Creative Renaissance

Can you imagine what the world would be like if everyone were a little more creative? If we all added just a little more creativity into our lives?


I see that world. I see a renaissance in the arts, a flourishing of socially conscious business, a world where people are fulfilled and happy and more in touch with their higher selves. A world where people are contributing their own unique gifts and talents with passion and grace… a world that “works!”


When we engage in a creative activity and lose ourselves in that “creative flow,” we are accessing the spiritual part of ourselves, our soul, our creator, God, Holy Spirit, or whatever you want to call it. And, If more and more people make this connection more often, things can’t help but get better in our world!


We at Art of the Song are dedicated to this vision. Through radio, presentations, workshops, and individual coaching, we help people express their creativity. We remind them that they are creative individuals at heart. Yes, some of us may have forgotten that basic truth, but with a little guidance and inspiration, it’s easy to get in touch with our creative selves. This is what we do; this is our mission.


Some people may be drawn to the arts, some may be inclined towards business or law, but whatever we do––if we do it with passion––we access that creative side of our selves. It’s really about integrating right and left brain thinking, bringing the “soul” into the analytical. Bringing our whole consciousness to bear in whatever we do.


We’re going through a transition in our world right now. The economic situation is forcing us to re-examine our priorities. Old ideas and forms are breaking down, slipping away. Businesses that operate on the old paradigm of greed and success at the expense of others will not survive. If you look at history, you’ll see that many great civilizations were preceded by a very dark period. This is where we are right now. Things may be difficult for many, but there has never been greater opportunity, greater hope.


Creativity is contagious. Just like laughter. The benefits are real. Join us in spreading the creative message. Help us all move into the Creative Renaissance!


~ by John Dillon on May 2, 2009.

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