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Terrified to create something new? I get it, my friend. I’ve been there. Fear is a natural part of the creative process, and one that you are well equipped to overcome. Here are 4 question that will take you from paralyzing fear to creative confidence and freedom.
This question is powerful because it automatically places you in the seat of the observer. Instead of aligning with your emotions and feelings, you begin to take inventory of them. You are more than your mind and body, you are a soul. You are a spiritual being having a human experience. your ability to take inventory of your thoughts feelings and emotions without aligning with them is incredibly powerful.
This is important because we are mind, body, and soul. The way that you choose to talk to yourself effects each part of you on a physical and spiritual level. We will literally have a physiological response to the way we speak to ourselves. This is why self-talk is so important. In moments of fear, speak to yourself with love.
Oftentimes, when our body and mind experience fear, it’s the result of nothing more than habit. Although, it feels like far more than that. The road to becoming more creatively fearless will require you to form new habits, and that can be uncomfortable. It will get easier to move through these moments of fear, but you must replace old habits first and that’s a process.
Did you know you don’t actually have to lift weights to grow stronger. Scientists have found that simply visualizing the activity and doing the motion can increase strength in your body. Wild right? It’s the same thing for creativity. Taking one small step in the direction of your art is going to help build the creative muscle you need to make big moves creatively. Creative confidence is compounding! Give yourself grace, talk to yourself with love, and try to make it fun.
Perhaps the smallest step you can take is sending an email. Perhaps it’s brainstorming a list. Perhaps it’s opening up a Google doc and writing whatever comes to your heart. Whatever the smallest step is, take it. Then, the next day, take one more.
You can do this, my friend. I believe in you!
If this post helped you, or you learned something new, drop me a message in the comments! I love supporting souls on their creative journey.