Finding Creative Inspiration Part 4: Relaxation

HELLO DEAR! BEHIND THIS NICE ILLUSTRATION THERE IS AN INTERESTING THOUGHT FOR OUR RELAXATION. FOR THESE MOMENTS WHEN WE ARE NOT HOLDING THE PENCILS OR THE PAINT BRUSHES. ENJOY!

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4 productivity

Last week we looked at how the work of others can help us to become creatively inspired. This week we’ll be looking at ways that taking time out from our own work can also stimulate inspiration. Sometimes if you want to be inspired the best thing to do is to just chill out or simply do nothing at all.

As I talked about previously, inspiration is a passive rather than active process. You need to be open for that creative spark to strike you, if you’re buzzing with a million little things there’s simply nowhere for that shiny inspiration fruit to land. Think of it as having a clear, peaceful space in your consciousness for ideas to come into, kind of like a large clearing in a woodland, you need the weather to calm to see the bright sunlight shinning down and hear the birds singing; or a lake with…

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5 responses to “Finding Creative Inspiration Part 4: Relaxation

  1. I’m agree …. you need the weather to calm to see the bright sunlight shinning down and hear the birds singing!!!

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  2. Lovely post. I often meditate and enjoy seeing a woodland with a beautiful calm lake.

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