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The Creative Cure by Jacob Nordby

With a foreword by Julia Cameron
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"I'm not very creative!" or "I'm not creative enough!" are common refrains in today's society, but according to author and creative guide Jacob Nordby, nothing could be further from the truth.

Creativity, Nordby argues, is actually akin to the sap in a tree or the blood in our veins—it's present in all of us and meant to flow unhindered through every facet of our lives. Whenever we feel stuck or stagnant, creativity is the key to revitalization and renewal; as well as a source of profound healing. Yet many remain unaware of the full potential of this wellspring within us.

This book is an invitation to heal the vital connection to your inner creative self—and, in the process, begin to mend other areas of your life that need healing.

Clear, vulnerable, and transformative, this book can help you see yourself and the world through different eyes.

In this book, you will discover:

  • Why restoring your creative connection is crucial to navigating your life in a rapidly changing world.
  • The Three Enemies of Creativity (and what to do about them).
  • How your inner creative self holds the answers you need now.
  • Ways to heal the connection to your inner creative self and establish a simple daily practice that can transform everything.

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This book invites you to find purpose, healing, and joy as the artist of your own life.

– don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements Tweet

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From the foreword by Julia Cameron

I think this book serves as an entry way into deep creative waters - waters that the reader may find both bracing and invigorating. I share with Nordby a love of tools that “work,” and I found myself drawn to the simplicity and subtlety of the methods he suggests for unlocking a powerful and joyous self that we may have buried or forgotten.

Julia Cameron, author of The Artist's Way Tweet

About the Author

Jacob Nordby is a writer living in Boise, Idaho. You might find him on a trail in the nearby foothills or typing away in the quietest corner of a coffee shop downtown.

Learn more about his other books, speaking, online courses, and creative guidance sessions by visiting www.jacobnordby.com

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