La Experiencia de Mery Buda

Tatuajes, cómic y Música por María Bustamante Tejeda

Tharp, Twyla. The creative habit

Tharp, T. (2003) The creative habit [Versión para lector digital]. Simon & Schuster

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Destacado: If art is the bridge between what you see in your mind and what the world sees, then skill is how you build that bridge. That


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Destacado: By making the start of the sequence automatic, they replace doubt and fear with comfort and routine. It


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Destacado: Like everyone, I have days when I wake up, stare at the ceiling, and ask myself, Gee, do I feel like working out today? But the quasi-religious power I attach to this ritual keeps me from rolling over and going back to sleep. It


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Destacado: Some people find this moment—the moment before creativity begins—so painfu


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Destacado: I will upset someone I love? A serious worry that is not easily exorcised or stared down because you never know how loved ones will respond to your creation


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Destacado: practices yoga in the morning in his home to overcome back pain. He starts each session by lighting a candle. He doesn’t need the candle to do his poses (although the mild glow and the faint scent have a tonic effect, he says), but the ceremonial act of lighting this votive candle transforms yoga into a sanctifying ritual. It means he’s taking the session seriously, and that for the next ninety minutes he is committed to practicing yoga.


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Destacado: Turning something into a ritual eliminates the question, Why am I doing this?


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Destacado: creative. No one can give you your subject matter, your creative content; if they could, it would be their creation and not yours. But there’s a process that generates creativity—and you can learn it. And you can make it habitual. There’s


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Destacado: The only criterion is this: Make it easy on yourself. Find a working environment where the prospect of wrestling with your muse doesn’t scare you, doesn’t shut you down


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Destacado: They get up and walk away from the computer, the canvas, the keyboard; they take a nap or go shopping or fix lunch or do chores around the house. They procrastinate. In its most extreme form, this terror totally paralyzes people.


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