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Does Your Mind Come With a Calmness Switch?

In this post, we continue our exploration of the cognitive technique of “redesigning your mind” as I describe in Redesign Your Mind. In my work as, first, a family therapist, and then as a creativity coach, I’ve paid a lot of attention to the cognitive behaviors and...

Remove That Bed of Nails for Higher Creativity

My new book Redesign Your Mind employs the metaphor of “the room that is your mind” or, more simply, your mindroom. That is such an interesting place, in part because it is the place where our human nature plays itself out. This “playing out” includes the amazing...

Artists, Competition, and Envy

Come check out The Great Creativity Toolkit! Even if an artist is successful, it can be rather hard for him or her to deal with the successes of other. Envy is a powerful problem for creatives; as is our built-in instinct for competition, an instinct that can be...

Let Nature Be Your Muse

Great artists wax lyrical about nature and find nature valuable as muse and as emotional healer. Picasso wrote of going to the forests of Fontainebleau Palace and “gorging on green,” then rushing home to disgorge all that color. Van Gogh remarked that the genius of...

Creativity and Higher Consciousness

Guided visualizations are useful tools and a staple of both the self-help literature and the arsenal of tools that coaches and therapists employ. In today’s post called “Tapping into Your Higher Consciousness,” creativity coach Marj Penley leads us through an...

Get Bigger By Creating!

We may feel small, cramped, and contained, as if we were living in a tight box; or we can create a much more expansive sense of self, one large enough to dream, create, and succeed. In today’s post creativity coach Michele Jennae plays with these ideas in a post...

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