The Psychology of Inspiration - Part II
Last time we spoke about inspiration and taking the freedom to experiment. It is great to let the soul fly, and be touched by many things around us.
However, in the process of creating a truly genuine artwork, there is also the question of how close we are to our deepest core. The one that is truly, unaltered, unlimited us. It's all right to set an intention to honor an earlier point of inspiration.
If we trust our inner voice, it will lead us somewhere deeper within us. And it might turn out completely different at the end, yet it is a true essence of letting all intentions go, and basically allowing the artwork to create itself. Trusting our intuition leading our hand. Afterwards, we might look back to our initial intention, and ask what all it brought for us.
Just for fun. So let's be honest, we all need inspiration. It's a blessing, a slight lift up to the spirit, opening our hearts to admire all that is around us. Because lifting up and letting it all in is where the whole creation process starts... I'd love to show you how it works in practice, and give you a "lift up", so that you can learn how to fly among your own stars, by your own wings!