Creativity can make you a better person, no matter where you’re in your life. Surprisingly, not everyone believes that, because the word creativity is not befriended by all.
Do you know, creativity allows us to see everything from a different point of view? This is the reason we get better at handling complex problems of life through a creative conduit, because when we creatively approach a problem to bring out a unique angle to that topic, it helps in changing our perspectives. The more we create, the more we get better at discovering our true-selves.
If you’re still wondering how can we approach our problem with a creative solution, and if this sounds interesting and engaging to discover more traits about this mystifying quality within us [humans], then come along with me to explore further, and to find out how creativity helped me to turn all my focus back on to myself!
“When I gave my energy and focus to the things I could do and create, I kind of overshadowed everything else I’m not good at; or what others think I’m not good at!” ~Epsita- The Positive WindowTweet
Being creatively confident sounds perfect as long as we’re not hit by anxiety and insecurity. These ebbs and flows of creativity steals our confidence and or bruise it. And the moment we start feeling not very confident about our creative creations or projects anymore, we start having self-doubts, that leads us to questioning everything we create or have created.
Creating Every Day No Matter What!
Through creativity, I learned to believe in myself, and in everything I have had spend time creating, learning, or experimenting.
My articles, write-ups, videos, art, everything spoke to me and assured me that, everything was connected! This enigmatic experience taught me that everything counts, and none of my efforts are wasted in any way.
I was able to connect back to my confidence, and this time it appeared coupled with more determination and a purpose.
Being a creative person, it is absolutely important to continue creating your work, even if it sometimes feel useless and unnecessary. Creativity helps you to anchor your focus and energy in creating “meaningful contributions” to the universe. Each creative “artist” is unique in their own way. Therefore, their creations are unique and different too!
Expressing your unique vision as an artist means you ignore the negative voices, and push yourself hard to find the strength [every day] within, to create unique things. It is important to remind ourselves that we’re valuable and each one of us bring something unique to this world.
I Create [and so does you] to add love, light, positivity, and inspiration to this world. This is definitely big!
Connecting To My Infinite Potential
We all know that the creative medium of expression always exist, but in a latent way, because many of us fear walking the unknown. We take the safe path to life, as it is easy and known.
But, crazy are the ones who believe that their creative process of making something can create something that could be unique, efficient, and meaningful. They work hard [most of the times alone!] to bring solutions, and to recognize possibilities. They take the road less taken, and risk tapping into their infinite potential by following the unconventional path of creative journey!
Creativity helped me to reclaim my core-self and helped me to focus only on what matters. I connected deeply with my complexities and mirrored my strengths and potential, which in turn also forced the universe to believe in me.
Connecting to More Ideas And Possibilities
Each creative project is unique in its own way, because they open doors to imagination, inspiration, and innovation that makes all things possible.
Creativity gives you that freedom of expression, without participating [or making] in any judgements and conclusions. The more we engage ourselves in creating what matters, and what seems important and value adding to us, the more we innovate new revealing deeper meanings and solutions. Creativity encourages you to move beyond limitations, and and sense freedom and newfound imagination.
Through creativity, I was able to find out how to explore life in a limitless, and liberated way! I was able to learn the art of deeper connection with myself and was able to discover a vast ocean of ideas residing within me, and infinite endless possibilities around me, that gave me the courage to achieve my own, unique version of creatively confident voice.
Creativity Allowed me To Self- Express Myself and to become Self-Aware
Through creativity I was able to rediscover myself, and was able to share my voice with the world by creating all that I wanted to create. Engaging with myself allowed me to distance myself from negative voices, and I was able to create a healthy, positive, and calm atmosphere around me and within me, just by connecting with people who are performing the same, and sometimes just by creating something next to each other quietly, allowed me to view the world from a renewed perspective.
It is so important to be aware of where you most want to place your time and energy! Creative connections gave me the insight, and allowed me to have those meaningful conversations with myself.
Creativity allows me to create everything [I love doing] from an undeniable space and energy where there is no right or wrong, and no good or bad, but pure imagination and creation, by putting ideas and inspirations together.
Being intentional with what I want to create and why, helped me to build my confidence, and established my uniqueness.
Creativity taught me to be strong, tough, and flexible, and to not worry about failing. You work may and may not be liked by others, but that should not stop you from creating something you like the most!
Creativity helped me to pick myself up from the ground, every time I failed after creating something. Creativity taught me to keep going, and to create every day, and to share my work with the world, even when I faced criticism and “no-show!”
This is how I have learned to be better at what I create everyday, and to turn my focus around to myself, without worrying about the results, because I enjoy the process of creating something new, different, unique, and inspiring every single day.
I hope I continue to inspire you creatively!
Main Image Credit- Photo by Hannah Olinger on Unsplash
1 thought on “How Creativity Helped Me Turn The Focus Around To Myself and Made Me A Better Person”
This is so true, my journalling gets me creative.
Ana C, http://www.adreamersland.com