How many of you meditate?
It’s a practice we’ve started building into our family evenings each night, and something I hope to one day be good at. Meditation is good for managing anxiety, depression, stress. It’s also good for learning to be open to new ideas and people who may be threatening to our own ideals.
And really, that’s what being a creative is all about. Being open.
I recently did a virtual creativity retreat with Creative Wellness Retreats, and our creativity coach, Kerry Schafer, led us through a guided meditation, but at the end, she did something I wasn’t used to.
She geared the meditation toward our creative projects.
I started the meditation not feeling excited about my project because I’d hit a bit of a wall, and by the end of the meditation I’d not only found renewed energy for the story, but for the entire creative process.
That particular meditation was two days ago, as of this writing, and I’m still feeling the positive effects. And it took less than 5 minutes.
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