architect.)

About MFC: “Diving into the world of meditation & creativity – it was a great and challenging journey  : )”    – Susanne Kohl (Grinberg practitioner, artist.)

About an individual consultation: “Thank you.. for your caring attention and time the other day. That was truly wonderful. You have given me an opportunity to put myself back in touch with what is most precious to me… Thank you so much! .. A completely moving and pragmatically good experience.” – CJ (artist, writer, blogger.)


Hello! I’m running a Meditation Course in Berlin! Here’s what it’s all about…

Creativity is the use of ideas, imagination and intuition to make or create something. It is a process that involves clarity, invention, originality, decision-making, deep listening, attention to detail, trust, empathy, vision, good instincts, and, the ability to communicate engagingly with others – sometimes all at once!

But how do you achieve this in today’s super-busy, distraction-filled, ‘time-poor’ climate?

Often it’s a struggle to find a moment to ‘reach inside’ and find the stories you want to tell, the ideas you want to share, or even to produce the things you want to make. How do you make that space for a ‘light bulb moment’ or inspiration to happen?

“You can’t wait for inspiration; you have to go after it with a club.”  – Jack London, writer, journalist, social activist

Meditation For Creativity is a seven-week course that will teach you the fundamentals of meditation*  and how to apply them to your own creative process so you can more fully realise your potential and find those innovative ideas.

Whether you’re an artist, writer, performer, storyteller, crafter, musician, innovator, in business – or someone who just values the importance of living and thinking creatively – this course is for you!

From September 26 – November 7, 2015, seven x 90-minute classes will be held weekly on Saturday mornings at Körper Raum Mitte (Berlin) in English language.

Places are strictly limited! Course enrolments close by 5pm, Wednesday September 23 and must be secured with a 50% deposit payment by that date.

Book by email here.

* A Mindfulness Based Stillness Meditation approach will be used in this course.

Making the simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity”
– Charles Mingus, musician

When: Saturdays, 10:30-12:00 | Saturday September 26 – Saturday November 7, 2015 | Please note that this is a 7-week, sequential course, and single classes are not available in this instance.

Language: English

Price: €105 per person

Bookings: | In order to secure your place, a 50% deposit (€52.50) must be paid by 5pm Wednesday September 23, 2015. I will email you the payment options once you have contacted me to reserve your place.

Where: ‘Körper Raum, Mitte’
 | Neue Jakobstraße 1-3 | 10179, Berlin | The venue is a 3-minute walk from U Henrich-Heine Strasse on the U8 line (take the Köpenicker Strasse exit from the station). Or a 5-minute walk from U Markisches Museum on the U2 line (take the Inselstrasse exit.)

How: The meditation class will be conducted mostly seated on chairs.

About The Teacher: Megan Spencer is a highly experienced media-arts professional, and a meditation practitioner from Australia, who now lives in Berlin. She has an Masters in Media Arts from RMIT University and a dynamic history as a radio maker/broadcaster, filmmaker, writer, critic and photographer – and as public speaker, teacher and workshop facilitator. In July 2015 she co-presented the two-day Deep Storytelling: Creating A Culture Of Connection workshop at Impact Hub Berlin.

She has studied and practiced meditation since 2009, first learning it at The Gawler Foundation Yarra Valley Living Centre in Victoria, Australia, where she also completed a Meditation Teacher Training course in 2011. She has further studied meditation and Buddhism at the Atisha Buddhist Centre in Central Victoria, Australia, with teachers Ven. Robina Courtin, Ven. Thubten Gyatso and Ven. Thubten Lhundrup.

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