The Artists Way


Have just started a 12-weeks self-development based on Julia Cameron‘s book “The Artists Way” together with a group of beautiful & creative women. We are all very motivated by a deep longing to let creativity have much more space and influence in our lives.

We feel so ready and spirits are high. Not only we have shaken hands this weekend that we embark on this project, we’ve also signed a “contract with ourselves” – to implement a daily practice and go wholeheartedly into the process whatever it brings.

Daily exercises, writing Morning Pages and a weekly Artists Date (alone – with oneself) are the tools to bring us in deeper contact with our “inner artist” and in general keep us “on the track”.

During the process we’ll meet again here – and also stay connected via the net. So far it all looks fantastic and encouraging! No doubt you’re greatly supported by meditating and sharing experiences, reflections and knowledge in a group. This can only be good!

About hanne

Mixed media artist working with collage, art-money, artists´ books, ceramics and communication
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2 Responses to The Artists Way

  1. This sounds like an exciting journey! I look forward to my armchair view of your trip.

  2. hanne says:

    Hi Jeanette, it IS a great journey! MAybe it’ll even inspire you and others to embark and come along?! Establishing some kind of daily routine seems very helpfull. It clearly supports my efforts.

    NB. Greetings from my armchair – to your 😉

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