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The Go Creative! Show Episode 3: Creative Writing Is Free-Writing

Creative Writing In the third week of each month, the topic for the Go Creative! Show is creative writing. This week, the first half of the show introduces you to free-writing, a form of expressive, creative writing, and an incredible tool for healing and transformation. F.R.E.E. stands for Fast, Raw, Exact and Easy, and this technique is an excellent way for you to ignite and harness the create-state This week I was also joined by regular contributor Dan Blank, who specialises in helping people turn their creative work into their creative career, and we chatted about what he calls setting goals, and I call setting creative intentions. We look at…

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Though Einstein is most known for his theory of relativity, what brought him to fame first was his explanation of the photo-electric effect, proving that light was both particle and wave. Einstein consciously applied creative skills to the problem by performing “thought experiments” in his head while doing his day job as a clerk. Through the process of vividly imagining what happened to light and why (imagining himself at the head of a light-beam and how it felt), he explained a phenomenon that every other physicist in the scientific community actively avoided as impossible to resolve. His work method: “Although…

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#writers #amwriting #writetip Writers! There’s what your mother, your publisher, your friends and society at large think you do. There’s what YOU think you do. And then there’s what you really do (see below). Read More

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Quantum Creativity

I’m thinking about creative and conventional views of reality this morning, as I’m reading Quantum (by Manjit Kumar).  It’s a great read, about the mind-blowing conundrums at the heart of modern physics and a very human look at the men who brought them to us. Lacking the mathematical language to grasp some of the concepts, I have to take the science in the book very, v..e…r…y… slowly but I’m fascinated by how the quantum worldview supports a creative perspective — much more so than Read More

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Go Creative… With Albert Einstein

Last Time: Go Creative… With Henry Miller “The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. He to whom the emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand wrapped in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed. “The insight into the mystery of life, coupled though it be with fear, has also given rise to religion. To know what is impenetrable to us really exists, manifesting itself as Read More

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Shut Up and Be

Try this.  For one hour a day, every day from now on, resolve to be silent.  To speak only in reply to questions asked of you.  Apart from necessary answers to direct questions, to say nothing. Come on, it’s just one hour. Silence is far more powerful than we generally allow.  Unlike sound – and most everything else in our world – silence cannot be categorised or explained.  It is pure, whole and complete in itself. This discipline of an hour’s silence a day was recommended by Read More

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