Inner Work for Creative Bravery
In times like these we may all be pulled between the best of times and the worst of times. We are asking how do we draw from our inner wisdom to become our most creative self, to manage the anxieties of not knowing whilst taking the opportunities to be creatively brave?
Drawing from our own experiences and the inspiration of people like Brené Brown, Elizabeth Gilbert, Krishnamurti and Rumi, as well as a range of other poets, philosophers and artists, we offered sessions on what inner work we need to do to be creative. We invited you to reflect on the inner barriers that stop you being creative – in all or any domain of your life, from how we lead and work to how we live and relate, to ourselves and each other. We explored with others how we can work with and/or work through these barriers. These were experiential sessions – using paper, pens, an open mind and a willingness to share your own creative bravery.
On these pages you can find our reflections from these sessions together with resources that you might find helpful.