242 | David Ulrich: The 7 Stages of Creativity - Art, Photography, Music, Dance
Published April 17, 2019
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    David Ulrich is a photographer, best-selling author, and educator who has been teaching photography for over forty years in colleges, universities, and workshop centers in the US and internationally. He is currently a professor and co-director of Pacific New Media Foundation in Honolulu, HI. His work has been published in numerous books and journals including Aperture, Mānoa, and Sierra Club publications. His photographs have been in 75 exhibits internationally. He blogs about creativity and consciousness and is a consulting editor and frequent contributor for Parabola magazine. He is the author of several books including The Widening Stream: the Seven Stages of Creativity, and most recently, Zen Camera: Creative Awakening with a Daily Practice in Photography David’s story about being a student photographer when the military killed protestors at a university Using art and creativity to expand our consciousness The first lesson in phography The 7 Stages of creativity How passion and obsession can be a good thing How Einstein discovered the equation of relativity How to get unstuck in your creative process Striving against the desire of perfection The Zen concept of “Rightness” Finding a balance Why you should engage the creative process The process is the result Phil Jackson’s 7 Lessons of being in the moment and in the process Seek personal mastery Do not hold the ball for longer than two counts Awareness is everything Great possibility comes with great danger Practice the art of acceptance Embody compassion Have a love of the game but practice non-attachment Strive to understand the soul of teamwork How do we know who we are? The Hawaiin word – Kuliana Exploring the EGO The 6 six lessons of Zen Camera Observing the world for an hour a day or more vs observing a screen Striving towards presence within ourselves Try to create works and things that are truly nourish other people Analyzing social media, the good, bad and ugly The importance of inward attention Why everyone is an artist The importance of keeping a journal Website: http://www.mattbelair.com/ sign up for the email list and most importantly do 1 act of kindness today! 🙏👊🚀 David's website: http://creativeguide.com/ Support the show for as little as $1 Here: 👉 http://www.patreon.com/mattbelair Donate: http://bit.ly/mattbelair Support by Doing an Act of Kindness for Someone Today! Subscribe: Podcast: http://goo.gl/1euQe7 YouTube: https://goo.gl/Mz7Ngg FREE STUFF: Guide to Lucid Dreaming E-Book and Guided Hypnotic Experience: http://www.mattbelair.com/luciddreaming If you like the show please share, do an act of kindness, and become a patron here http://www.patreon.com/mattbelair THANK YOU! About Me: ======== Master your mind, body, and spirit with Matt Belair and world-renowned leaders today! This unique show features candid conversations with experts in personal development, spirituality, and human optimization. Each episode is another key to help you unlock your infinite potential and assist you on your path to self-mastery! You will discover the best tips, tools, and technologies to master your mind; plus the science, principles, and practices to master your body. Finally, you will dive into the deepest depths of yourself, life, the universe and the pursuit of discovering who you really are, and consciously creating the life of your dreams! https://mattbelair.com/bio/ May Love, Joy, Passion, Peace, and Prosperity fill your life! Namaste 🙏 👉 For top rated video podcast, coaching, speaking, media and consulting inquiries contact me. 📧 - Email Me: Matt@ZenAthlete.com 📝 - Contact Me: https://mattbelair.com/contact/ Follow Social Media ================ ➤ : - Instagram: http://bit.ly/Instagram-MatthewBelair ➤ : - Twitter: http://bit.ly/Twitter-MatthewBelair HashTags ======== #Spirituality #SelfHelpPodcast #BestPodcastsSpirituality #TopPodcasts #PersonalDevelopment ™Matthew Belair - OFFICIAL
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