Creative Genius - a blog about finding & unleashing your inner magic – tagged "podcast"
Are you trying to access your creativity? Get back touch with creativity? Find ways to become more creative? Or maybe you want to deepen creativity? The Creative Genius Blog offers insights & ideas for getting creatively unstuck so you can find and unleash your creativity. May it be exactly what you need to hear today.
Juliette Crane, a renowned painter, writer, and creative educator from Wisconsin, shares her creative journey, themes in her artwork, and the connection between creativity and healing. She emphasizes the importance of embracing creativity to overcome false beliefs and societal dysfunctions. Juliette talks about her struggles and challenges on her artistic path and the role of intuition in her creative process.
In this episode of the Creative Genius Podcast, host Kate Shepherd has a captivating conversation with writer James Miller, the mastermind behind the immensely popular micro-fiction series, A Small Fiction. James shares his journey of starting the series, committing to daily writing for eight years, experiencing significant shifts, and ultimately gaining a massive readership and a publishing deal. The episode explores the profound connection between creativity and personal growth, highlighting the power of creative expression in processing emotions such as anxiety and depression.
In this remarkable episode, I invite you to join me on a transformative journey as we dive into the six core elements that have consistently emerged in these conversations, offering a roadmap for sparking your own creativity fuelled life transformation. Through insightful clips from past episodes and my personal reflections, we'll navigate these elements with intention, empowering you to unleash your true creative essence, and live the highest and best version of yourself.
Get out your tissues and your journals and prepare your heart to grow at least a full size - this conversation with Le Cordon Bleu trained chef, Clinical Hypnotherapist and Author, Carmen Spagnola makes a powerfully beautiful episode.
We talk healing trauma, making ourselves available to receive, and about her truly beautiful new cookbook, The Spirited Kitchen, Recipes and Rituals for The Wheel of the Year, (which by the way is so much more than recipes for food)
It's natural to experience ups and downs in life, especially when it comes to personal, emotional, and spiritual growth. After a heart-opening experience, it's common to feel a sense of contraction, exhaustion, and even wobbliness. During these times, it's important to take care of yourself and provide self-care. I wanted to share with you some of the things I do to take care of myself when I feel the wobbles coming on.