On the first Wednesday of the month, join a group of artists, writers and makers and get the guidance and support you need to heal the personal blocks in your creative practice.
We find that old beliefs and stories can get in the way of achieving real success. Through working with artists when we dig deep to the core issues there are old scripts that just don’t work anymore affecting their ability to show up, either through developing and making the work, or sharing it. Artists often struggle with a loss of:
Faith in your own success
Sometimes, too many compromises have been made.
Sessions are online via zoom (live video) from the comfort of your home or studio.
You will have the opportunity to focus on your issues, and learn how each one is impacting your aspirations.
As each artist shares their blocks, the whole group learns more about how to transcend many issues. The trainer will guide you through each stage of the process of transforming the blocks one by one.
You will discover your hidden beliefs that have held you back, and make new choices that support your practice and your goals.
You will also learn how to break the negative daily patterns and create new ones that can support and transform your working process, increasing your confidence and faith in your creativity.
Once you have this, it is up to you to put it into practice, and this is where your peers help. You will be encouraged to support each other through a private WhatsApp network.
Throughout the programme you will be encouraged to set goals and take steps to meet them, supported by a trainer and the group.
You will be encourage to declare your intention for the next month, and take all that you need to meet this.
Through committing to this programme you will gain:
Momentum and confidence in your practice
Focus in your creative direction and aspiration
Freedom from unconscious negative beliefs
This programme is about getting back on track to being fulfilled, in flow and in your creative power. It’s not just about the work, it’s about how you get that work out into the world in a way that is meaningful and fulfilling to you, and to the world.
The world needs artists.
The programme is facilitated by Tiffany Robinson, a Psychology of Vision Mastery student who graduated from 100 days training in 2019. She has worked as a tutor, facilitator and mentor in the arts for over 15 years, supporting hundreds of creatives to recognise and achieve their potential. Tiffany was a Founder and Director of ChArt Artist Network, taught at two Universities, is currently a Programme Leader (Foundation) at West Dean College of Arts & Conservation.
“The connection with nature and the Self underpins my art practice, I let the guidance come to me through intuitive use of materials and responses.
As a PoV student, it is the guidance and grace that leads me, you know when you’re on the right path because it aligns with every part of your Being. This is what happens in the PoV groups, in the mentoring, it is incredible alchemy to be part of the change, especially at this time.
Artists wield great power in their gifts, often working with the unknown. I want to help you to boldly achieve your direction and goals, to be true to your gifts, your self, and your purpose.
My question is:
What do you want?
What is the gift you bring through your creativity that the world needs right now, that you need, that you long for?”
GROUNDINGS everyone attending agrees to the Groundings:
Confidentiality – anything shared within the group is private. Anything you want to discuss with those not in the group afterwards is fine providing there is no way of them being identified, and it about your process not theirs.
Presence – be present. Switch off anything that will distract you, pay attention to what is happening in the group. If you can’t be present then book a session at a more convenient time when you can be. If what you are experiencing is so intense that you are unable to listen, then book a 1-2-1 instead.
Trust the process – question everything for sure, especially what is true for you, but stay engaged with the process until the end of the call. Why? Because if you have an issue, it often comes with feelings that can be uncomfortable and when this happens one reaction is to withdraw. Instead, be aware of the feelings, and stay curious, keep listening, questioning and exploring until you get some resolution.
Sessions run on the first Wednesday of the month, 7.30-9.00am
Booking links below, you will then be sent a video link before the session.
Wednesday 1st April 2020
Free taster session
Ad Hoc sessions
Subject to availability
per session £30