That inner critic can be a tough nut to crack. It unloads all kinds of untruths that, when we fail to see them for what they are, limit our creative expression. What exactly is the inner critic?
Sooner or later in our creative endeavors, we’re likely to run into challenges and roadblocks.
As we continue our exploration of the creative process, we are reminded that it is indeed a process – a natural unfolding that can only take place one step at a time.
Walt Disney’s fabulous imagination gave us Mickey Mouse, the first cartoons with sound, Disneyland, The Mickey Mouse Club TV show, Disneyworld, a myriad of delightful movies, Pixar and so much more
What we think is what we get. We create our experience through the activity of our thinking.
We are powerful beings, creating our lives with our thoughts, words, and actions! Like all spiritual tools, however, our words can be used to help us or harm us. Let's
Barbara Marx Hubbard, futurist, author and public speaker, observed: “[We] need to understand the magnificent processes that created us and purposefully cooperate with them in planning and designi
Sunday, May 27th, the topic was titled “Committed to Greater Freedom.” Rev.
In our series Finding Yourself in Transition, we’ve explored the importance of acknowledging endings and the experience of wandering in the wilderness - that seemingly barren place between what was