Working in your studio, writing a novel or a song, arranging a show, outlining your next article, planning your next presentation, getting a gallery meeting, detailing a business plan, making your unique mask, most of this time you are by yourself, yes?
Your natural habitat is aloneness (never to be confused with loneliness).
Aloneness is the high, blooming meadow of creativity: you, your spirit, and your Creative Source.
Many of you, like me, are continuing to do your work–the only solid ground we have right now.
And as we all transform in this NewWorld, creative entrepreneurs are equipped with an unusual gift that the rest of our world is trying to get used to: creating in all fields—at some stage of development—is a solitary venture, a creative sheltering-in-place.
Who could imagine this would be, right now, the Golden Calf of survival for an entire world?
As a creative you have a natural inclination to shelter-in-place, which means you have so much to share right now with our NewWorld!
Next up? Look for my post on the power of words: Why I Spell covid-19 This Way
Your Truth. Your Power. Your Word..claim it!
P.S. Now, it’s your turn. When did you discover something unexpected about yourself from sheltering-in-place? I’d really, really like to know…
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