Creativity and Mindfulness
Being creative can be a sh*t fight. Creative blocks, stress, anxiety, fears, doubts and dreaded procrastination can really hold you back from doing what you love. Not only that, but when your life is chaotic, creativity suffers. Explore who you are and what makes you tick, with this power-packed workshop on all things creativity and mindfulness. You’ll come to understand the factors and mind states that prevent you from producing your best work, with mindfulness tools and practices to kick-start your brain’s juices.
Mindfulness helps the creative process by helping to balance the states of flow and control – a finely-tuned balance that can be different for everyone but is needed to cultivate the type of self expression that produces creative results. Learn how this ancient way of ‘being’ can allow you to open and flourish in ways that unlock your imagination, inspiration and creativity.
If you’re interested in exploring who you are and what your potential is, join us for this jam-packed workshop. Hosted by Mary Hoang, founder of The indigo project, and a specialist in working with individuals in the creative fields and Richard Lucano, creative strategist, composer, electronic producer and founder of YOND, you’ll be guided to the deepest parts of your mind and self as a way to unleash your greatest creative expression.
What you will learn
- Understand why getting your sh**t together is important to increasing creative output
- Explore the fears, doubts and insecurities holding you, and your creativity, back from reaching new heights
- Learn how to take the self-criticism and internal judgments out of the creative process
- Understand how mindfulness can supercharge your life, and your creative practice
- Learn and practice traditional forms of creativity tests to exercise your brain
- Explore who you are as a person and build confidence around your work
Founder and Principal Psychologist of The indigo project
Composer and Strategist of YOND
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Thursday 20th April
33 Foster Street, Surry Hills