Many people place an incredible amount of importance on New Year’s Eve / New Year’s Day. Yet this time of year is a good opportunity to assess and reflect on life and to get clear about your creative and writing goals.
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Doing less to do more is key to harnessing winter magic and the tremendous amount of power that the darker months, the time before and after the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere.
Autumn is the season of the metal element, a great time to get inspired and to let go of what isn’t working, including negative self-talk and old stories about your creative self. Gain insight on the metal element from acupuncturist, healer, and coach, Marie Bowser.
Harnessing the Energy of Yin (Water) and Yang (Fire) to Balance Your Creative Energy by Marie Bowser
Discover tips to engage with the extroverted, fiery energy of summer that can make it hard to tap into the quiet, productive, depths of our creative energy many writers (and anyone with big plans or projects) needs to get work done — by acupuncturist and energy coach, Marie Boswer.
Got COVID Writer’s Block? Get your Creativity Back with the Wisdom of the Five Elements by Marie Bowser
Have you been thinking “Wow! With the shelter-in-place I have all this extra time on my hands, now is my chance to pound out a work of creative genius!”? But then, when you sit down to the computer you’re feeling creatively stuck? Look to the Five Elements for help.
This post is about the expanding paradigm. Our world is changing, there is no doubt about that. I acknowledge and bow to all the pain and suffering happening in the world. There is also...
Do you ever wonder if your to-do list is ever going to be done? Do you catch yourself saying, “Someday…” and then go right back to your daily hustle? If your answers are yes,...
The origins of creativity have been debated over the years. But creativity and it’s muse has always been necessary for the artist.
It’s the perfect time for authors to set goals for the new year. It’s a chance to share what you’ve done or try something new and to add plenty of reading to your goals.
Most writers experience writer’s block. And while it may feel like it’s all in your head, there are some real ways to discourage it from mucking up your writer’s life, so you can get back to what you love.