When I created this painting – many years ago, now – it was my attempt to depict one image of the spiritual path. I called it The Quest or The Seeker.
And for many, many years I have thought of myself as a seeker. Seeking spiritual connection, seeking learning, seeking my way, seeking . . . → Read More: The Seeker’s Dilemma
Spiritual Creatives are insightful, intuitive, and imaginative, tender-hearted and passionate. We’re great at receiving inspired visions and getting excited about them. We are not always equally great at manifesting those visions. Taking assertive action and putting ourselves forward does not come easily to most of us.
In fact, we often shrink from the idea of . . . → Read More: Are You a Spiritual Creative? Part II
Many of the people I work with, play with, and are friends with are what I call “Spiritual Creatives.” This includes artists, healers, counselors, coaches, and transformational entrepreneurs of all kinds. Spiritual Creatives are idealists who would also like to be realists, who seek to live soul-powered, inspired lives, serve the higher good, and make . . . → Read More: Are You a Spiritual Creative? Part I
Isabel Parlett, the magical Soundbite Shaman with whom I’m studying, asked me this in response to what I wrote about my experience lecturing on art: “Say a bit more about what you see happens to people in the presence of beauty – and when they see beyond their usual awareness. Why is that important?”
This . . . → Read More: Beauty & Soul
Is the manuscript of your work-in-progress buried in a desk drawer that you rarely open? Is a half-finished quilt stuffed in your closet, with all the pieces waiting for your return? Do you have unfinished poems, a partial scrapbook, collage materials, old watercolor sets, or perhaps one or two musical instruments stashed away somewhere that . . . → Read More: Are Your Creative Projects Stalled?