You may not think of yourself as creative, but there is more to creativity than drawing or painting. Creativity is as much about problem solving as it is about invention.
One of the biggest myth about creativity is that you need to be in the “mood”. The right frame of mind is not what is going to make you creative. The most important thing about having a creative life is not the mastery of a skill, or a thorough knowledge of whatever it is you want to create. The single most important factor for a creative life is scheduling time. Regular time.
Creativity is like a muscle. You need to exercise it regularly and the more you do this, the more creative your life will be.
Created by Meg Welchman – psychologist and author of 'This Present Moment - An Art Therapy Journal' – and including plenty of guest speakers explaining their own creative processes, Creative Mindfulness provides fun, insightful, easy lessons, grounded in positive psychological theory, that explore what it means to be creative and how to bring more creativity into your life.
Creative Mindfulness will help you;
• apply the principles of mindfulness to your projects,
• remove creative blocks,
• learn divergent thinking techniques,
• plan your time for maximum creativity… and more!
Join us for 10 days of fresh thinking and simple activities to stimulate your creativity.
You can join anytime and work at your own pace!