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The Artist's Way

25th Anniversary Edition

Julia Cameron

Unlock your creative potential with this powerful and inspiring book. First published 25 years ago, this international bestseller is more important than ever in today's cultural climate. In The Artist's Way, Julia Cameron takes readers on a 12-week journey to discover the link between their spiritual and creative selves. This groundbreaking program includes hundreds of highly effective exercises and activities, as well as introductions to two vital tools for creative recovery. Join a "Creative Cluster" of fellow artists and unleash your artistic renewal with this life-changing book.
Publish Date
First Published in 1992
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RBNews: Week 1, Artist's Way - I love it. A practical, spiritual, nurturing book. I'm...      source
On Writing by @StephenKing, The Writer's Journey by Christopher Vogler, Save the Cat by Blake Snyder, The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron.      source
This morning my podcast w @J_CameronLive is up. It is no exaggeration to say that her book The Artist’s Way completely and forever changed my life. I was a blocked writer and then I was an actual writer. What an honor to talk to her. The Moment w Brian Koppelman. Wherever u pod.      source
A friend gave me The Artist's Way for my 24th birthday and it opened the door to a mindfulness practice in a way nothing had before. I loved getting to talk to Julia Cameron about her latest book - about how to make meaning in a life.      source
2/ The Artist’s Way (Julia Cameron) This book taught me to embrace my inner creativity. Key takeaway: Creativity is in your control. Put your work into the world every day and, eventually, you’ll be great. Quantity > Quality.      source
STARTING FROM AUTHENTICITY: by observing, showing humility and being grateful - I started being open to what’s in the sub-conscious more (30+ sessions in). Speaking your truth is a powerful result of this. One great book to help explore this.      source