Creative Writing Energy: Tools to Access Your Higher-Creative Mind.
It’s time for you to raise your vibration!
Do you ever find yourself struggling for creative inspiration?
Join Kim Petersen and Catherine Evans as we discuss points, explore alternative ways of thinking and show you how you can raise your energy and open pathways to gain access to your higher-creative mind.
Creative Writing Energy: Tools to Access Your Higher-Creative Mind is a book created for authors from best-selling and award-winning authors, Kim Petersen and Catherine Evans – developed to help creatives discover and nurture their natural imaginative resources.
Meditation is Sexy | Mindfulness is as sexy as meditation | Unlocking Imagination | Tarot for the Writer | Creativity and Sexuality | Crystals for Creativity | Runes for Writers | Turning Back Time: Aborigine Dreamtime – Connect with the Earth and Ground Yourself | Nourish the Body, Nourish the Mind | Pendulum for Story and Character Development | Soul Purpose and Soul Connections for Creativity and Higher Purpose
Creative Writing Energy: Tools to Access Your Higher-Creative Mind will give you a range of alternative methods and ideas that you can use to access your higher-creative mind. That part of yourself that remains hidden and unexplored, and brimming with story ideas and characters you have yet to meet. Muse or no muse.
Here’s What You Get:
- The Benefits of Connecting with your Higher-Self
- Understanding the Mind For Creativity
- Meditation for Creativity
- The Pendulum for Story
- Feed Your Mind: Virtual Online Tours to Inspire
- Connecting with the Earth Energy
- Free-from Writing
- Tarot & Oracle Cards for Story
- Crystals & Gemstones
- Writing Through Disaster and Conflict
Creative Writing Energy Content
You often hear about people being in the zone. Painters being in another place, the paintbrush seeming to have a mind of its own; musicians so engrossed in the music they are creating. You only have to look at some of the great guitarists to see what I mean; writers sitting at the keyboard for hours without a break, not wanting to stop because the words just keep coming.
“I’m a fraud!”
“I’m not a good enough writer.”
“What am I thinking? No one will be interested in reading my work.”
Any of these self-deprecating mantras resonate with you?
Mantra. There’s a word. If you’re thinking it’s one that doesn’t quite gel with the negative connotation preceding it, then you’d be right. Words like ‘self-deprecating’. A quick squiz at Wikipedia will inform you that the word “mantra” denotes a sacred meaning, a numinous sound or utterance — ‘A group of words in Sanskrit believed by practitioners to have psychological and/or spiritual powers’.
“Be where you are otherwise you will miss your life.” – Buddha
I’ve known about mindfulness and I thought I did okay at it. I live in the present moment and I try to enjoy things with a child-like glee—or so I thought. Then I heard and saw someone who excelled at it … and it blew my mind.
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