Posted by: Liz Massey | July 22, 2012

Improving Creative Focus: An Audio Meditation to Encourage Improvisation

Photo courtesy David Ritter via SXC.

Today, I present the final audio meditation in a series devoted to facilitating various aspects of creative focus. This program can help you live in a more improvisational frame of mind, which may increase your ability to act in the present moment and focus on doing what you can, with what you have, and create something wonderful.

This meditation is based on a post related to improvisation that I published last year as part of my “Creative Person’s Guide to Focus” series, which is archived as part of my newly created Best Of tab, if you’re interested in reviewing the entire series. It also draws heavily on an interview with Sally Schneider, author of The Improvisational Cook, that I did for the March 2011 issue of Creative Liberation newsletter.

Listen to the meditation!

Download the MP3 of this meditation

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  1. […] for unplugging from electronic devices, doing one thing at a time (aka single-tasking), and how to creatively improvise with focus when following a prepared script just isn’t working. Perhaps they’ll help you hone in […]


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