Do you feel like you have ideas but aren’t sure how to put them down on paper, into print or into action? Perhaps you are feeling like the life you are living no longer fits and are searching for what is next.
Creative Mindfulness may be the class for you.
Any project is made up of many small steps taken over time: it takes commitment and focus.
This session will help you develop a daily practice that will build your skills and confidence. Learn tools and habits to connect with your creativity, get your ideas on paper, focus on the story you want to tell, the project you’d like to put in motion or the life you want to live.
Getting started can be the simplest and yet the most difficult action.
There are easy daily practices that will get you on your way to living a more mindful, creative existence. These little action steps can support you in honing in on what you want to do with your life and the impact you would like to make in the lives of all you meet.
We are immersed in the information age, where the answer to every question is at our finger tips. However, what if all the best answers are locked away with in you? This class seeks to encourage you to pause and get connected to the wisdom within.
Connecting with Your Creativity
Here are some of the topics to be covered. Each will be highlighted by personal accounts, activities and additional resources to support further development.
1. Clear your mind- with mindfulness or meditation. Starting with the Breath. (follow the link to read about the benefits of mindful breathing)
2.Capturing ideas- Think like a private investigator or a detective…there are clues or inspirational hits everywhere.
3. Journaling- The the creative style may vary. Participants will be encouraged to take a free flowing non judgmental approach.
4. Road blocks- How to bust through writers block, a lack of fresh ideas or our own thinking ( check out the post 10 Ways to Bust through Fear During the Creative Process )
5. Support a goal with daily, weekly or monthly commitments: breaking any goal into small manageable action steps.