In this book, Shahana Dattagupta explores creativity not merely a nice-to-have workplace skill or the exclusive forte of inventors and artists, but as the very soul-purpose for each and every one of us, as our responsibility towards expressing full human potential, and as the way to transcend fearful survival to create a loving, thriving existence for oneself, for all humanity, and for the planet.
Discover how your creative projects and initiatives in the world are really playgrounds and construction sites for the creation of you! Explore how you unconsciously create yourself and your life merely by the stories you tell, and how you can completely transform yourself and your life by shifting from fear-driven re-action to Love-inspired action. And learn how to practice your creativity by calling into action and integration its Yin and Yang principles.
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In, You Are Michelangelo…And You Are David!, author Shahana Dattagupta begins with a bold and novel idea - “Love as the creative force.” The genuine stories she has shared throughout the book about the power of creativity in relation to individuals and society at large elevates the conversation to a whole new level. The book is extremely well researched, gracefully written, and explains how creativity and spirituality can thrive together in this modern world.
In You Are Michelangelo...And You Are David, author Shahana Dattagupta takes us a fascinating voyage that leads you to bridge the realm of creativity with the realm of the soul. She proposes that you and your "creative initiatives in the world" are engaged in a glorious collaboration. Every time you create something, whether it is fabulous piece of art or a thoughtfully prepared meal, you are actually creating a newer and truer version of yourself. She shows us how these small-scale acts of creation magically translate into large-scale lessons for soul, spirit and love. In the second half of the book, she offers concrete pointers and tools, in the form of yin-yang principles, for the practice of creativity. With a graceful and insightful writing style, Shahana's message about creativity, love and spirit resonates loud, clear and deep.