The Back of the Book: Have you ever longed to be able to draw or paint, write or compose music? With The Artist’s Way you can discover how to unlock your lative creativity and make your dreams a reality.
The Artist’s Way provides a twelve-week courses that guides you through the process of recovering your creative self. It dispels the ‘I’m not talented enough’ conditioning that holds many people back and helps you to unleash your own inner artist. It’s step-by-step approach enables you to:
- Start out on your own path to creativity
- Dissolve the barriers that are preventing your creative impulse from finding expression
- Use your rediscovered talents in whatever way you wish
- Learn that it is never too late to start fulfilling your dreams.
The Artist’s Way helps demystify the creative process by making it part of your daily life. It tackles your self-doubts, self-criticism and worries about time, money and the support to pursue your creative dream. It has already helped thousands of people to uncover their hidden talents – it can help you, too.
NotJustLaura’s Comments: After 70-odd pages, it is time for Julia Cameron and I to part company. I’ve never been particularly comfortable with 12-step spirituality and that is the approach Ms Cameron takes in The Artist’s Way. From the four chapters I have read, I’ve picked up the ideas of Morning Pages and Artist’s Dates and I’ve chosen an affirmation to work with. The rest has left me scratching my head and feeling very uncomfortable as I try to persuade myself to work with the ideas. I am very sure that trying to force this square peg into that round hole will not be helpful to me and could even be damaging so it’s time to move on. I’m feeling rather disappointed as I’d wanted to work through the book for such a long time but it is clearly not for me.