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Release your inner artist and make your mark
A relaxing hypnosis audio to boost your creativity
Does a blank canvas equal a blank mind?
Is your inner artist frustrated, bursting to get out and make a mark?
You'd think a blank canvas was the perfect opportunity to create something new and exciting, pushing your imagination and artistic skills. Why is it that something as innocent as a sheet of paper can become so mind-numbing and intimidating?
Fear stifles creativity
Sometimes the fear preventing your true inner artistic vision from being manifested is due to a type of perfectionism. It can be scary trying to compete with the perfection of nature and that feeling that 'if it's not perfect then it's useless' can stop you fulfilling your potential as an artist.
Of course some self criticism can be a good thing because it can drive you to continually improve, but too much is self destructive.
Artistic inspiration comes from a relaxed, open mind
Artistically, you need inspiration and clear focus to produce great fruits from your art. To be inspired and to have clear vision and focus when you paint or draw, your mind needs to be just right. In fact artistically you need to be in a kind of hypnotic trance to really be the artist you can be.
The every day 'you' needs to stand aside
To produce great art, you need to stand aside and let the art move through you. You need to be a medium or conduit for the artistic impulse and creativity, and to do that you need to be in the right kind of trance state. Too much of your concerns, doubts and self consciousness will pollute the pure state of uninhibited consciousness you need to reliably access to paint great pictures or to sculpt great sculptures.
'Painting is stronger than me, it makes me do its bidding'. Picasso
When you find problems being as artistic as you know you can be it's almost always because the conscious mind has started getting in the way. Trusting your subconscious intuitions more, knowing when enough is enough and a work is complete is so often a feeling rather than a conscious logical and rational thought.
This session will get you feeling more relaxed, confident and sure of your intuitive judgment when releasing your inner artist.
Download Release Your Inner Artist now and enjoy your creativity.
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