I thought of how useful it would be to share musehacker knowledge (especially the ever-useful “how-to’s” and was surprised that no one else really has!
So then I had all these plans for writing cool and useful blog posts on Musehacking.
And then I choked.
And I didn’t write anything. For weeks on end.
Once upon a time, it was thought that the Muses were fickle. You had to wait for them to show up, mystically invoke them to try to get them to show up, and serve them to your utmost ability lest they leave you for another artist (creative, maker, entrepreneur, etc.).
While it is true that Muses must be served, fickle they are not.
Musehacking explores ways to have the Muse show up whenever you need her.
And that results in more creativity, more flow, more productivity, more focus, less fear, less doubt, better decision-making and less resistance. Which means better work and greater success. Find out more!
Blessing for Those Who are Exhausted – a poem by John O’Donohue
The purpose of art is to take the senses on a journey back to the source of perception, which is pure Awareness. - Rupert Spira Nature, too, is a source of awakening our senses and hearkening us back to our Wild Souls. Think back to the last time you were outside in...