Writing Creatively With Spirit

A journey of psychic discovery

Trying to get past writers block

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In the book Walking in This World Julia Cameron suggest that all artists including writers should do something every week that have nothing to do with their art.

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On Tuesday I went shopping for a new pair of sandals in Birmingham city center.

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There was a busking band playing Latin American music. As I danced on the other side of the road the band leader invited me to come and dance with the band.

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‘What the hell’ I thought as I dropped my bags danced to the lambada. He joined me and we provided a light moment for the many passers by. I think I also helped to increase their takings.

 

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Author: predencia

Author of novels Dare to Love and Betrayed www.pennydixon.com poetry anthology Raw www.cymbalspublishing.co.uk and blogger www.writingcreativelywithspirit.com

6 thoughts on “Trying to get past writers block

  1. Lol! Good for you Predencia! What a way to get creative.

  2. Sometimes you just have to lighten up! Was certainly taking myself way too seriously. Thanks for dropping by and commenting.

  3. Was reminded of how we took over the plane on the way back from Peeble’s AHA. We sang always look on the bright side of life from the life of Brian
    I was flying to Dublin this Wednesday
    Enjoy life.
    Predencia when are next off?

    • That was such an amazing day, such an empowering week. I’m off to Barbados on Sunday (17th) I’m looking forward to some concentrated writing time and sorting through some of the spiritual issues that have surfaced recently.

      Hope you enjoyed Dublin.

  4. In Cameroon you were too busy and we could not create time to go dancing. I could imagine how
    you used to enjoy and dance music from your lap top in the corner of the flat. We all miss you.

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