[box options]Your creativity flourishes when you stop blaming others for not creating.[/box]
It’s you who created.
It’s you who did not create.
Not a muse. Not a spirit. It’s you.
I believe in a muse (of sorts). I really do.
I believe you need to position yourself for your creativity, and I believe that you need to create a safe environment for your creativity to flourish.
But when happens when it doesn’t flourish?
Do you stop creating?
Did your ‘muse’ fail you?
Should you just wait for the muse to strike again (or not)?
The problem with believing whole-heartedly in the muse is this: it’s an easy out.
As artists, we can quite easily be ruled by our feelings. If our feelings say “we have no inspiration, no muse, no hope,” we can easily give up. Continue reading “Redefine the Muse: Who’s Responsible for Your Creativity?”