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Video to Inspire Your Artistic Rebirth: What Metaphor Do You See?

Posted on the 26 February 2015 by Juliejordanscott @juliejordanscot


What metaphor do you see? Video and text to inspire you. Use metaphors to enliven your writing, your mixed-media art and your curiosity to inspire your further creative growth-

This morning I've been singing Jackson Browne's "Late for the Sky" into my empty house. I've been remembering how much I enjoy his 'under produced' earlier albums: For Everyman, Late for the Sky and his self-named first album. Something starts to shift with The Pretender - or at least it seems to - that starts to subtract some of that authentic poet I fell in love with in high school.

For the first time in years, I've been creating my own version of underproduced videos which invite you more deeply into your creative process while you just go about living your life. To just experience your life and on the way, find yourself reborn artistically.

With that said, check out what came about day before yesterday when I was walking at a park near my house.



What metaphor do you see?

What is it speaking to you?

Tomorrow I will follow up with a second video which has more surprises for you and shows you * live, unedited, uncut * what I discovered when I went back and visited my PaloVerde/Volunteer palm tree again.

This is me jims wedding selfieJulie Jordan Scott is a writer, creative life coach, speaker, performance poet, Mommy-extraordinaire and mixed-media artist  whose Writing Camps and Writing Playgrounds permanently transform people's creative lives. Watch for the announcement of new programs coming in Spring, 2015 and beyond.

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