Some of the best creativity comes to you when you are relaxed, peaceful and feeling open.
That’s why people go on guided retreats to relax, disconnect from the demands of the world and connect deeply to their inner self. The result? They come back with new motivation and ideas.
In this meditation session, we worked on helping participants to boost their creativity with meditation. We help participants to relax at mental state where you are feeling like a child again:
- Light hearted
- Calm and peaceful
This is in contrast to our usual state of mind after a long week of work and trying to please our bosses, colleagues, solve problems and make ends meet.
Before meditation, our participants felt:
- Closed Up
- Tired and Stressed
The meditation techniques were inspired from Tibetan Sound Healing by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche and brought into a modern context. We helped participants to release their stress and tensions from head to toe, along each major chakra point.
Participants had also a chance to let their creative juices flow and do creative work in a meditative state!
We would love to share here with you some of the photos and videos:
Meditating and dissolving their inner stress, frustrations and fears to feel clear minded and open in their minds and hearts.
A few participants remarked that they felt very peaceful and felt surprised, because they had not felt so peaceful in a long time.
Creating art during meditation to free up the mind’s creativity
Smiling and happy with their clay creations made during meditation. Good going guys!
Check out this creation above! Really cute.
“During the meditation, I felt that I could get to the hidden creativity within myself. I could reach faster my best creativity level within the meditation time, when usually it takes much more time.” – participant who created this elephant art above.
Meditation is not only helpful in calming you down. It also enables you to find your innate creativity, your ideas and your motivation. 🙂 Thanks everyone and hope to see you at the next session!