Welcome, beautiful people!
Why do we need creative freedom?
Creative people have a sacred responsibility to nurture their own gifts and inspiration.
The creative process is joyful, yet it can too-easily be derailed by an inability to trust your own voice, lagging momentum, self-doubts, procrastination, perfectionism and fear of criticism.
The most insidious unconscious obstacles are age-old misconceptions and negative stereotypes about art and artists.
Can you relate to this statement by visionary choreographer, Martha Graham?
“There is a vitality,
a life force,
a quickening that is translated through you into action,
and because there is only one of you in all of time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium,
and it will be lost.”
I first heard these profound words during a workshop, while in a deep meditative state. All of a sudden, I understood that regardless of my doubts and confusion, I had a responsibility to my own creative energy and ideas. It changed my life: I developed a kind of urgency to access and act on those creative ideas.
Creative Freedom: For the Artist in You contains everything I wish someone had shared with me when I was struggling to empower myself and heal my inner artist.
“Creativity is one of the essential things about being human. So you don’t have to apologize for it. It’s something human beings do.”– Author, Margaret Atwood
Creative Freedom For the Artist in You provides:
Greater awareness of the blocks and ways to turn them into stepping stones on the creative life path.
Tools and encouragement to help tap more of your creative energy.
Increased momentum to complete projects and move forward in a creative career.
A more loving relationship with yourself and your inner artist.
Learn more about how to increase your Creative Freedom.