Does Creative Inspiration come from inside us, or from outside?
Can INSPIRATION be coached?
Yes. Yes it can. Find out how in this engaging and interactive Masterclass.
Special offers will be made to those wanting to join our upcoming Creativity and Innovation Coach training with international certification before it closes.
Meet other people who love Creativity and Innovation like you do – live on Zoom with open cameras (for those not too shy!)
“I myself do nothing. The Holy Spirit accomplishes all through me.”
– William Blake
“Straightaway the ideas flow in upon me, directly from God.”
– Johannes Brahms
“You can’t wait for inspiration to happen. You have to go out after it with a club.”
“I only write when I am inspired. Fortunately I am inspired every day at nine o’clock.”
– William Faulkner
The Ancient Greeks did not even have a word for “creativity,” using the word “Techne” for arts, reflecting their view that only God could create, and artists were merely imitators. In the Renaissance, the idea of the human creator emerged as a strong force for the first time.
Today, for most people, Creative Inspiration remains one of life’s great mysteries, with each individual relying on their own interpretation of what inspires them to get their best ideas and do their most effective work. Some find energy in substances (alcohol, drugs, food), others in timing (only in the early morning or late at night) or intentional shifts of state (exercise, yoga, meditation, oxygen deprivation, triggering “flow”). Failing to “be inspired” leads to the familiar experience of creative block.
Yet there is a simple way to generate Creative Inspiration reliably and in this Masterclass, we will address it. Hint: it has to do with the root of the word “inspiration” itself – an investigation of the power of the breath, both practically and as a metaphor.
Join us for a breakthrough in your ability to be inspired by choice and at will.
The event costs $20.21, but if you are a member of the Innotivity Institute you can attend for free. Inquire with us about membership by mailing us at email@example.com