Step by step, I'm finding my rhythm again. And oh, it feels good. So good. Making space everyday for my creative being, sharing my work, my learnings... it's like diving under the sea again, feeling the cool water caress my skin, knowing it, allowing myself to be a part of the magic of it again. I've been dipping my toe in for the past few years, never quite taking the plunge, feeling instinctively it wasn't the time, but impatient all the while. Wondering when will it ever be, is it lost to me? But no, the collective creative energy is here, right here. Can you feel it? Is it sending tiny tingles through your body? Little signals that your heart is open. And I'm in it now, immersed and free, enjoying exploring it with renewed, wide eyes. And I'm not alone. I see others express it with their hands, or hear it through the power of their beautiful clear voices. Fellow creative spirit across the seas Amy T Won has captured this feeling so beautifully in her latest works featuring whales...
I've never met Amy, but was introduced to her and her work a couple of years ago, and she is one of the creative souls I feel connected to somehow, some way, seeing parallels in our journeying - what I feel she seems to magically capture in her work, and what I express resonates with her. This, I love.
Getting back into the flow for me has been about doing small, gentle moves. I'm not going to do everything at once. I'm not going to be following a marketing power plan, I'm trusting in my abilities and allowing my instinct to take the lead. I am not getting hooked by the collective 'doing' energy. It's there, I see it, but there is no space for it in me now.
I've begun my creative consultations for the season. It's been wonderful to hear from some of you about what amazing creative projects you're working on and learn how I can help and support you through your journey.
I've just listed my workshop for next season which I'll post more about in coming days, there are limited numbers though so if you're keen then I advise to book asap before it's officially announced at the end of this week.
And on Instagram I'm just started a series of posts to showcase the feeds of creative people that I'm currently drawn to - beams of light, I like to call them. Amy is the first in this series, and I look forward to sharing more of what and who is lighting me up these days.