Episode 103: The Power of Trusting the Mystery in Creativity and Motherhood (Rebecca Campbell)

What to do when you find yourself in a creative void, either because life has thrown you a curve ball, or you find yourself feeling totally uninspired? Our cycles teach us to trust the fallow times, but that’s a tall order in a world that celebrates productivity above all else.

Our guest today is author, Rebecca Campbell and she’s a great person to have this conversation for many reasons, but especially because she’s personally navigated many periods of creative void in order to bring forth creations which have touched the lives of 100s of 1000s of people, including several books, courses, a new podcast and a mystery school.

The deeper reason for the richness of this conversation is that Rebecca is a being who fully embraces the mystery. She defines herself as a mystic, and her calling is to weave the sacred back into everyday life.

In This Episode:
  • Why it’s ok to suck at the beginning of any creative process, and how staying safe is an antidote to creativity.

  • How to hold ourselves through big creative leaps, like leaving your job, or starting something brand new.

  • The journaling process that helps Rebecca move through imposter syndrome, and how trusting the mystery helps us to find the courage to share our voice.

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