To succeed in conscious creation, — turning a wish, want or creative intention into a lived experience — you need to understand creative psychology.
Creatives — and creativists — often define success differently and work from different values and intentions to those promoted by the conventional world. We each have our own version of what success looks and feels like for us.
In this show, I’m talking about the psychological underpinnings of conscious creation: an understanding of the difference between “con-state” (surface, head-centred thought) and “create-state” (deeper, soul-centred action); the importance of a can-do attitude to creativity; and the seven stages of the creative process.
These three form the framework that help you harness the power of the create-state.