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  • Makayla Dick

A Creator and How To Create

Being a creator is not always about waiting around for the opportune moment to create, but rather the time where we aren't creating. An article done by Angie Dixon states, "One of the main reasons creativity seems so hard is that we desire it so much. When you really want to "be creative," it's hard to see that what you're doing IS creative. It may seem derivative, boring, or just not very good, when in fact it's quite creative. Maybe not quite what you want, but creative. We think we have to have this striking idea that sets

us apart from the place right now, but it can be actually the opposite. When we think about creating we don't want to, but when we sit there and create without the thought of creating, the magic begins to start. We don't know how or why it comes through, but we let it because our natural state of flow peaks through like a waterfall searching for its source to the rainbow. It doesn't always make sense and readers may not always understand it either, but it doesn't have to. It can just be. And that's okay because that's where we find our spirit within heart and soul that just can't help itself but give you a vision you need to see. Create without restriction and let the boundaries be a guide of how to not let them control you. Everyone can create as Angie says, but it's up to you to believe that you can do it.

Click here to learn more about how creativity can be apart of anyone, even when you don't see yourself as a creator. It also gives us an opportunity to spark our process again when creativity is not an easy task.

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