Upcoming classes on
and awakening the heart
One-on-one coaching on meditation practice, writing, and leadership
Exploring the link between meditation
and the creative spirit
"Hugh’s approach to teaching meditation is like an editor helping a writer find just the right word. He helps his students clear out the cobwebs and reveal the clarity of thought that meditation can bring. Studying under him was a singular experience that will surely change my life forever." ~ Cory Johnson, journalist and investor
"Hugh illuminates his teaching with storytelling and an infectious good humor. He also knows the magical and transformative connection between making art and living in the now." ~ Anna Douglas, a founding teacher of Spirit Rock Meditation Center
"Hugh writes, speaks, teaches, and lives in accord with the teachings of the Buddha. He combines reason and passion with conviction." ~ George Mumford, meditation teacher and author ofThe Mindful Athlete
"Hugh changes the energy in any room he’s in. He has a way of meeting each of us where we are and lighting a path for our next steps." ~ Joan Ryan, sportswriter and author of Intangibles: Unlocking the Science and Soul of Team Chemistry
"Hugh’s inspiring presence and deep curiosity allow him to tap directly into life’s creative currents. He has the rare gift of being able to help others awaken to and live from those sacred currents." ~ Tara Brach, meditation teacher and author of Radical Compassion
Sit. Smile. Create.
An online workshop on how to break through psychological barriers and unleash your innate creativity.
May 21 – 9am-2pm PDT/12pm-5pm EDT
Hugh Delehanty is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, a National Magazine Award-winning editor, and a certified meditation teacher with more than 25 years of practice focusing on mindfulness and creativity.
Author Mark Matousek interviews Hugh on meditation and creativity.
Brooks learned early that the trick to comedy is “what we all know about living and dying.”
Creative Fire newsletter
Top stories in our current issue:
Comedian/filmmaker Mel Brooks on the secret of lifelong creativity.
Author/meditation teacher Martin Aylward on the role of embodied awareness in the creative process.
Novelist Louise Erdrich on how writing saved her life.
Abstract Expressionist painter Joan Mitchell on letting your feelings be your guide.
“They say comedians usually have a bad childhood, so they make up for it with laughter and love from the audience. That’s nonsense! For me, it’s about continuing the love you got as a child. I had a lot of love as a kid, and I don’t want that love to stop.”