Category Archives: Creativity & Writing

Writing God

As I was considering which poem to share this morning, I noticed that the word god was in almost every poem I was considering. God is a loaded word, and one I was not comfortable with for many years.  Even now, it’s … Continue reading

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Write to Heal, Write to Save the World

There are many experts and much advice for writers: do this, don’t do that, make yourself, don’t let yourself. And while I am sure that these words are well-meant and work for some, I would like to offer a different … Continue reading

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Creating Heaven on Earth: Calling All Artists

Creativity is, and has always been, the purest expression of our divinity. When we create, whether in words, or music, or stone, or science, we give Spirit a voice, a body, a momentary incarnation. For those who are not conscious of … Continue reading

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See to Write: An Exercise for Psychic Writers

Try this, if you so choose. Pick an object, any object, from those that surround you. A piano bench, a feather, an old book, a tree: you choose the item, or let it choose you. If the object is small … Continue reading

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Want To Change Your Life? Write Your Book

I am writing a book.  Have written it, in fact, and the world can go to Amazon and buy it. People ask me, “What’s your book about?” and I tell them. But I don’t tell them that it’s really about … Continue reading

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Writer’s Block? Or Something Else?

How is your creativity flowing?  Are you creating, or stuck? Do you share your work, or are you convinced that it’s not worth sharing? Creativity is our divine birthright, and writer’s block is just a message from Spirit that something … Continue reading

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Creating God

The purpose of our creativity is to remind us of, and reunite us with, our divinity. It is as if God, whatever mysterious metaphysical construct that name represents, as if god took a piece of his/her own light and offered … Continue reading

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