A 5-Minute Meditation To Boost Clarity & Creativity

Simple yet so effective.

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News flash. Whether you’re a whizz with numbers, a wicked chef, a successful entrepreneur or a mum-to-be, you’re a creator.

We’re all creative beings.


We may not think of the average accountant as typically ‘creative’ but we all have the capacity to be creative at what we do. No one quite eloquently states this as Einstein in “creativity is intelligence having fun”.

If there’s something big you want to create this year (February is never too late to declare your intentions by the way) then go ahead and declare it. Then, get clear and connect to how it ‘feels’. The connection between how you want to feel and your desires are everything.

Inspired by Danielle La Porte’s work on ‘desires’, here’s a meditation I created just for YOU to help you get clear and create ‘on purpose’.

Try This Meditation To Boost Your Clarity & Creativity

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If you enjoyed this meditation, check out The Space Between, a 4-week mindful e-course that’s designed to help you re-prioritise and take action to start living with productivity and purpose.

Over the four weeks, you’ll get two simple moving meditation sequences and two guided audio meditations. These will be designed to help you switch off and reenergize. You’ll also receive weekly yoga postures. Not to mention, there will be four downloadable affirmations to help keep you motived and inspired.

The second intake kicks off this Sunday 5th March, so visit www.activeyogi.com.au to find out more and register.

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Kate Kendall
Kate Kendall is Co-Founder & Director of Yoga at Flow Athletic in Sydney's Paddington. Passionate about teaching the art of 'slowing down', her approach to yoga is down to earth & light hearted. Her intention is to provide experiences in which people can move playfully and experience longer lasting mental alertness and clarity off the mat contributing to a happier and healthier community. 'Yoga Guru' for Body & Soul Magazine, Kate writes, presents and creates video content providing people with the opportunity to experience yoga progressively and in a way that's adaptable to a contemporary lifestyle. She's worked with numerous athletes including the South Sydney Rabbitohs and pioneered Sydney's Bro-ga; yoga for men.