Creative Freedom

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”

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”

Three Freedoms

The Three Freedoms you need to take advantage of to experience ultimate creative freedom are Freedom to grow, Freedom to be heard, and Freedom to listen. Let’s start here. What is Creative Freedom? Creative freedom is having the freedom to create without limitations. Before we dive in, I wanted to explain that this post is gearedContinue reading “Three Freedoms”

Creative Freedom and Purpose

Does your creative freedom have a purpose? What’s the focus of Three Freedoms? If creative freedom is to obtain its fullest growth, its most complete development, it must have a great and worthy purpose. It must not be merely freedom for freedom’s sake. Thomson, Charles A. “Creative Freedom and the World Crisis.” Music Educators Journal, vol.Continue reading “Creative Freedom and Purpose”

A Home for Creativity

“…; in what kind of social climate, a cultural milieu can human creativity be developed optimally? Conditions of Freedom to Encourage Creativity If one were to ask the question, what kind of nature? one might answer that it is and can be found in a free universe. To continue this questioning; what kind of humanContinue reading “A Home for Creativity”

Freedom to Listen

A dangerous book will always be in danger from those it threatens with the demand that they question their assumptions. They’d rather hang on to the assumptions and ban the book.” ― Ursula K. Le Guin, The Wave in the Mind: Talks and Essays on the Writer, the Reader and the Imagination Having the freedom to listenContinue reading “Freedom to Listen”

The Final Part

Tomorrow, I’ll share my the final part of three titled Freedom to Listen. What to look forward to? I’ll be sharing the blog post and some brief quotes and thoughts from the blog post on IG, Twitter, and my Facebook page. You can find the links below So tomorrow: Freedom to Listen blogpost Keep theContinue reading “The Final Part”