Creative Soul Works grew out of my journey as a writer, woman and teacher and its intersection with my spiritual path. Over the years, my writing and its profound effects on every aspect of my life led me to an exploration of the creative process. As the palette of my creativity widened, I understood, at a visceral level, that creativity is not limited to the arts. Rather, creativity is a path from which the journey of life is explored and its fullness embraced. This is the journey I share through my work as your coach.
Creativity wells up from the cosmic inner landscape where the true Self abides. If we are free to meander in this landscape without expectation and need, our creativity becomes the wellspring of life in ways that cannot be imagined by the mind.
Creativity Is In All of Us, Not Just the Gifted Few
Although at its core, creativity is a mystery, the creative process is knowable, and we can use it as a template for living a more fulfilling, aware, meaningful life. If allowed, the cycles of creativity become the enduring flow of our lives, bringing with them the freedom to live life sourced from your passions instead of your fears – from your life’s true purpose rather than from your ego’s vision of security and prosperity.
Such freedom is your birthright, but one that is very challenging to claim. It is the journey of the warrior spirit within you. First the journey takes you inward to reclaim the mystery of who you truly are. Once that is accomplished, once you are sourcing your life from the the song of your soul instead of the needs of your ego, life becomes the vital adventure it is meant to be!
This is the journey I offer through my coaching program and through all the programs on Creative Soul Works. Join the mailing list and receive a series of articles, exercises, audio downloads and special offers designed to inspire!
|Listen to a 9 minute audio from a recent teleseminar that includes a discussion of failure and creativity as well as an interaction that I had with one of the participants on the question: "What part of yourself is creativity asking you to die to?"