Blowing the Lid Off of 2008

by jenn on January 27, 2008

in Art,Coaching,Creativity,Expressive Arts Coaching,Expressive Arts Envisioning,Law of Attraction

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While rain drizzled lightly outside, 11 vibrant women gathered for my Dream Box workshop at fellow Lady Launcher and coach/therapist Laura Parker’s Creative Action Center. We christened her lovely office space with positive energy and creativity as the women visioned their goals and collaged colorful dream boxes.

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I love witnessing everyone in their creative process.  In the beginning we discussed  how as successful women we’re so conditioned to have very specific and practical goals (often brought on by others outside ourselves). But by rolling up our sleeves and getting messy, we’re able to tap into our intuition and childlike creativity. Our imagination and right-brain helps us dream big!

One of my favorite parts of the workshop is the show and tell at the end. We get to hear about what each woman is creating in her life and what action she’s taking to continue moving forward. It’s always cool to see how unique everyone’s dreams are and also where there is synergy and opportunity to support one another on their journeys. I can’t wait to see these dreams of health, travel, meaningful connections and creative projects come true!

How are you blowing the lid off of 2008? What creative ways can you tap into your big dreams? And what support do you need to move forward?

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Jessie January 27, 2008 at 11:11 pm

oh, heaven! what a wonderful pile of dream box making materials! you know, i am so glad that i found your blog (or you found mine, or which ever way that worked out) because every time i visit i feel as though i am literally soaking up all the creative and positive energy that is happening here. i love it! 🙂

leah January 29, 2008 at 2:24 pm

jen, this is so cool! i love the name of the center too, “creative action center.” sounds like a great place to be!!

Jamie January 29, 2008 at 4:52 pm

Fantastic! I just love all that creative energy – look at all those colours, shapes and smiles!

Marilyn February 10, 2008 at 5:19 pm

I agree–fabulous! And what a name for a workspace! Looks like a wonderfully creative time.

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