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Artist's Way Week 12: Recovering a Sense of Faith

Artist’s Way Week 12: Recovering a Sense of Faith

By Ian James Cattanach | February 8, 2021

Guide to Julia Cameron’s Artist’s Way Week 12: Recovering a Sense of Faith – Thanks for tuning in! See you in the next course! Topics Covered and Books Listed: “Adventures don’t begin until you get into the forest. That first step is an act of faith – Faith is a hijacked word Motivation – Creativity … Read more

Artist's Way Week 11: Recovering a Sense of Autonomy

Artist’s Way Week 11: Recovering a Sense of Autonomy

By Ian James Cattanach | February 8, 2021

Guide to Julia Cameron’s Artist’s Way Week 11: Recovering a Sense of Autonomy Topics Covered and Books Listed: Why money does not validate art – Self-respect comes from doing the work Releasing one awesome piece of creative work to the world will separate you from 99% of people One idea is to do one project … Read more

Artist’s Way Week 10: Recovering a Sense of Self-Protection Guide

By Ian James Cattanach | February 8, 2021

Guide to Julia Cameron’s Artist’s Way Week 10: Recovering a Sense of Self-Protection Topics Covered and Books Listed: Dangers of the trail “Witness to the Fire: Creativity and the Veil of Addiction” How food, sex, and drugs alleviate the fear but keep you stuck. We give our neck to addictions (Dracula) Addicts refuse to live … Read more

Artist’s Way Week 9: Recovering a Sense of Compassion

By Ian James Cattanach | February 8, 2021

Guide to Julia Cameron’s Artist’s Way Week 9: Recovering a Sense of Compassion Topics Covered and Books Listed: Fear – “Blocked artists are not lazy. They are blocked” Improving your relationship with the creative projects you pick – Ditching discipline for aligned work Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami The power of a spiritual commitment Carlos … Read more

Artist’s Way Week 8: Recovering a Sense of Strength

By Ian James Cattanach | February 5, 2021

Guide to Julia Cameron’s Artist’s Way Week 8: Recovering a Sense of Strength Topics covered include: How to handle criticism The problem with teachers, editors, mentors and parents Why not to attend a creative writing program The reasons why academia sucks! How to take small steps after a setback Beating excuses about being to old … Read more

Artist’s Way Week 7: Recovering a Sense of Connection

By Ian James Cattanach | February 3, 2021

Guide to Julia Cameron’s Artist’s Way Week 7: Recovering a Sense of Connection Topics Covered and Books Listed: Fredrich Schelling Creating artistic flow Perfectionism deep dive Being Judged Risk Taking Eddie Would Go Brene Brown Non-Violent Communication Karol Truman

Artist’s Way Week 6: Recovering a Sense of Abundance

By Ian James Cattanach | February 3, 2021

This weeks chapter explores “Recovering a Sense of Abundance” – Topics Covered Include Our relationship with God How to make money as an artist Artistic luxury

Artist’s Way Week 5: Recovering a Sense of Possibility

By Ian James Cattanach | January 26, 2021

This weeks chapter explores “Recovering a Sense of Possibility” – Topics covered include How we all suffer from cosmic abandonment issues – The problem with religion/atheism and creativity – How to tap into your creative flow – The virtue trap all artists experience – Easy and Effective Affirmations – Why time isn’t real – How … Read more

Never Let Me Go Review – Kazuo Ishiguro Course

By Ian James Cattanach | January 26, 2021

A conscious review and analysis of Nobel Prize winner Kazuo Ishiguro’s most well-known work “Never Let Me Go.” Older unreleased video from the start of Conscious Writers Tribe 🙂

Still Life With Woodpecker by Tom Robbins: Review and Analysis

By Ian James Cattanach | December 17, 2020

This conscious book review of Tom Robbin’s novel “Still Life With Woodpecker” dives into the books anarchastic themes, Disney fairytales, true love, meta-fiction plots, and how to stand out as an author!

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