Your Muses

If you look up the definition of muse, you see that it is used to describe the nine goddesses in Greek Mythology that preside over song and poetry and the arts and sciences. You also see muse defined as a state of deep thought or dreamy abstraction. Have you ever encountered your muses? You have them and they can help you in a myriad of practical ways.

You can look at your muses as a source of creativity. They come in the form of ideas, insights or moments of inspiration. If you learn how to employ them, your performance rises and your ideas expand. Developing your intuition, creating quiet moments, walking alone in nature and allowing the arts to inspire you are all ways of connecting with your muses.

Searching for an answer or creative approach? Invite your muses – they’ll come.


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“We need time to dream, time to remember, and time to reach the infinite. Time to be.” ― Gladys Taber

Dreaming is practical. Where are vision, leadership and innovation without dreaming? Creating DreamSpace for yourself will further your career and your happiness. Some of the features of DreamSpace are:                                                                                                             

a free space to do whatever you please

enough time to detach from “life”


focus for your dreaming (although, daydreaming works too and can open up a new focus for you)

Try creating some DreamSpace for yourself this month. Unleash your creativity and vision.