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Advice On Psychological Blockage/Creative Block

Posted by Travis Dottin on September 21, 2014 at 1:20 PM
Well For About 9 Months I Have Been Dealing With Psychological Blockage/Creative Block And Want To Know How Can I Clear This Block Leave A Comment

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9 Comments

Reply Travis Dottin
5:43 PM on October 19, 2014 
[eerie777]
ASK and ye shall receive This goes for most anything! I feel you must take the time to first ask how to remove this blockage! (hint) It concerns a female in your life!
How Does This Concern A Female In My Life Makes No Sense To Me
Reply eerie777
12:38 PM on October 19, 2014 
ASK and ye shall receive! This goes for most anything! I feel you must take the time to first ask how to remove this blockage! (hint) It concerns a female in your life!
Reply Jah 3000
10:01 AM on October 1, 2014 
Excercise might work.
Reply SheOnAnotherLevel
11:04 AM on September 30, 2014 
@Prince Alfie That was sooooo brilliantly put!
Reply Travis Dottin
12:27 AM on September 30, 2014 
Thanks For The Advice Guys
Reply Marie <3
8:54 PM on September 29, 2014 
Become a child. Best advice I can give. Find your childlike wonder for things again. For example, a stick is only a stick if you see it as that. A child will see it as a gun, a sword, a magical wand, a poker, a grabber, a musical instrument, a walking cane, a chew thing... a stick becomes so more than just a stick. Find that imagination key within you. Children can play with anything because they use their imagination and it really is limitless. Even if you just look at the sky and make shapes out of clouds it kick starts our creativity. Lose yourself in a good book, meditate, go somewhere new for a change, count how many steps it take you to walk around your house (random and makes no logical sense but who knows what ideas will come to you once you reach your front door), laugh at nothing, laugh at everything, dance for no reason, say hello to everyone you see. Basically, EXPLORE the world around you. Remember, a stick is only a stick if we see it as such. And a creative block is a hindrance if we allow it to be a hindrance. See that block, knock it down and turn it into something new. Recycle your old ideas, dreams, inventions if need be. Life if what you make it so you might as well enjoy it haha :)
Reply AstralBooBaby
4:33 PM on September 24, 2014 
In conjunction to what was shared, another suggestion would be to think of things that you like doing when you were a kid and be like that kid... I am a big kid on the inside and I like to cut up and play like a kid with my little cousins, niece and nephews sometimes and this helps me when I have a creative block! The other thing that could help is humor... Find things that tickle your funny bone and just have fun and laugh! Last but not least, learn a meditation technique that resonate with you (there are many examples on Youtube) and meditate a few minutes a day by quieting your mind. Meditation helps us in many ways but it can definitely help to release stress, worries and blockages, which are often tied to our creative blockages.
Reply AstralBooBaby
4:29 PM on September 24, 2014 
MyLoveIsYourLove says...
You need to find inspiration again. I suggest that you spend some time around creative people and check out works by other people who are creative like you. Listen to and watch creative works by other people of like minds. Another good tip that I was taught is to spend time with nature. Sit under a tree with no expectations and see what happens.
Good advice!
Reply SheOnAnotherLevel
1:31 PM on September 22, 2014 
You need to find inspiration again. I suggest that you spend some time around creative people and check out works by other people who are creative like you. Listen to and watch creative works by other people of like minds. Another good tip that I was taught is to spend time with nature. Sit under a tree with no expectations and see what happens.