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Creativity

“Two Wheels on Dry Land”

"To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease."—A.T. Still, the founder of Osteopathy
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“The Reason for Art”

I have spent many thousands of hours researching and examining thousands upon thousands of musical performances, dances, paintings, photographs, sculptures, poems, and books.
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“Creativity and Enthusiasm”

For our acts of creativity to be truly therapeutic, they must arise out of a deep desire to conceive them, to incubate them, and then to deliver them into the world.
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“Healer – not Artist”

I'm only interested in Healing. I'm primarily a healer, not an artist...
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“The Less the Artist Misprocesses, the More Healing His Creativity”

All art, all creativity, arises from the Deep Unconscious, the Muse, and would be thoroughly therapeutic if it were not distorted, even perverted, as it journeys up into conscious expression.
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“All I Want to Know”

All I want to know of a composer, a performer – any artist – is: How close has he come to Knowing his Mother of Love, his Muse?
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“Employing the Modalities of the Spirit – Not Medicine”

As my concern is with the universal anguish of the human condition, I no longer employ the modalities of medicine, but those of the Spirit.
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“Performance and Truth”

"Looke upon the rainebow, and praise him that made it, very beautifull it is in the brightnesse thereof. It compasseth the heaven about with a glorious circle, and the hands of the most high have bended it." — Ecclesiasticus xliii: 11–12

At one time, for a period of several months, I had almost no inclination to write anything: general essays, research findings, or even my so-called poetry. I initially thought that this was some form of blockage, then I realized that it was but the next stage in a process that had become apparent over the previous few years, which included the giving up of my “composing”—and especially of my seminars and lectures. At this time, when I received a speaking invitation my immediate thought was how to get out of it. It was not performance anxiety—I have never experienced that—but rather the absence of the desire to perform. And this I regarded not as a problem but a virtue, not as an impediment but a breakthrough.
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“A Different System of Aesthetic Criticism”

I believe that the purpose of all artistic endeavors, and, for that matter, every activity, should be to enhance Life Energy: to encourage the Embracing of Life – enthusiastically, passionately, wholeheartedly and gratefully.
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Video: The Original Purpose of the Arts

The original - and truest - purpose of the arts was for healing.
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