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It’s a Blue Moon January!

Did you know that January has two full moons? Full moons are rich with light that fill up an otherwise dark night sky. There’s a magic quality about them – that sparks the light within us. And when we get a double dose of full moon energy – which is often referred to as a […]

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Play, Explore, Discover

As a certified creativity coach and life purpose alchemist, I work with divinely-inspired artists and writers on their creative process, helping them sort through their many ideas so they can choose a project that’s fully aligned with their life’s work and their bigger authentic vision. A lot goes into the creative process, from idea to planning […]

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Using Vulnerability as a Measure of Courage

Being a spiritual artist involves taking creative risks. We’re often putting ourselves out there for the world to see – through our words, our art, and our creative endeavors. Some will love our work while others may not. But that’s okay. We’re not here to please everyone. We’re here to serve our creative purpose in the best […]

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How Does the Full Moon Inspire Your Creativity?

For many centuries, the moon has inspired thousands of beautiful stories, songs, dances, paintings, and poems. Through its many phases, it has served as a muse in a variety of ways. What is it about the moon that stirs our innermost thoughts and inspires our deepest creativity? This poem written by Mark Heard, first appeared […]

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How Does Play Factor into the Creative Process?

As a certified creativity coach and life purpose alchemist, I work with divinely-inspired artists and writers on their creative process, helping them sort through their many ideas so they can choose a project that’s fully aligned with their authentic vision. A lot goes into the creative process, from idea to planning to implementation to completion. And […]

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