In a new introduction to the book, Julia Cameron reflects upon the impact of The Artist's Way and describes the work she has done during the last decade and the new insights into the creative process that she has gained. Updated and expanded, this anniversary edition reframes The Artist's Way for a new century.
©1997 Julia Cameron; (P)1997, 2005 Penguin Audiobooks
I love this book. I put it off and got Rick Jarow's Anti-career guide first. MISTAKE! The artist way is not only for writers, artist,etc it can really be used by anyone trying to find what is really inside and what they want from life. I have listened to it over and over and keep finding little things that open different doors each time. Easy to listen to, encouraging, and fun to do practices. Jarow's Anti-career book is boring and hard to listen to. I have tried several times and always find my mind wandering away. It turns into white noise. After listening to The Artist Way, I entered my paintings into a art showing the next week! I would have NEVER done that without this book!
I got the Artist's Way on audio. It's great except for two things...
1) It is not separated by chapters so I can't easily get to the chapter I'm looking for.
2) It's slightly different than the book. Seems it's a different edition than I have in book form.
Otherwise, it was great to be able to download and listen immediately!
Although skeptical at first, I gave the program a try. By the end of the first week I was seeing progress. As I worked my way through the audio program I decided to also get the physical book as a point of reference.
I highly recommend this book to clear the cobwebs and focus your creative energies.
One of the most amazing experiences of my life! I was feeling stuck in my profession as a psychotherapist. This book, with it's deep questioning and excellent excercises has assisted me in getting unstuck and feel excited again. I'm telling everyone I know about this work. I highly recommend it!
This audiobook is an abridged version of the book and at the beginning, she states that if you want more information on the exercises, then reference the book. Why would I have bought the audiobook if I have the paper version to reference?? What a waste.
Dream, Inspiring, Happy
She was strait forward and able to get at the heart of what the listener wants to hear.
Yes, I heard that we are all artists in some way or another. So many people think they cannot because they do not have a particular medium, but many of us have a creative heart waiting to be used and that is what, I believe, she is talking to.
I do like the voice of Julia Cameron. The whole book is written in a very playful and helpful way. Following her advice I now write every day and in one month I notice the positive changes.
the book is around since 20 years or more and still so up to date
In the high end
This is a self help book that really does help
The principles described
I am in Thailand and have her book and the follow up at home but did not bring it so I got the audio version on audible. I am here recovering from surgery for 6 months and seeking to go back to an artistic life after being a shadow artist for many years. Her book is a very real and true look at artistic philosophy and she hits the fears and doubts most artists have with a practical way to combat them. The multiple references to god are a little much but I substitute universal or artistic spirit and that works for me. I am hoping to unblock and discover a a path back to a more artistic life using her book and that in itself (the hope of that) make the book worthwhile for me ..
The methods in The Artist's Way are worth revisiting many times.
Julia Cameron's daily work was described clearly and the results were awesome!
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