In my last post, we discussed the existence of the muse. This week … we’ll go on a search for the muse!
For each of us, the muse is different. We all have our times when our muse delivers a stream of subconsciousness that makes us cry tears of joy when we finish a chapter. There is no right or wrong when it comes to the muse. It can be living or inanimate. It could be a place, a person, a process or ritual, an activity or music. Sometimes it just shows up and we don’t know how or where it came from.
The key is finding it, placing it “on demand” or maintaining the connection. Continue reading “In Search of the Elusive Muse”