© and (P)1993 by Julia Cameron
The sound quality isn't as bad as "Vein of Gold", but you do have to listen past it. Nevertheless, it's worth listening to if you have the least interest in your creative side. You don't have to quit your job and paint or anything; you can be creative in any way, at anything. This can help you use more of your skills and talents with less angst.
i think julia cameron is great, I love her philosophy and faith.
Unfortunately this recording sounds like it was made with a microphone covered in a sock. why would that be? Better sound quality and I would give this a 4 star review!
"Great motivation to continue morning pages"
If you're struggling to consistently carry out your morning pages, this right here will motivate you to stick with. I enjoyed the last Q&A section the most
"The Artist's Way - Jumpstart your creativity!"
I am pleased to say that this audio book is a worthy addition to my library. It dovetails seamlessly with Julia Cameron's flagship book 'The Artist's Way' giving valuable context as well as highlighting the key lessons in the 12 week course. The audio book is divided into three sessions: Parts 1 and 2 are from a lively seminar, whilst the final session is interview style. Julia Cameron draws upon a lifetime's work and experience (and tried and tested tools e.g. Morning Pages) and therein lies the beauty and value of this recording. Furthermore I have no doubt many listeners and reflective practitioners will enjoy and reap the rewards from the advice and creative insights discussed. To get the most out of this recording I highly recommend reading the book 'The Artists Way' to which this recording refers; or equally stimulating 'The Right to Write'.
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