“Think Samuel Beckett meets Mr. Rogers meets Dear Sugar.”
– Portland Mercury
The world needs your creative ideas.
We are living in turbulent times. Challenging times. Daunting times. Now more than ever it is vital to connect with our own creative magic.
I bet that when you were a kid, you loved to dance, or make blanket forts, or climb trees, or draw on walls, or write secret poems, or make up songs about your grandma, or pretend to be a superhero.
And maybe you’ve found a way to continue doing creative things as an adult. But you’re here because you want to do more. You want to feel more active in your life.You want to do more than appreciate, analyze and consume art. You want to make art. You want to feel the creative force rising within you. You want to get out there and change the world.
I believe you can. And the way to start is by giving time and space for your creative self to emerge, time and space to rediscover the symbols and codes and secret messages that make up your inner creative landscape. Listening for your inner dreamer who knows exactly what she wants to do.
You might be surprised at what changes in the world around you when you give free reign to your creative impulses.
You can do it. And if you’d like someone to guide you through it, that is what I love to do. Registration is open for one of my Creative Magic Workout programs, and if you’re not in Portland, I’m offering an online version in April. I also offer one on one coaching sessions, and if you’re interested in that, you can sign up for a free Navigation Session.
I went to go see Faith to work on being willing to take more risks.
There are three other things that stand out about working with Faith:
First of all, she has great presence and an ability to really listen. You can feel her taking in everything you’re saying, and listening with depth. That’s rare.
Second, she’s as serious as she is playful. She brings a sensitivity and depth of knowledge about how inner critics can get in the way of success. I like how she sees the gifts of the critics, rather than trying to shun them. My inner critics felt welcomed! 🙂
Third, she asks questions and has creative exercises which really get to the heart of the issue.
That’s a gift that keeps on giving. And, I’m so grateful to Faith for the gift of her coaching!
— Heather S., Portland, Oregon