No matter what your outlet is, you can only work creatively in small bursts. Forcing yourself to write for hours, or to paint all day, or to write a song when it’s just not coming is not only frustrating, it’s COUNTER-CREATIVE. Your juicy little mind needs a time out now and again to be able to do what it does automatically. The river in your brain will naturally take you to where ideas are most fertile. But to do this, you have to stop paddling the canoe.
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Posted in Art, General Art Musings, Music, Photography, Screenwriting, Writing, tagged Aspergers, canoe, crafting, creative flow, Creativity, fine arts, Left Brain, meditation, Music, musicians, paddle your canoe, painting, photographers, Right Brain, screenwriting, Writers, writing, Zumba on July 6, 2010| 5 Comments »