Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Making Your Way

Egg Hatch

What if there is something you need to be born to today?

How will you make your way?

One little tap at a time in a determined direction.

And suddenly, seemingly overnight, everything will feel open and filled with possibility.


My favorite form of self-reflective tapping is an occasional return to Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way. It might not be for you. But it might be.

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Anonymous Dolly said...

I like that:

One little tap at a time in a determined direction.

Thanks,L.L. Happy Tuesday :)

11:32 AM  
Blogger Louise Gallagher said...

I've just returned to The Artist's Way as well -- and it taps well on my creative soul.

11:50 AM  
Blogger lynnmosher said...

Beautiful as always! "One tap at a time..." steady determination gets us there. Encouragement in a few short words. Bless you!

12:41 PM  
Anonymous jody@threewaylight said...

Laura, I found a copy of this book at the Goodwill. Can't wait to jump in.

one little tap at a time, indeed.
great metaphor.

3:29 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

n"One tap at a time." How applicable for birds and those of us at keyboards :).

7:34 PM  
Blogger Linda said...

Yes - one little tap at a time. I've been reminded of this in one way or another numerous times in recent days. Now...just to get started.
I just unpacked my copy of The Artist's Way the other day. I've started it twice and then sort of petered out. So typical. But perhaps it is time to take a small step.

7:44 PM  
Blogger Emily Murphy said...

Isn't it the 'tapping' that can be so hard sometimes?

I keep coming across connections to those of you at the High Calling : )My husband was given a hand full of poetry books to borrow and I found myself flipping through yours, Insideout - and seeing your name at the bottom I paused... "She's commented on my blog!, she's from the High Calling!" ... all that to say, I am enjoying your book, even this evening have been drinking it in!
Warmly, Emily Murphy

10:37 PM  
Anonymous JoDee Luna said...

I appreciate your imagery of a chick pecking on the shell one tap at a time. This approach makes growth seem possible. I'm also a Julia Cameron fan! Thanks for the reminder and encouragement.

9:34 AM  
Anonymous Sylvia R said...

Yes, it may be. I shall be tapping.
Unfortunately (chuckle), pre-reading her beginning pages makes me want to move to Manhattan!
But, there's this, SO important for us to remember, although there are many who might tell us otherwise: “... it is our work that creates the market, not the market that creates our work" -- and God is our best guide as to what and how to write, not "what's selling now." Thanks for this good suggestion.

10:11 AM  

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