Children tackle creative projects fearlessly, with great imagination and verve. But as adults, inhibitions take hold and we get locked into a way of thinking that stops us from using our full potential at work an in our relationships. This book is designed to unleash that inner potential through a programme of art projects that the author has used with hundreds of beginners. Blending physics, art, philosophy and psychology, artist and educator Judith Cornell combines step-by-step exercises that develop technique, colour savvy and drawing skills with inspiring guided visualisations. Awakening the artist that lives in everyone, developing our imagination and intuition, she helps us create pictures - and bring a higher consciousness of love, harmony and balance to the push and pull of everyday life.
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Judith Cornell, Ph.D. of Carmel Valley, California, is an internationally acclaimed speaker, seminar and retreat leader, and assistant professor of transpersonal psychology at Holos University Graduate Seminary. She is the author of two best-selling books including the award-winning Mandala (Quest, 1994) and Drawing the Light from Within (Quest, 1997).Review:
Creativity is a learnable skill. Everyone is an artist -- if only because each and every day, people actively create their lives. All great geniuses of the world have one thing in common, the ability to visualize powerful images. In Drawing The Light From Within: Keys To Awaken Your Creative Power, Judith Cornell teaches readers how to visualize their own creative potential so they can develop inspired creativity, self-esteem, and optimism. Drawing The Light From Within is for teachers, philosophers, scientists, psychologists, designers, visual artists, and non-specialist general readers wanting to overcome personal barriers that stifle their creative power and thus enable themselves to give voice to their full range of creative expression. Enhanced with one hundred b/w illustrations, Drawing The Light From Within will embark the reader of a personal odyssey of creative self-fulfillment. -- Midwest Book Review
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Book Description Simon & Schuster Ltd, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0131913212
Book Description Simon & Schuster Ltd, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0131913212