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  • Writer's pictureKarla Zero

Unlocking Your Creative Potential: Why Ignoring Your Sparks is Holding you Back ✨

Have you ever felt inspired to take a photo of something while on a nature walk?


maybe you felt like creating an abstract painting?

Perhaps you wanted to decorate your home in a certain way, or write a novel?

Whatever your preferred medium of artistic expression, the feeling within you is always the same. It's a little internal spark of excitement and a buzzing mind that suddenly ignites inside of us, making us want to drop everything and put all of our efforts into following it.


We often transform ourselves back to reality and come up with excuses as to why we shouldn't pursue our creative passions.

These excuses are often rooted in a fear of embarrassment or a lack of skills to make our creations successful in the eyes of society.

Or perhaps we feel too busy with other things, and the idea of adding something fun and non-productive feels overwhelming and impossible to make time for.

But let me tell you...

Creating through any and all mediums is incredibly important for us as individuals, for our growth, accomplishment, expression, emotional release, and for humanity as a whole.

We are creators! ✨ We were built to create! 🫶

We all have beautiful skills and gifts that we often ignore or neglect.

And ignoring our creative sparks has a huge downside...

When we let these sparks go unfulfilled for years and years, all of that energy builds up inside of us, making us feel blocked up and heavy on the spirit.

Creativity releases different kinds of energy that show up in our bodies and lives. Through creative expression, we can release this energy in a beautiful way.

Creativity allows us to work through our problems, release any stagnant or negative energy, experience emotional release, heal, and grow. Through our creative expression, we get to express ourselves and inspire others to create, collectively contributing to the healing and inspiration of the world.

May Your Soul Blossom in Love and Art, Karla


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