December 15, 2019

Sacred Expression Night


Michael Patrick Miller

7:00 – 9:00pm

An artistic performance event is for change-makers and soulful creators who desire a space to explore the edges of their self-expression — and find open mics to be uninviting.

The evening is guided by these 7 Sacred Expression Principles:

Creative Expression - everyone has an inner artist who wants to play, laugh, and create

Safety - This is a safe place to take creative risks, share, and experiment. Every artistic expression is welcomed, loved, and accepted.

Healing - Everyone is fighting their own battle and sharing art heals the wounds. 

Transcendence - When we share art together, we become one with the divine, and our spirit radiates love.

Compassion - Witnessing art, walls and masks come down, and our hearts connect.

Practice - Art is not just something you do, it’s a way of being and living. 

Empowerment - Freedom comes from stepping into the unknown. By sharing your art you inspire the world. 

Commonly Asked Questions: 

Q: “How much time do I have to share?”

A: 7 minutes.

Q: “What if I don’t know what art I want to share?”

A: Many people discover the inspiration and courage to share as a result of witnessing others shares. Just show up.

Q: “Do I have to participate?” 

A: No, you can simply watch. Each night is a once in a lifetime experience. 

Q: “What time do I arrive?”

A: Please arrive by 6:45pm as we start at 7pm sharp. 

Q: “What do I need to bring?”

A: Your art materials and whatever you need to be comfortable while you sit and watch. We have meditation cushions and chairs. 

Lots of love!

The Sacred Expression Team


Michael has devoted his life to helping entrepreneurs and public figures experience freedom, abundance and inner peace. He leads workshops, retreats, and events to liberate others and bring new art & businesses into existence.  

Before writing his first book, speaking internationally and starting a Leadership Coaching & Training firm, Michael received a B.S. in chemical engineering, worked as a Continuous Improvement Consultant at a Fortune 500 company, and facilitated leadership coach training programs.

Wherever Michael can get on stage, you’ll find him. From believing he was tone-deaf to now singing in front of large audiences, Michael knows the power of creativity for healing. He has acted in a musical and produced/starred in two off-broadway shows. He incorporates his lessons as a singer and artist into many of his works.

Today, Michael lives in Topanga, CA where he spends his time in nature, singing, writing, and practicing Kung Fu.

Learn More: @michaelpatrickmiller

Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your own reusable water bottle as water is provided. Come with comfortable clothing.

We recommend ride sharing, but there is also street parking available on Lincoln Blvd, Nowita Pl, Palms Blvd, Superba Ave, and other neighborhood streets.