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Mar 9ยทedited Mar 9Liked by rob hardy ๐ŸฆŒ

'I believe Creative Individuation is best approached indirectly, as a byproduct of cultivating a sense of wholeness and aliveness throughout our entire life.' - quotable. In fact, it's funny timing you send this post as I started Part 1 of your workshop yday and it's this point of injecting your authentic self into your creative work that I resonated with the most. I think over the years, I've naturally fallen into a rhythm of sharing myself online so I don't necessarily feel the 'shame' that comes with sharing online anymore. However, there are definitely still internal barriers that even I don't know about (and which can be overcome by making space for all those 'multiple identities' in my head). Ah, I like reading your work, it makes me think and subsequently write more for myself too - win win :) P.S. I thought it's kinda ironic that today I get a twitter DM for someone advertising his 'holding your hand' course on how to go 'solopreneur' from 0-10k/month. As tempting as that sounds...it reminded me of what you said about churning out more creators who follow 'the pattern' :)

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Love this. You are speaking to my heart. Creative Individuation is what I am striving for as I work on bringing out my true self in my work. Love to hear more on this topic regarding how we can start to do ooze out our individual talents, gifts and uniqueness by doing self-experiments and self-discovery. I guess this specific area is sitting in your Forest :) looking forward to rambling in the forest when its open

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I would say: BOOM ๐Ÿ˜„

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