Go Creative! Morning Flow Practice: Practice Is Always Possible

Each Monday through Thursday, first thing in the morning I facilitate a Go Creative! Morning Flow Practice session in our closed Facebook Group: Go Creative! in Business.

And each Thursday I share one session from that week publicly on the blog, so you can try it and see if it’s helpful to you.

The idea is that a group of us meets live first thing in our morning (7.30am London time) to practice but you can join us by clicking into a replay from wherever you are, whenever it’s “first thing in the morning” for you.

We take half-an-hour or so before the day begins to heighten our awareness of creative flow, which is always there for us, though we’re not always there for it. And brings that into their work (and rest and play) for the day.

We do two practices: Inspiration meditation and F-r-e-e-writing, both specifically designed for busy, creative minds. You can find guidelines here that explain the practices here but the instructions are simple and you should be able to follow along without them.

Being creative is never about reading or thinking; it’s about feeling and doing. And the only way to learn creative practice of any kind is by doing it.

The benefit of our flow practice is cumulative. No one day is ever that significant. What is important is to show up, often. That’s how you prove to yourself that the creative dimension is important to you.

While I facilitate the space, and we do the same rituals each day to open that space, each person who joins in generates their own unique experience, each time. It’s always the same, it’s never the same.

The practice is exclusively offered to the Go Creative! in Business Facebook Group, where we also set weekly creative intentions and support each other in in other ways.

If you’re in our Facebook group, you’ll find past replays in the “Units” section. If not, you’d be most welcome to join us.

This morning’s creative flow practice was on the theme of:

PRACTICE IS ALWAYS POSSIBLE

You’ll need a pen and paper and a place where you won’t be interrupted for about half an hour.

Enjoy!

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