Learn Creativity to Better Express Yourself ~ Marita Steffe
Many people do not think that they are creative. This is because the creative spark has been smothered underneath the day-to-day stress of earning a living and not taking any time to explore and develop our passions. You can easily learn creativity to better express yourself. There is creativity in some form within everyone, whether it is a deeply buried urge to use colors or an embedded set of emotions that are stirred by musical notes. Creativity doesn’t just mean painting or creating some kind of art, creativity is letting your mind and your soul be free to wander, to express how you feel in any kind of medium.
There are numerous benefits to getting in touch with your creativity. First and foremost, learning to be creative and freeing your mind to do so enables you to better explore your feelings and express those feelings more clearly … verbally. Creative activity also relieves stress and can help clear your mind of daily stressors making you more relaxed, giving you the ability to sleep or concentrate better afterwards. Learning creativity means getting in touch with the “you” that may be hidden from the rest of the world.
You may not have any training with artistic expression such as painting, but when you hold a brush to a clean piece of paper you may find that your mind knows what it wants to express and the colors you choose, the strokes you make are all straight from your heart. Don’t ever think that finding your creativity means that you have to take classes or training; unless that is what you want to do. You can always allow yourself a private relaxation and stress relieving creative activity that isn’t for anyone else to see or even know about. Your urge to create comes from deep within, and if you don’t let it out to play once in a while, it can affect all sorts of areas in your everyday life. That creative juice is there, but it’s up to you to open the cap and let it out.
Learn creativity to better express yourself verbally, emotionally, physically and visually. Each step you take toward developing your creativity and finding your passions will reflect in your day-to-day life. You will find that you are more relaxed, more open to new ideas and much more creative when it comes to problem-solving and dealing with stressors. Your body will feel healthier, your mind will be clearer and your soul will be free.
Marita Steffe would like to invite you to explore your creativity.
There are times in life where everything feels stuck and stale, especially later in life. Use this time to explore and try something new. If this is of interest to you, visit http://visionandwords.com, where you will find videos, project guides and all kinds of creative inspiration to help get into the creative habit.