We were walking along a trail in Rouge Park in early May. The park was buzzing with spring’s eagerness to emerge - ferns unfurling their fibonacci curves, trilliums driving home some Ontario pride, little green fingers stretching up through the soil. I spotted a tree growing sideways up the edge of a ravine, and I couldn’t … Continue reading How can I trust in the unknown?
I learned a new word today: KOMOREBI - an untranslatable Japanese term that refers to the quality of light when the sunshine is filtered through a canopy of leaves. Last Tuesday I floated in this dappled light for a few hours, dreaming about Wildness Weekend. I immersed myself in this daydream to give colour and texture to my retreat planning process.
Creativity is not a gift that is only given to a special few. It is an innate human trait that we can all cultivate. Some have to work harder than others, but that says less about your innate capacity for creativity than it does about your fears, self-judgments and the mental habits that keep you safe. If you’re having trouble recognizing your own creativity, here are a few ideas and questions to get you thinking.