Wildness, beauty and surrender: The power of our creativity
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As we continue our Aries season journey with the qualities and concepts associated with fire, Ceryn invites you to consider the power of your own creativity.
So often we're told that creativity is a label which references only a limited number of activities, all associated with beauty and art, all of which are considered a "waste of time" unless we are "good" at or able to make money with them.
But to see the force of creativity through such limited terms is to rob them - and us - of the power that creativity has to offer to us, our lives and the world.
From beauty to wildness, Ceryn surrenders the structure of this one to her creativity and invites you to consider the power of your own creative force along the way.
- As Ceryn prepares to launch the Divine Feminist Community, this week's episode comes with a sneak peek of what you can expect from that source. Head to the website to access a free pack of materials like those you can expect when the community goes live!
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- In this episode Ceryn references the work of her friend, artist and writer Gizem Evcin. Visit Gizem's website to learn more about her work and sign up for her beautiful Re-enchantment Letters.
- Ceryn also refers to the artwork of friend and listener Ameara, which can be viewed over on Instagram.
- A third friend with some great insights on this subject is astrologer Allison, who shares insights and wisdom about the creative process in association with astrology and the planetary cycles as @conjuringthemuse.
- Two fantastic books on the subject of creativity are:
- Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
- The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron
- And remember, to keep up with the latest from Ceryn and the podcast follow @divine.feminist on Instagram.
- Music is Start again, copyright Alex (2014), sourced through YouTube and available to hear in full here.