You bring special gifts to the planet, gifts uniquely yours, linked to your individual experiences, education and history.
So why do we spend so much time copying each other and not valuing our creative and unique self?
At school I excelled at Maths and English was one of my weaker subjects, not surprisingly I choose to become an accountant. Though later in life as I became more aware and in touch with my true self, my creative side was awakened. I have written numerous books and created my Elements Collection Gratitude Journals.
I often joke that if I’d been a creative accountant, I would have ended up in jail. Though seriously, I feel foolish that I had allowed myself to buy into the opinions of others, the naysayers so to speak, that I did not have a creative side.

At least I had enough sense to not listen to a school friend’s opinion when I told her that I was planning on writing my first book.
Exercise the courage to value your talents. As in much of life, faith is a good place to start, in this case, faith in your capabilities to enrich the world.
Whether it’s creating a new more efficient way of doing things or an artistic masterpiece we should practice valuing our unique selves.
The spaces we shape externally and internally, the habits we develop to put ourselves in the company of what inspires us, help us envision what we might otherwise ignore.

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” ~ Steve Jobs

Listen to Steve’s advice; create a space where you can tune into your true self, so you can awaken your creativity and uniqueness that has been squashed for way to long.
The world will be a better place, once you begin to share your special uniqueness and creative self.

Not sure where to start?

Then check out the many resources on this website.

Until next time…..

Be well and remember to make each day meaningful, memorable and magical………..and never, ever, ever stop dancing!

With Love & Gratitude
Karen Chaston.