We often fail in our creative projects because we don’t understand the basics about creative processes. These include knowing who we are, how we best create, as much as our shortcomings, possible obstacles, and what really matters in our lives. If we learn to love the unique instrument of creation that we are, we can use it to create what matters to us.
1 DISCOVER YOUR SECRET POTENTIAL
Being creative has a way of bringing forth our best and our worst. It is important to embrace both aspects of yourself, and learn to utilize even those aspects you consider to be useless or you want to hide. Knowing your values and all your skills, will help create what has meaning for you.
What is really important to me? What have I always wanted to do, but haven't had the time/money/the energy or support to do? What is my greatest achievement?
What have been major stumbling blocks? What is it that keeps you going, that prevents me from going for what I want?
These questions will help activate some of our secret potential.
2 BECOMING AN INSTRUMENT OF CREATION - INVITING THE UNKNOWN
What kind of instrument of creation are you? Noone, absolutely noone is like you. Noone can bring what you are into this world. This is your greatest asset.
WE will use artistic creation to explore how we best create, to experience the state of flow and find what works for us. Learn to step out of the way and co-create with life/ spirit/ a greater source of energy. See how the result is a refelction of your essence.
What inspires me? What makes my heart beat faster? What are my resources to create what matters in my life? How can I tap into my inner wisdom, my inner helpers?
3 IMAG(in)E AND ACTIVATE YOUR VISION
Images and visions are powerful tools in the creative process. Painting your vision helps to activate what is inside you, to bring it into the world. When we express and look at it, it can start to do its magic.
When we imag-in-e something we give the universe information and energy for what it is we want. This will also support us in focusing on what we truly want rather than re-imag(in)eing our fears adn doubts.