Which is most you?
A. You strongly suspect that there's more to you and to your creativity.
B. "I don't have a creative bone in my body!" you say. You have proof! You are jovial about it. But deep down - when and if you looked - you would likely come across disappointment and a wish that it wasn't true.
C. You are familiar with that 'stuck, at a standstill in life' feeling. (Great news, because it may entice you to the edge of your comfort zone, where creativity lives.)
D. Sometimes you just wish you were more creative!
Chances are, if any of these apply, then the way your brain is currently wired is holding your creativity (and you) prisoner.
How did we disconnect from our birthright of creativity? As very young children we lived in a state of curiosity and creativity most of our waking hours. As life happens, brain patterning happens and soon we have many, many ready answers (or habits) and much of our daily life rolls efficiently over into automatic. (Which is good in very many ways.) However, when the questions slow down or stop, so does creativity. And losing strong connection with your creativity can leave you feeling like some of the excitement of life is missing.
Facilitator, Jan Cross, with participants' works
"Somehow you teach without teaching. It's magical! We are so fortunate to have come across your amazing teaching techniques." ~ Sonya & Aly Sabri
"I am amazed at the rate of growth over such a short time." ~ Mark Davis
"I found it like learning a new language, a new way of expressing myself. I feel like I had a whole text inside, but squashed, and now I find the means of actual expression and creativity. I really want to expand this adventure. For me it is very exciting. Like a whole new world opened." ~ Vi F.
Participants in Extraordinary Mind Project courses will tell you that being bowled over by unexpected talent that emerges during a deep flow state changes everything!
Partly because you are shocked (or at least very surprised!): "Oh, my goodness, I had no idea I could do that!"
And partly because it seems so completely natural. It occurs as some new truth about you!
You see yourself and your possibilities in a whole new light… and like what you see!
A natural flow on effect also brings more life and expressiveness to other creative interests that you may have.
"It's an amazing thing. In my case, the start of a new world! It has created side effects and I see things in a different perspective!" ~ Rob Baccala
Flora has gone on to apply this information in her school teaching.
Terry has written 30 or 40 songs: "I can't stop the flow!"
Leave your 'to do' list behind and be in the world in a different, 'unstuck' way.
This is the place to slip past some conditioning into 'sit up straight!' new possibilities.
1. Simple step-by-step brain-aware drawing exercises
Relax. We are not about producing 'acceptable looking' drawings. Rather: way beyond 'acceptable'! ... those drawings that seem to happen themselves when you are being so involved in the process that there is no room for worry!
2. Some practical information about the mechanics of the brain and how to work with it to strongly access the creative flow state.
There is magic available for getting past conditioning and opening up a space in which you can easily re-connect with your patiently waiting hidden creativity!
3. Understanding how you have created the amazing transformation in your drawing so that you can repeat the process at will.
Take the understanding and tools and explore your drawing further, or use them to light up your life in other areas of interest to you.
"This provides you with the tools and brain knowledge, and the permission, to explore your own creative abilities." ~ Murray Dean
Startlingly improved drawing is just the beginning!
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Extraordinary Mind Project Exhibition of participants' achievements, The Undercroft, UWA - opened by then Minister for Culture and the Arts, the Hon. John Day
© Jan Cross 2019