and creativity can also elude me. Consistent with the popularly
practiced bad habits of the masses, I can be inconsistent, distracted,
lack follow-through, resist my good intentions, fold under pressure and
comparison, procrastinate, fear I am wasting my time and my money, doubt
myself, use cruel and unusual self-talk to sabotage both my spiritual
and creative progress.
on the other hand, when I partake in simple, creative adventures
designed to be easy, irresistible and amusing, I more easily move past
bad habits and acquire the same spiritual merits that bestow happiness. Remove the pressure and ask, How can I make this fun?
discover that even as an imperfect human there ARE ways to maintain
consistency, create habits of follow-through, persist without pressure,
translate comparison to something more comfortable, and learn, little by
little to trust the process and believe in myself.
I do this in creative style: making associations, connections, altering
reality, waxing imaginatively, beginning small and imperfect, and
grooming an individual authenticity that lifts me out of the doldrums of
convention, the contagion of cowardice, and the prevalence of blind
cooperation to a small set of predilections, indefinable adventures
carry me down a river of a timelessness, agelessness, it's a struggle
free journey and I enter a territory of abundant bliss.
This is the province of Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching.