“Feeling more balanced is going to spark your creativity…when you’re mentally balanced, emotionally balanced, spiritually balanced, your creativity is like the flower that comes out of all the work that you’re doing.”
We’re back for a VERY special episode of the Finish More Music Podcast this week as I’m joined once again by Matthew Benjamin AKA Bushwacka! (Plank/Oblong Records), and his partner Belinda Matwali.
I’ve got them on the show because I heard about their brand new concept which harnesses the joint power of therapy and meditation to help creatives overcome the challenges holding them back, and live more empowered and energetic lives in doing so.
And as listeners of the show will certainly know, I’ve talked to the power of therapy and meditation here a LOT, so I was super intrigued to find out what it was all about.
And if you’re wondering what any of this has got to do with finishing more music, well, it has EVERYTHING to do with it…
Because the core principles that Matthew and Belinda teach are principles that will heighten your self-awareness, spark your creativity, and boost your time in the studio, built on years of experience and research in their respective fields.
Whether you’re like me and you already have some experience with therapy or meditation, or you have no experience at all, or you’re just looking for new ways to approach your creativity, you’re going to get so much out of this episode.
Check out Listen Up Therapy here:
- Awareness helps join dots between ideas you may never have previously put together.
- You don’t need to hold onto the story that you need to be in a place of pain to be creative.
- Finding balance sparks creativity.
- Therapy is not just about getting people back into their creativity, it’s giving people tools to navigate all walks of life.
- “Feeling more balanced is going to spark your creativity…when you’re mentally balanced, emotionally balanced, spiritually balanced, your creativity is like the flower that comes out of all the work that you’re doing.”
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