Creative freedom is a gift we have as humans beings. It liberates us from a world that would be just fine seeing us lose our life so that we can fit into their box. I started writing my For the Conscious Writer posts in 2020 with the intention of having it lead into a mentoring program. (IContinue reading “It’s About You But It’s About Others Too”
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Just the Beginning
Sunday Reflections I write about Three Freedoms but it’s just the beginning to a bigger idea. They are just the foundation and so is creative freedom. Once we as writers lay down the foundation of our three freedoms and begin trust the floor boards that are creative freedom, it gives us access to so muchContinue reading “Just the Beginning”
In detachment lies the wisdom of uncertainty. ..in the wisdom of uncertainty lies the freedom from our past, from the known, which is the prison of past conditioning. And in our willingness to step into the unknown, the field of all possibilities, we surrender ourselves to the creative mind that orchestrates the dance of theContinue reading “Creative Freedom”
How Do You Embrace Your Freedoms?
“Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes.” – Mahatma Gandhi via @successmagazine If you haven’t read it yet, check out the three freedoms.
Infinite Creativity Freedom and Bliss
One way to access the field is through the daily practice of silence, meditation, and non-judgment. Spending time in nature will also give you access to the qualities inherent in the field: infinite creativity, freedom, and bliss. – Deepak Chopra
There’s creative freedom in having nothing to prove. Seeing the world for all that it is requires nothing but brutal honesty, you in your natural states. Same with writing, it doesn’t require a perfect human to share the truth, it requires an honest human. Once we step away from the insecurities that tell us weContinue reading “The Challenge”
Freedom to Listen, What I Forgot
I like to listen. I have learned a great deal from listening carefully. Most people never listen. Ernest Hemingway Among the three freedoms is freedom to listen. I felt something was missing when I finished it and now I finally figured it out. It’s learning to listen. There’s listening to the lessons that other’s haveContinue reading “Freedom to Listen, What I Forgot”
It’s Not About Creative Freedom
Where do I want my work to lead me? This is what I’ve been asking myself tonight. If I’m going to leave my future self a bread crumb trail, where do I want to lead myself? Is the point of this only to reach creative freedom? It’s not only to reach creative freedom. Most ofContinue reading “It’s Not About Creative Freedom”
Legal frameworks to protect and promote artistic freedom
While doing some research I learned about UNESCO, The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, which “is a specialised agency of the United Nations (UN) aimed at promoting world peace and security through international cooperation in education, arts, sciences and culture.” It all sounds real nice. I about UNESCO from an article written by Charles A. Thomson titledContinue reading “Legal frameworks to protect and promote artistic freedom”
Is there a thing called creative freedom?
We’ve been talking a lot about the three freedoms and how we should leverage them to get the most out of our creative freedom. You can read about it here According to Art Radar Journal,“In order to achieve creative freedom, one has to think free and adopt an approach that is unconventional. Fertilization of mindContinue reading “Is there a thing called creative freedom?”