Remembering How To Create

It’s easy to forget the principles of going creative. And even easier to forget to practice.

Here’s a ditty to help us remember:

Connect to all I touch. Hear. Smell. Taste. Look, see.
Return to now.

Henry Miller's Creative Commandments

In his writer's notebook, 1932-1933, Henry Miller, an author with a deep sense of process, laid down his ‘commandments' of writing. Here they are adapted to whatever it is you want to create:

  • Work on one thing at a time until finished.
  • Don’t be nervous. Work calmly, joyously, recklessly on whatever is in hand.
  • Work according to The Program (the timetable you've laid out for yourself) and not according to

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