Thursday, March 17, 2011

Kick-Ass Creativity

Kick-Ass Creativity

This book is absolute kick-ass.

Even the most creative of people can use the occasional kick in the rear so they can move on to the next stage of their journey because all in all, a lack of inspiration leads to stagnation.

This book was not at all what I expected and exactly everything I needed. It is quite in alignment with books such as The Secret, or Ask and It Is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires and Creative Visualization. It encourages the creative soul to closely examine their core beliefs as a way to achieve their desired outcome. Like attracts like and attitude IS everything. While reading the book, on more than one occasion I wanted to scream out "Yes Mary Beth, Yes! Right on the Nose!" and highlighted sections with notes that say "This is freaking phenomenal!"

I am admittedly on a very conscious path of personal progression/transformation and am an artist/writer/teacher. This book resonates deeply with me- right where I am in looking to move on to that next step. (Or sort out my many steps.) All of the exercises are optional but I found I learned a lot about my methodologies by taking the time to work on them.

If you are open to the idea of the power of positive thinking, this book is for you. If you are not ready for an upbeat spiritual cheerleader to guide you to the next level of your creativity, that's okay too.

 

3 comments:

Beth said...

I can't read to check out this book! I am a student of LOA through Abraham-Hicks so this should be right up my alley! Thanks for sharing. ☺

mb said...

Thank you thank you! for your kind comments about my book -- I'm psyched it resonated with you and found you at the right moment! You're clearly rolling along beatifully with your own creativity....but you're still open to more ideas, more approaches, which is so lovely and a sign of even greater things to come. I continually find that the most tapped-in creators find the process of converting inspiration to form endlessly fascinating. Rock on.

Thanks for your blog and for mentioning the book! Best wishes! Mary Beth Maziarz
http://www.kickasscreativity.com

Biffybeans said...

Mary Beth - even this comment has hit me at the very right moment.... Thank you, and I wish you continued success with this book and all your future projects!

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