Your Desire to Release your Creative Call will Make a Difference

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I have a friend who is a street entertainer. She dresses in outlandish clothing and complements them with equally outlandish make-up. She is a natural entertainer.
She does this for fun. She pops up at random public places. And she gets some paid gigs at community events and gatherings.

Either way she loves it. She is passionate about it. She actually shrivels up creatively if she doesn’t get out and do it. Apart from the theatrics and dress-ups what she is really passionate about is ‘sowing seeds of hope’.

 

She has created her own mythical ‘Chamber of Blessings’,
a lavishly decorated shopping trolley, and takes it to the streets.

While dressing up and walking around talking to complete strangers is not my thing – I do totally get the buzz she gets from going out and doing what she is passionate about.

 

I was walking behind her at a flower festival once taking the odd photo and observing her antics. But what struck me was everybody who walked past her started smiling, giggling, chatting or pausing to take a photo. Young and old, men and women – everybody who walked past was effected. Positively!

 

By doing what she loves and is passionate about
she was making a difference to the day, mood, and life experience of hundreds of people.

 

And she didn’t even know it. She had no idea about the trail of smiles that flowed and fanned out behind her.

She follows her passion for herself.

 

It makes her feel good and she simply has to do it.

 

By releasing that impulse and taking action – showing up – she makes a difference beyond measure.

 

The moral here is you’ll never know the full impact of how or to whom your passion-project will make a difference.
That is the work and area of the passion released.

 

Making a start is your most important task. Perhaps someone somewhere in the world is waiting.

Is that a good enough invitation?

So do you have a plan?

 

Always with Love Dawn

 

Dawn Atkin is an inspiring and intuitive PASSION-PROJECT Consultant, Mentor & Innovator committed to helping others  bring their projects to fruition with their own unique flair, increased confidence, clarity and ease. She lives on the south coast of Western Australia and works and plays with people all over the world.

If you would like to know more or are ready to take the next step and create some magic in your life,  community or business   contact Dawn via her website www.dawnatkin.com or her Facebook Page – creativestreak1 

2 Responses to Your Desire to Release your Creative Call will Make a Difference

  1. My passion …

    … sometimes quiet but never shy
    … inner reflection and outer sky
    … undetected but always there
    … ready to roll and fill the air
    … as a child, it filled my soul
    … then stepping back as I pondered its role
    … I see you, others would say
    … but I didn’t know it was okay to play
    … passion is paint, joy on a palette
    … canvas is ready to share my talent
    … skills must be tested, encouraged to grow
    … acknowledging self and letting go
    … of doubts, self restrictions
    … move forward with conviction
    … with the light of others, like a beautiful Dawn
    … encouraged and guided, come into my own

    [swa] © 2016 – december 11
    a colored envelope / ellipsis … raw poetry

    Dawn … it’s always energizing to “visit” you and soak in the Sage! I wrote this Passion Piece in the WTP tradition of a 15-minute sitting, in response to your post. It made me reflect on personified Passion’s guiding force in our life.

    I was so delighted to see your website with recent posts (I know you’re active on Facebook; I’m not there frequently). I like the new design of your site … with its connection to the feel of the previous.

    I’m almost done with my semester, and next semester I’ll temporarily help coordinate an adult ESL program at our community college (to fill someone’s spot who will be on sabbatical). Thus, I’ll have a few months without hours and hours of grading papers at home. I’m feeling that will free me up to let go of some excuses for not moving forward in a variety of areas of life. : )

    Thanks for your continued inspiration! So proud of you!

    • Hi Susan
      Wow with some more time up your sleeve perhaps we can hear some more of your passion-inspired-poetry.
      Have a great 2017.
      Love D xx

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