Tag Archives: Creativity

From Marie-Louise von Franz

By grabbing their own fantasies and pulling them too eagerly into the light of consciousness and by interpreting them at once with too much intensity, many people destroy their secret inner life. Creativity sometimes needs the protection of darkness, of … Continue reading

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From C. G. Jung

Today I can say that I have never lost touch with my initial experiences. All my works, all my creative activity, has come from those initial fantasies and dreams which began in 1912, almost 50 years ago. Everything that I … Continue reading

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From John O’Donohue

When you cease to fear your solitude, a new creativity awakens in you. Your forgotten or neglected wealth begins to reveal itself. You come home to yourself and learn to rest within. Thoughts are our inner senses. Infused with silence … Continue reading

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Pragmatism

One night recently I woke up–suddenly, anxious about the future and my honest abilities to actually do this work. I took a breath, noticed the tension in my body, and focused my attention on some truths. The truth is, I … Continue reading

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Doubt

Starting my own business is something I have never done before. It is one thing to go to work and have the frame of an ongoing business, and a job carved out and defined for me. But this is creating … Continue reading

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