Hi Creative Friends,
Whoo Hoo. I can't wait for you to see the photos. I am going to finish up my art table and then post the before and after photos.
I am humbled by this experience. I can't tell you how high my resistance was to doing this work. On a scale of 1 to 10, it was pegging out at 10.
One might argue, "What does cleaning/organizing your art table have to do with creativity?"
Easy answer: Everything! When you see the before photos, ask yourself, "Is this a pleasant place I could spend some time being creative?" Heck no! This cluttered, messy desk is a physical block to me being more creative. My not wanting to address it is an emotional block to not being more creative.
This block ultimately prevents me from being fully self-expressed. I don't play, make, fiddle, doodle, or meander at my desk. I avoid, resist, procrastinate.
If you read my earlier post from today when I began, what presented itself was disgust, petulance, annoyance and a determination to get out of my commitment. Classic creative resistance.
When I listened to my Blockhead, it was painful to discover how hard I can be on myself for being human. Who do I think I am? That seems to be BH's default mantra.
Thankfully I have EFT to help me release these limiting beliefs.
I gotta run. I do feel energized and I want to finish my task. Can't wait until next Monday and see what gets done.
Here is the finished project: Yipee. You can click on the photo to enlarge.
Have a creative day!