How to Inspire Creativity

Once creative juices have slowed down – then what? Are you writing your first book? Writing an email to inspire the action you want? Recent brain research is revealing some interesting facts about the creative spirit. A major cause of slowing the flow of creativity is the common problem of anxiety. Intense anxiety, when the mind seems to be out of control with no hopes of stopping; muscles are tensed with no real movement, yet plenty of exhaustion is present. These moments can draw energy away from creative thinking, positive thought, and writing strength.

Is there an antidote? An easy fix? The finger is pointing to something the Shambhalla Institute has been doing for past three decades – creating moments and spaces that exude a natural high. Not only in the home, in the garden, and in the office, but, for the mind, body, emotions, and the soul. The Institute is looking for writers, authors, web-designers, actors, interior designers, and anyone else that uses up their creative prowess on a daily basis. To have a recharge and expand your creative flow, check out their upcoming, transforming Shamanic Journey Retreat in Sedona, Sept 18-23, (Thurs-Mon). It’s a skillfully planned, guided, and safe, immersion into the natural world; to deeply explore the hidden qualities of the basic powers of the Earth. To check out & to register, Click Here

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