Event Dates: 
Saturday, August 25, 2018 - 02:00 to 03:30
Event Presenter(s): 
Dr. Paula Joyce, PhD
Dr. Paula Joyce, PhD
Dallas Meditation Center
810 West Arapaho Road
Richardson, TX 75080
United States


Albert Einstein said: "Creativity is intelligence having fun." We are all born creative, but as we grow up, judgement and criticism cause us to doubt ourselves and the fun disappears. We're told there's a right way to be creative, and what we are doing is inadequate or just wrong. This leads to inhibitions and fears that shut down our creative flow and separate us from our inner wisdom. We all have our unique creative expression. Creativity is about allowing yourself to play, feeling safe to freely express yourself, and being fully engaged in the creative process without worrying about what the finished product will look like and what others will think of it. To deny your creativity is to hide the deepest part of yourself behind closed doors. It's time to free your creativity and in doing so, free yourself!

In our time together, you will:

  • Dissolve the hidden blocks to your creativity
  • Move effortlessly from inhibition to freedom
  • Create from your soul
  • Discover your unique creative expression
  • Leave with new insights, purpose and energy

Door Prizes:
One copy of my best selling book, Nothing But Net
One 10-minute follow-up phone session

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About this Presenter: 

Dr. Paula Joyce, PhD, The Life Doctor, is a best-selling author and top ranked radio host. Recently she was honored as one of the 16 Best Life Coaches in Dallas by expertise.com. She did her post-doctoral studies at Yale University and has been in USA Today, the Dallas Morning News and on national radio and television. Using her unique process, Dr. Paula will help you remove hidden blocks to create the life you want. You can hear her On Demand shows here: https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2317/uplift-your-life-nourishment-of-the-spirit 

Visit Dr. Paula's Website: www.paulajoyce.com

Contact Information: 

Dr. Paula Joyce, PhD

(214) 208-3533