I hit the wall yesterday. All of the feelings and emotions that I had been avoiding over the past two weeks finally caught up with me. I had to do something with them. Sure, the productive/perfectionist/workaholic part of me was giving me a task list to take care of so that I could get back to work. However, the rest of me wanted to sit on the couch and watch Tom Morello talk about guitar on MasterClass. So that is exactly what I did. But while I did that, I couldn’t help but think about something Catherine Haley Epstein mentioned in an upcoming interview: the importance of having a sacred space for your creativity. Why is this important? What are characteristics of a sacred space? Does it really matter? These are questions that I’m exploring in today’s episode of Getting Work To Work.
Nine characteristics of sacred spaces that can fuel your creativity and curiosity:
- Safe and secure
- Senses come alive
- Catherine Haley Epstein
- The Fellowship of the Ring (The Lord of the Rings, Part 1) by J.R.R. Tolkien
- Tom Morello Teaches Electric Guitar on MasterClass
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