Just a quick reblog of one of my older posts on guilt and creativity.
I’m reprinting this post here from another one of my blogs, because I think it applies well in both places.
I plan to talk more about creativity on this blog and this is one of the things that has recently come up for me. I think about my experiences that have shaped me, and I do believe that one of the greatest gifts I have come to receive is deep self-acceptance for the things I have done and the things I hope to do in the rest of my life, most central to that is living more creatively.
Like that radical spiritual leader Osho states
A really spiritual person will live life as an art, will create a deep harmony between the body and the consciousness. And this is the greatest art there is. His life will be a joy to see. And he will be fragrant, for the sheer…
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