|Get your crayons out and play.|
Connecting to my own creativity has had a major impact upon my life. In fact, if I had not connected to my inner source, I would never be making art. It was because I practiced my creativity, years ago, in any means available to me in the moment, that the painting urge bubbled up from within me. It was so strong, I had to answer its call.
What are the inner urgings bubbling up from within you? Do you practice your creativity on a regular basis? Are you aware that creativity exists within you?
Tips on How to Be More CreativeBelow are a few tips on how to be more creative. Also, consider signing up and taking advantage of my Free Teleseminar recording or the Free Video Series. Learn more about those below.
- Do things differently just for the sake of rewiring your brain neurons. New neurons = new ways of seeing the world = having new results in your life.
- Take a different route to the grocery store, work, or any other place you go on a regular basis.
- Add a new spice to your recipe.
- Try a new recipe.
- Make up your own recipe.
- Mix up that stodgy wardrobe. Wear a different top than your old standby with your selected pants or skirt.
- Make up your own, "let's do it differently this time" way to do something.
- FREE Teleseminar where you can learn about numerology, creativity, and intention.
- FREE Video Series where you can learn about numerology, creativity, and intention.
- REGISTER for the 5-Week Workshop: Ignite and Discover 2015 and go straight for the full bounty of learning how to be more creative and access the innate abundance that is yours in 2015.
- The Life and Death of a Neuron.
|Register for the 5-Week Workshop: Ignite & Discover 2015|
|Sign up for the FREE Teleseminar recording.|
|Sign up the FREE Video Series.|
Registration is now open for our 5-Week Ignite and Discover 2015. It closes on Jan. 31. Early Action-Takers price is available until Jan. 28, 8 pm MST.
Until Next Week
|Brianna Rush (Mary Rush Gravelle)|
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About the author: Mary Rush Gravelle is an artist and writer who resides in Sedona, Arizona with her beloved cat, Sir Kitty.