Have you ever thought of your “unique set of gifts, talents, and perspective,” as “creativity?”
You are creativity. You are a magical and unique expression.
Creative expression is “life blood,” and fuels all areas of our lives. However, our deep cultural belief in practicality squeezes creative expression out of our lives.
Creating space in your life to express your unique set of gifts, talents, and perspective, could be the most practical choice you ever make.
Creatively expressing myself has lead to a deep sense of well-being which has positively effected every aspect of my life.
Growing up I loved music, drawing, dancing and singing. As a child I never pursued any of these things much beyond required classes and some years of private cello lessons. I also loved sports, and I spent many hours playing and practicing, plus I was “good at sports.” When I went to college, I really wanted to take art classes and I never registered for a class because it wasn’t “practical.” I took an adult education drawing class two years out of college and since then I have taken classes on or created space for: stand up comedy, improv, improvisational singing, drawing, portraits/self-portraits, photography, and writing.