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    December 17, 2008
    6:16 PM
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    I just wanted to share that a brand NEW Artist's Way journey based on the book by Julia Cameron will begin on Thursday June 19, 2008 and I thought it would be wonderful if like minded Beliefnet members would come join the fun since as we know the Artist's Way is A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity. It's located at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/The_Artists_Way_Circle

    Azurebreeze
    June 5, 2008
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    We all know inspiration when we feel it. It is a force that enlivens us and activates us to do something-we might dance, sing, paint the house, or envision a new career. We might call an old friend or plan a trip abroad. Whatever the case, doing what we do from a place of inspiration makes all things seem possible. Inspiration sometimes comes out of nowhere, landing unexpectedly in the midst of your life and lifting you out of your habitual mind and into a higher level of seeing. However, we can be more intentional with our relationship with inspiration than just waiting for it to come to us. There are many ways to cultivate its presence, from journaling to scrap booking to visiting with a particularly interesting friend. Finding what inspires you and consciously cultivating it will give you access to new ways of thinking and energy you didn't know you had. Some people find that frequent trips into nature inspire them. Others have a box full of objects-a seashell, an old photograph, or even a collection of rocks-that does the trick. There are as many ways to find inspiration as there are people looking for it. If you already know what inspires you, find a way to incorporate it into your life on a regular basis. If you aren't sure what inspires you, or if it has changed, take some time to think about it. When was the last time you felt the spark of your imagination? When was the last time you acted on an impulse that felt totally right? When we are in the presence of what inspires us, we hear our inner guidance more clearly and we have the energy to follow its cues. If it has been a while since you have been touched by inspiration, you may feel listless and dissatisfied. Know that you can turn things around by remembering what lights you up and bringing that into your life. http://www.dailyom.com/articles/2006/4285.html

    ChillOutCafe
    April 16, 2008
    8:23 PM
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