Posted by: Cathy | January 22, 2018

Flow is a verb

You don’t wait for flow, you do flow. Flow is a verb. It requires action.

Take your bathroom faucet. There is the potential for water to flow, but you need to show up and turn the faucet. You can stare at it all day long and the water won’t come on until you reach out and turn the knob.

Just so, for your creative flow, you need to show up and take action. If you’re a writer, you sit down, open your story file, and start typing. If you’re a painter, you get out your tubes of paint and begin blending them on a pallet.

The more you move in your creative medium, the more flow can take over. But the first step is to show up and take action. Flow is a verb.

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