“No matter what your age or your life path, whether making art is your career or your hobby or your dream, it is not too late or too egotistical or too selfish or too silly to work on your creativity.”
Do You Recognize This in You?
The wish to be more creative or having the sense that you are creative, but unable to tap into your creativity. You may have great ideas, wonderful dreams, and yet somehow unable to actualize them for yourself.
Julia Cameron writes in her book “the Artist’s Way” “Sometimes we have specific creative longings we would love to be able to fulfill – learning to play the piano, painting, taking an acting class or writing. Sometimes our goal is more diffuse. We hunger for what might be called creative living, an expanded sense of creativity in our business lives, in sharing with our children, our spouse, our friends.”
The unconsciously erected wall
Many of us have unconsciously created a barrier to protect ourselves form failing or succeeding. We may even think that we are protecting ourselves by ignoring or denying our creative desires (I know I did), but all we are doing is creating a cage around us, afraid to fly.
As we slowly learn to remove the rubble of opinions and judgments of others, these include the voice of the ego (who can be very judgmental) and change it to the possibility that it is natural to create.
Once we accept that we are called to unfold our creativity and our true purpose in life; to be who we are, useful bits of help everywhere in our life will show up every were in our life.
Creativity speaks to us constantly through the day. We may experience a hunch, a sense of being alive to the suggestion of a friend, or follow an urge to try something new on a whim.
At “the Artist’s Way” we train ourselves to listen to our heart and tune into a higher harmonic frequency for help as we continue to unfold on our path of Wholeness.
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