Some time ago, when I was making and eating cookies (Brain relaxed, happy, content), "Cookie Face" emerged. I thought about it (inspired in the moment... but then life, and busy-ness, lol), and put on the back burner the idea of a book with cookies as personalities.
Creative Awareness 1: When an idea/initiative isn't followed up right away it loses its potency. Fast forward to this morning, weeks, months, experiences later "Cookie Face" emerged in another form as a meme instead.
Creative Awareness 2: Being open to possibilities allows creativity to grow in a form you may not have foreseen from the limitations of your thinking in the moment.
Creative Awareness 3: When an idea forgotten returns in another form pay attention to it.
In the meantime, I am working out details for my website's development/purpose to be of greater service to those creatives and those who don't know they are creatives at heart, yet. It is going to take time for development. It's a one step at a time leap of creative faith, into the unfolding form of it.
I've got a bit of travel planned in the fall to facilitate that unfolding direction, and so much more to integrate it all into being, so stay tuned and I will let you know when it is ready to roll out.
Stay true to your self, your deepening creative awareness, and your well being: Start simply, by asking yourself at the start of your day "What do I need?" (Nancy Levin). Listen for your answer: Ie. Do you need a moment, movement, nature, a warm soothing cup of tea, a relaxing bath etc. The answer is your first step to set the tone for your day. Furthermore, a bi-product of serving that need is that the direct channel to creative thought and solutions is most accessible when our mind is relaxed.
(Words to the meme are credited to Michael Neill, author of "Super Coach.")