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The Artist's Way Paperback – 15 January 2017
- Introductions to two of Cameron's most vital tools for creative recovery--The Morning Pages and The Artist Date
- Hundreds of highly effective exercises and activities
- Guidance on starting a "Creative Cluster" of fellow artists who will support you in your creative endeavors
A revolutionary program for artistic renewal from the world's foremost authority on the creative process, The Artist's Way is a life-changing book. This 25th anniversary edition includes a new introduction from the author.
From the Publisher
--Elizabeth Gilbert The Artist's Way is not exclusively about writing--it is about discovering and developing the artist within, whether a painter, poet, screenwriter, or musician--but it is a lot about writing. If you have always wanted to pursue a creative dream, have always wanted to play and create with words or paints, this book will gently get you started and help you learn all kinds of paying-attention techniques; and that, after all, is what being an artist is all about. It's about learning to pay attention.
--Anne Lamott This is a book that addresses a delicate and complex subject. For those who will use it, it is a valuable tool to get in touch with their own creativity.
- Publisher : Tarcher; 1st edition (15 January 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 272 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0143129252
- ISBN-13 : 978-0143129257
- Dimensions : 18.85 x 1.65 x 22.86 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 66,906 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I see why this used to be popular... surrendering responsibility for our own shortcomings is tempting, and apparently a lot of people bought into it. But how can you ever take credit for your own accomplishments if you pawned responsibility for your failures off on a delusion induced by magical thinking?
The so-called practical lessons that you don't have to be religious to take advantage of? Journal for 3 pages every morning and get out of the house one a week. That's it. Everything else is channeling mystical creative forces and mentally infantilizing yourself as a coping mechanism.