The Crazy Unexpected Places You Find Daily Inspiration – Daily Quote

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Inspiration and creativity are indelibly linked. Inspiration materializes from the ether, exploding like St. Elmo’s Fire. The event is awe-inspiring, and it forges a connection to powerful energies and the motivation to create. You emerge with certainty, clarity, and a vision. A concept to launch your project, intuition on how to proceed or a novel way to complete your task is the product of your transcendental experience.

Recreating the encounter is an exercise in futility, and chasing it makes it more elusive. When I hit a wall, the best solution is to step away from my screen and do something else. I have a laundry list of preferred activities. I shovel snow, do yoga, walk outside, indulge in a hot bath, or brew a pot of coffee to sip with fresh baked red velvet cake. Ideas have struck while weeding, crocheting, arranging a bouquet, listening to the wind dancing in the trees, and feeling the sun warm my skin.

Some writers report success with reading, finding quiet moments, immersing themselves in nature, or engaging in other creative pursuits. I have discovered taking risks helps me tap into my source. I often start a new project without knowing what I am doing. By creating high failure potential, I cause the cosmos to take notice. The payoff comes when a story appears, the entire piece written in my mind before my fingers ever touch the keyboard. The common thread is a willingness to let go, play, and consider possibilities hidden within the realm of the seemingly impossible.

Where do you find inspiration?

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Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

6 thoughts on “The Crazy Unexpected Places You Find Daily Inspiration – Daily Quote

  1. I appreciate learning something of your process and am thankful for your sharing it. I like the non-prescriptive nature of the tasks you might take on to find inspiration. You call it a laundry list, which got me thinking, yeah, inspiration could come from doing laundry. I also admire the risk element you speak of. Take on a project without knowing what will happen. And look forward to something happening. Sounds just right.

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