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NBP30: Art + Creative Freedom with Jenny Cavenaugh-Bond

NBP30: Art + Creative Freedom with Jenny Cavenaugh-Bond

In today’s episode we discover how to tap into your innate gift that is “creative genius,” and why it is essential to your well being.  Creativity flows freely through every human being, yet we unwittingly place blocks on this flow of genius in response to the sting of criticism or belittlement we may have experienced early in our life.  These blocks act as a “defense mechanism” against future criticism, but their unfortunate long-term impact hinders our ability to simply enjoying the freedom of expression and its therapeutic benefits.

TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS PODCAST EPISODE:

  • You were born a “creative genius.”
  • Nurturing creativity is essential.
  • Making a mess is actually less of a mess than we perceive.
  • Work with your children to foster and encourage healing through creativity.
  • Creativity is a coping mechanism; embrace it.
  • Let go of the final construct and allow the creativity itself to be the goal.
  • Creativity is a form of self care.
  • Creativity is not just nice to have or a necessity; it is essential!

JENNY CAVENAUGH-BOND SAID:

[clickToTweet tweet=”“We convince ourselves that we can’t be creative.” @InkyPawsArt ft on @brandbysashka #podcast ” quote=”“We convince ourselves that we can’t be creative.” @InkyPawsArt ft on @brandbysashka #podcast “]

[clickToTweet tweet=”“Creativity isn’t the end product; creativity is the process of creating” @InkyPawsArt ft on @brandbysashka #podcast ” quote=”“Creativity isn’t the end product; creativity is the process of creating” @InkyPawsArt ft on @brandbysashka #podcast “]

[clickToTweet tweet=”“When you start to realize that creativity is the process that changes everything.” @InkyPawsArt ft on @brandbysashka #podcast ” quote=”“When you start to realize that creativity is the process that changes everything.” @InkyPawsArt ft on @brandbysashka #podcast “]

[clickToTweet tweet=”“Don’t just write it down; write it down and then paint over it.  You change the story by physically painting over it.” @InkyPawsArt ft on @brandbysashka #podcast ” quote=”“Don’t just write it down; write it down and then paint over it.  You change the story by physically painting over it.” @InkyPawsArt ft on @brandbysashka #podcast “]

[clickToTweet tweet=”“We never stop really working through our emotions. It’s never a done process.” @InkyPawsArt ft on @brandbysashka #podcast ” quote=”“We never stop really working through our emotions. It’s never a done process.” @InkyPawsArt ft on @brandbysashka #podcast “]

HEAR MORE ABOUT JENNY CAVENAUGH-BOND:

Jenny Cavanaugh-Bond is a Mad Scientist, Mixed Media artist and Creative Mentor based in West Yorkshire, UK.

She is the terrified creative’s secret weapon. Helping you to transform fear and overwhelm into tangible art that you love, what’s more; healing your mind, body and soul to boot! Together we will tackle the terror and rebuild your creative confidence so you can indulge in the creative outlet you love.

You can find her up to her eyeballs in paint, paper and glue over at www.inkypawsart.com.

FAVOURITE QUOTE TO SHARE WITH THE WORLD

“What would you do if you weren’t afraid?” Author Unknown

BOOKS YOU SHOULD READ

As a bookworm, just one is very difficult for me – so, I’ve chosen a fiction and a non-fiction book! My  fiction choice is Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Series (ok, so it’s more than one book, but there is no way I can choose from over 30 books that make up the series!)

Non-fiction has to be Tara Mohr – Playing Big. This opened a world of possibilities and helped me to take my own advice.

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