The Meditating Screenwriter – How to Be More Creative
Over the years I have mentioned my meditation practice and how important it is in my daily routine on the show. Many of the #IFHTribe have asked me to do an entire episode on meditation and the importance it has in the creative process. Today is that day.
In this episode, I go over:
- My personal meditation practice
- Why it’s impossible to CLEAR YOUR MIND
- How to embrace your minds inner voice
- How science view meditation
- Neuroscience and what actually happens to your brain when you meditate
- How meditation can make you more creative
I discuss practical everyday uses for meditation in your creative life. Some of my greatest ideas and thoughts have come to me during my meditations. I’ll also teach you how to meditate for 10-15 min to start and then over time, you can grow your practice to 1-2 hours a day like I do. Once you start meditating it becomes addictive.
Get ready to open your creative channels to full flow. Enjoy!
LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
- The Code of the Extraordinary Mind (FREE AUDIO BOOK VERSION)
- The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself (FREE AUDIO BOOK VERSION)
- Alex Ferrari’s Shooting for the Mob Book- Buy It On Amazon
- Indie Film Hustle TV (Netflix for Screenwriters)
- Bulletproof Screenplay Script Coverage Service – Get Your Screenplay Covered by Industry Pros
- Indie Film Hustle TV (IFHTV) – Netflix for Screenwriters
- Top 10 Screenwriting Masterclasses
- Aaron Sorkin Screenwriting MasterClass
- David Mamet Dramatic Writing MasterClass
- Shonda Rhimes Masterclass: Learn Television Writing from the Creator of Scandal
- Steve Martin Teaches Comedy Writing & Acting MasterClass
- Judd Apatow Comedy Writing/Directing Masterclass
- Six Secrets to getting into Film Festivals for FREE!
- FreeFilmBook.com (Download Your FREE Filmmaking Audio Book)
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