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The Daily Practice

You’ve learned a lot about a lot of different things. You’ve sought the gems hidden within scriptures, esoteric and mystic channelings, educational texts, novels of fiction, memoirs and autobiographies, and the endless stream of podcasts, videos and films.

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auteur

creativity thrives on an openness and innocence (or perhaps wilful ignorance) – a trust in the unknown and the anticipation of the unexpected – as well as a certain level of restriction, pressure, or limitation: a time constraint, a budget limit, an equipment or materials limit, inexperience, weather conditions, client preferences, mercury or mars in retrograde, etc.

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practice

the idea that “practice makes perfect” is flawed and untrue. pratice makes fluid; it enables flow, muscle memory, ease and confidence. it invites intuition and insights. it takes you past thinking into presence, focus, and elevated consciousness…

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