The Sacred Hour

Her Surface Betrayed Her Yearning
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When is your sacred hour?

We all work better at different times of the day, and finding when we’re at our most imaginative, creative and focused is a key element to being able to bring into the light that wonderful work within us.

If you work best late at night, there’s no point trying to force yourself to be as creative at 7am. And vice versa.

Experiment, find your sacred hour(s) and protect them fiercely.

Your art will flow – and be full – like never before.

 

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8 thoughts on “The Sacred Hour”

    1. Wow, that’s some variation Cherry. But knowing you as I do, I love how you accept and adapt to your body’s natural seasons and manage to thrive in different way throughout the year, rather than, say, try to work at 6am in the winter then give up completely because it doesn’t work. 🙂

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    1. Wendy, thanks for your words, always good to hear from you. 🙂

      We can adapt our creative times to some extent, but I do think that naturally we are more inclined to some times than others. As with anything to do with creativity, do what works more often, drop the stuff that doesn’t.

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  1. The gloaming on Sunday afternoon. Oh, it’s sad, but it’s true, and all my toughest distill, and I feel like I can peel back the thin surface of illusion and see things more like they truly are.

    Thank you for charging me to “guard it fiercely”
    :]
    M

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    1. Mark, there are too many that would choose to take it from us. Not just other people, but shallow, hollow distractions we let ourselves be seduced by. Guard it fiercely we must!

      Thank you for your input.

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