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Interview: Meditation and the Process of Creativity
by Ann Purcell
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25 February 2016
Even if you are not an artist, writer, musician, or painter, you are still a creative person and need to draw upon the creative process in every aspect of your life.
AC Fuller, who started the Writer 2.0 Podcast series, recently interviewed me about the creative process. The questions he asked were about the creative process, the source of all creativity, being ''in the zone,'' how to make deeper connections in your work, and the importance of feeling well to unleash one's creative energy.
It was exhilarating for me to talk about two of my favorite topics—meditation and creativity. I was pleased with the depth of the questions that AC asked me, and did find it interesting that both AC Fuller and myself quoted David Lynch on the process of creativity during the interview.
If you are interested in understanding more about the creative process, you will enjoy this interview.
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Copyright © 2016 Ann Purcell
Source: Adapted from Enlightenment for Everyone
About the Author
Ann Purcell has been a full-time teacher of Transcendental Meditation since 1973, teaching Transcendental Meditation and advanced courses in many countries around the world. In addition, she has worked on curricula and course development for universities and continuing education programs. Ms. Purcell is the author of The Transcendental Meditation Technique and the Journey of Enlightenment, which has received the 2015 Living Now Book Award for the meditation category. She regularly writes for The Huffington Post.
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