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Re: What do YOU do when creativity dries up?
all good advice
i fell into a similar situation some years ago and found my way out by
simply doing some work. the music is in you, it's always in you and
it's always available to you. it's the higher parts of our minds that
"block" us. i found by simply making a start on something, i was able
to unlock the door and let the creative process take over. the most
important thing is not to worry about it, i think. the more you worry
and the more pressure you put on yourself, the harder it will be to
On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 10:09 AM, Andi Mathoy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> STANDSTILL CAN BE SEEN AS AN IMPORTANT PART OF PROGRESSION.
> this keeps me away from putting too much pressure on myself.
> in fact it is very exciting to be totally empty,
> because that means that something is coming up,
> you don´t know what it is,
> but anything can break into that vacuum at any time,
> in the meantime you can relax or work hard, just as you prefer...