Trust the Process

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Shambhala Publications, Mar 31, 1998 - Self-Help - 224 pages
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Whether in painting, poetry, performance, music, dance, or life, there is an intelligence working in every situation. This force is the primary carrier of creation.

If we trust it and follow its natural movement, it will astound us with its ability to find a way through problems—and even make creative use of our mistakes and failures.

There is a magic to this process that cannot be controlled by the ego. Somehow it always finds the way to the place where you need to be, and a destination you never could have known in advance.

When everything seems as if it is hopeless and going nowhere . . . trust the process.
 

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The book is a kick in the creative pants. It extolls the virtues of freedom, looseness, change, and cross pollination to get the artistic juices flowing. It comes at that message with suggestions from ... Read full review

Contents

Unpredictable Magic
In the Beginning Is the Attitude
Every Experience Has Something to Offer
Create with What You Already Have
Practice
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Shaun McNiff is internationally recognized as a founder and leading figure in the arts and healing field. University Professor at Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, he is past president of the American Art Therapy Association and the author of several other books including Art As Medicine, Trust the Process, and Creating with Others.

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