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Who I really am (exploring “the dreamer”)

Sometimes, getting very close to where we are meant to be and yet still feeling as though we do not quite fit (telling ourselves its “good enough”) can be the richest learning territory of our lives. The very “rub” of things that that don’t feel quite right, so very close to home (which you can almost see through that white picket fence…but you can’t get quite get to it or move in) can vasty accelerate the self-development process… Continue reading

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The artist as exhibitionist

The ever-present dichotomy for many an artist is that the very personality traits that fuel a desire to lose themselves, day-after-day, in a creative bubble of their own devising make it seem (in the over-active imagination upon which they rely), … Continue reading

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