|LISTENING TO MY UNIQUITY. Our souls long to be heard and expressed. What action will you take today to express uniquity pulsing through your veins? (art by Hallelujah Truth, aka Ruth Schowalter)|
WHAT IS THE DAILY CREATIVE PRACTICE?
THE DAILY CREATIVE PRACTICE is a destination for anyone who is flexing their imaginative muscle with loving persistent daily dedication and wants to share results with other like-minded souls. Whether you are a visual artist, blogger, dancer, poet, lyricist, singer, musician, scientist, entrepreneur, teacher, yogi, knitter, philosopher, or peacemaker, your images, performances, writings, or thoughts are welcome here.
You may not have hit your stride yet in BEING CREATIVE EVERY DAY, but developing and deepening your IMAGINATION is possible through perpetual, loving habitual PRACTICE. Just as you brush your teeth each day or perform any other daily habit, so can you draw that vision, pen that poem, produce that song, play that instrument, express that thought, knit that whimsical structure, construct that idea, and kick your feet up in dance!
WHY PARTICIPATE IN THE DAILY CREATIVE PRACTICE?
I believe that being engaged with your CREATIVITY enlivens you while anchoring you to something profound and meaningful. Your mind, heart, soul—whatever you want to call the ENERGY pulsing in your veins—is magical because it embodies your uniqueness. This “UNIQUITY” longs for embodiment, to be manifested into form so that IT can be carried out by you into the world of others in order for you to make authentic friendships.
Authentic friendships make everyone stronger. It is here in this Facebook group, THE DAILY CREATIVE PRACTICE, that I invite you to share the embodiment of your CREATIVITY so that we might build a warm and supportive online CREATIVE community.
WHAT TO POST INTHE DAILY CREATIVE PRACTICE?
THE DAILY CREATIVE PRACTICE is a place to visit every day and to post the following:
UNIQUITIES: Uniquities consists of your original work: visual artwork, photography, singing, dancing or theatrical performances, gardening endeavors, writing of any kind, designs, interior decoration, baked cakes or cooked dishes, scientific explanations, or teaching methodologies.
STATEMENT ABOUT THE UNIQUITY: Please write a brief-to-long explanation about your uniquity’s post. If we are to build a CREATIVE ONLINE community, we must take the task upon ourselves to ARTICULATE the intentions in our work. This accompanying expression to your post will allow others to consider your intentions when engaging in a heartfelt genuine response.
HOW TO RESPOND TO OTHERS' DAILY CREATIVE PRACTICE?
COMMENTS ON EACH OTHER’S UNIQUITIES: Absolutely respond to each other’s unique work. It is through thoughtful responses that we will build a warm CREATIVE online community. You know that you thrive like a well cared for plant when your IMAGINATIVE work receives recognition. It is through commenting that we gain momentum to do THE DAILY CREATIVE PRACTICE.
REQUEST: Here in THE DAILY CREATIVE PRACTICE, I ask that we not compete with one another; instead, let’s agree to be curious about one another’s work and applaud one another for showing up each day and doing our CREATIVE WORK!
INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES, IMAGES, and LINKS. In addition to sharing your UNIQITIES, I also invite you to connect our CREATIVE ONLINE COMMUNITY with choice ideas and works of others. However, be sure to always explore your own CREATIVE PULSE first. Know that the primary aim of this group is to develop the discipline of YOUR UNIQUE VISION and presence here on this beautiful Earth.
That’s Coffee with Hallelujah! Soul Blog with me and tell me about your daily creative practice! Post your work on the Facebook group page, THE DAILY CREATIVE PRACTICE!
-warmly and authentically yours, Ruth Schowalter, aka Hallelujah Truth, daily creative practitio-ner, visual artist, blogger, dancer, educator
DAILY CREATIVE PRACTICE WILL MAKE YOU MORE AUTHENTICALLY YOU!
|AUTHENTICALLY ME. This is one way I might portray myself. How about you...how do you depict yourself? (art by Hallelujah Truth, aka Ruth Schowalter)|