Do you want to tap into source and create from a place of flow?
Would you like to feel more centered, energized and invigorated?
Do you want to build your creative muscle so you can create prolifically?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then Unlimited Creativity is for you.
Unlimited Creativity is an exercise-based course, where students are continuously supported by highly-trained facilitators through a wide range of exercises designed to train skills in both right and left brain through an array of creativity enhancing techniques.
Creativity cannot be forced, but it can be cultivated. Creativity is about being in flow. Unfortunately, for many people their creative environment is like a desert. If a raindrop of creativity falls in their desert it quickly evaporates. If you nurture it, you can make your creative environment like a rainforest with regular downpour of creativity. This creativity gathers and expands to form creeks and streams and as they flow down they gather until they become rivers and eventually form a raging torrent of creativity and flow.
When you tap into source and allow it to flow, creativity is renewing, energizing, invigorating and exciting. Creation allows you to give birth to possibilities that never existed before.
So how do we summon the rainclouds of creativity? There are many methods that stimulate creativity. Spending time in nature, doing yoga, meditation, painting, doodling, sitting around a campfire… This course is about providing you a stimulating environment, which will allow you to create intentions for what you would like to create and then let the unconscious get to work to start sourcing solutions to you.
The more open you are, the greater this course will be to let magic happen. Creativity does not happen on demand, but it is a muscle that we can work. By opening yourself up and cultivating creativity in a fertile environment, you can raise your awareness and set the stage for it to unfold and manifest when it is ready.
Clinton Swaine, Founder – Frontier Trainings