The Soul Of Creativity with Oriah Mountain Dreamer

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In our culture it's considered appropriate to let creativity take a back seat to other perceived priorities. However, Oriah Mountain Dreamer believes creativity is a necessary part of an engaged and fulfilling life, and a valuable key to our spirituality. We often feel self-indulgent when we take time out for self-expression, but she helps us recognize why it's one of the most important things we do all day. She explains, "Whether we write or paint or dance or compose, we are making meaning from the events of our lives, and that feeds our souls and shows us who we are." As a much loved author and teacher, Ms. Mountain Dreamer shares many techniques that will make it easy to for you to let creativity become part of your daily practice. She explains how to effortlessly produce better work than you believed was possible, and offers ways to use time and space to find your muse - on the way to finding your soul. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)

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Oriah Mountain Dreamer is a visionary, an author and a teacher, who speaks at conferences and retreats throughout the United States and Canada.

Her books include:

  • The Invitation (HarperSanFrancisco 1999)
  • The Dance: Moving to the Rhythms of Your True Self (HarperSanFrancisco 2001)
  • The Call: Discovering Why You Are Here (HarperSanFrancisco 2003)
  • What We Ache For: Creativity and the Unfolding of Your Soul (HarperSanFrancisco 2005)  

To learn more about the work of Oriah Mountain Dreamer go to www.oriahmountaindreamer.com.

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • How you can use ritual to unleash your creativity
  • Why having more free time won't give you more time to write or paint or sing
  • What risks you may incur when you engage your creativity
  • Why the quality of your work will improve when you lower your standards
  • How "empty time" can resolve your most stubborn dilemmas
  • Why creative people often have messy houses
Host: Justine Willis Toms      Interview Date: 4/6/2005      Program Number: 3086