Join the Dots Creating
It is the love with which you do things that radiates; it is not the things that you do. When you see the world purely in its energetic nature, this...View More
Join the Dots Mentoring
Ages 12-16, guiding youngsters to develop their internal compass for decision-making "Whatever you can dream you can, do it" My approach is simple – we need to learn to tune...View More
Join the Dots Junior
Nature and art play to help children explore their energetic and feeling nature, cultivating soft skills around emotional intelligence and resilience Hello Junior Plugging the gaps in the schooling/education process...View More
Creative Cupboard (blog)
After all, what else is there to do.
This is not an easy question however. We have been conditioned to want and need things in life — to keep us safe, keep us happy — but we’ve not been taught to create the things we love. Or encouraged to pursue unless of course we have the means to do so. It appears frivolous, a bonus in life.
I was chatting with a friend the other day, and casually discussing how ‘inclusivity’ is important in the creative process. Yet more often than not, we do it on our own. It led us to some sharp admissions; each with our hoard of ideas, we act like a secret agents! We squirrel away on our creative projects when we find the time. But we know that this is at odds with the spirit of creativity. What is going on? And why do we hide away?