Creative Genius - a blog about finding & unleashing your inner magic – tagged "Trauma"
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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.
Comedian, Philosopher, Joy Sparker & World's Worst Motivational Speaker Rodney Norman joins us to talk about comedy’s powerful role in the healing process, the many benefits of making a fool of yourself and how nobody is really paying that much attention to you anyway so you may as well go do the thing you love doing.
This is one of those episodes that has the power to change the trajectory of your whole life if you happen to be ready for what it is trying to tell you. If you suspect that there is a different, more fulfilling life whispering to you and you are ready to do some reflection, pay close attention to the end of this episode because, i have some homework that will help you begin to tease all this apart and start down your own path of returning to your truest self.
One of my favourite moments though, comes towards the end when I ask her about the possibility of the opposite of inheriting generational trauma existing. We know we can inherit trauma but can we inherit magical wonderful things too? We shared a really tender moment - one where I felt like she was talking to ALL of us. It’s beautiful, uplifting and inspiring. I think you’ll be really moved by it.