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Discover the power of creativity and joy in 'The Creative Cure' by Jacob Nordby. This practical guide explores the psychological aspects of creativity, providing exercises and techniques to overcome creative blocks. Nordby's relatable and inspiring writing style offers encouragement and insights, guiding readers on a path to self-discovery and enrichment. With the permission to embrace your true self, this book opens the window to a fresh perspective and a renewed sense of living. Return to your passion and unlock your creative potential with 'The Creative Cure'.The Creative Cure: How Finding and Freeing Your Inner Artist Can Heal Your Life: Nordby, Jacob,
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30 reviews between Mar 02, 2021 and May 03, 2023.
This book is about as much of a copy of The Artists Way that I have found. Both books say anyone can be an artist. This is not true. I am an artist and it takes a lot of effort and desire to be productive. it is an insult to artists to write books like this. I couldn't even get through the first chapter.
I knew as soon as the forward was by Julia Cameron - champion of lying to people and writing a book complied entirely of false stories written for people who want some kind of reason to say they are an artist, that this book was trash.
It might feel good to call yourself an artist, but unless you are constantly producing art, you are not one. I say this not in a demeaning way. I understand how to taste, but that doesn't make me a chef. I've been reading a lot about creativity and art lately. How much easier is it to write about something than it is to do it? I could write a book about how lovely it would be if everyone could be a astronaut if they just felt that they were an astronaut, but no one would buy it. No one would even read it. Why is it people can write books like this and not see the same thing.
Being creative and creating art are not birthrights. They are not for everyone. People have different gifts when they come into being and not everyone is an artist. Sure, you might have drawn with crayons when you were a kid, that doesn't mean as an adult you are an artist. I played with lincoln logs a child, that does not make me an architect.
There are art schools for a reason. Sure, I guess you can call yourself an artist if you feel like it. I mean no one is stopping you. I am going to call myself a movie star because I am acting in my own life. You can call yourself whatever you want. If you're not creating art, you are not an artist. Plain and simple.
It takes a lot of work to generate new ideas and concepts and make something visual no one has ever done before. It's hard work. And it takes years. Many years.
The biggest insult from books like this is that they are giving people false identities and making them believe a lie. Maybe the author really believes everyone is an artist. They might actually believe that. I think they found a market for people who are unhappy with their lives and need someone to tell them that they are more than that they think they are. More than they are.
It's nonsense and if you want to save your time, don't read this book. Stare out a window instead. You'll gain more insight to who you really are doing that for an hour than reading this book of nonsense.
I have listened to this book twice on Audible. Now I can use the pages to write my own creative adventure.
I recently found Jacob Nordby online via the Heal + Create program and website. He hosted online workshops and I have been drawn to his compassionate and inclusive, welcoming approach to creating a supportive online community. I wanted to see what his own work is all about, and I love this book. There are so many thoughtful and motivating parts of this book that help me come back to myself and push away fear, excuses, doubts. He talks about knowing yourself and honoring your experiences (including past traumas) to reclaim your voice and power as a writer and storyteller. There are practical tips and exercises, but overall this is just a book I will come back to in order to give myself permission to find my voice, share my experience, play with words and claim my writerhood. Over and over, I find myself resonating with his ideas and his way of addressing stumbling blocks and opening the door to creative freedom. Thanks, Jacob!
This is a good read for people longing for more beauty and creative juice in their life. It's a good discussion about how to tap into the inner spring of creativity. Good for beginners or creatives feeling dry or stuck. Good for people who see creativity as a spiritual practice.
Highly recommend this book! Every page that I flipped I was inspired. Living my life day by day with the lessons taught in this book. You won’t regret purchasing.
I enjoyed this book so much that I'm going to begin reading it again...right now! Thank you, Jacob Noting for writing this book!
The framework for change Jacob Nordby makes a lot of sense. I'm working on my Creative Formula!! I'm recommending it to my book group of friends! And you! :~}
Life happens. It gets stressful and tough. Being creative helps you to live the life that you want. It always nice to wake up in joy.
Breakthrough! Jacob writes with a friendly prose that delivers the empathic support creatives rarely receive. His meticulous focus on working through the inner obstacles which can block creativity are especially helpful. As a mental health therapist, I was already familiar with the process of guiding others to re-frame difficult life experiences. But I hadn't specifically applied this technique to overcome a writing block about a challenging character in my own book text! Jacob's book is relatable, easy to read and helpful. I was inspired to a huge writing breakthrough with refined emotional clarity. Worth buying and reading!
This book is the permission slip you didn't know you needed!
When the window of your creativity (and true joy) has been painted shut, The Creative Cure is the putty knife required to pry it open, giving you the "out" you've been seeking. After reading this book, grab your true self by the hand, crawl through your newly opened window and greet the world (and yourself) with a fresh new perspective.
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