Episode #47 – Creativity Unstuck with Lea K. Tawd

Lea K. Tawd is a visual artist who relies on her intuition and reiki energy as she paints to bring her images of the divine feminine to life. And this past year, she added writing to her creative repertoire when she published her workbook, Creativity Unstuck: A Toolbox for Making More Art which guides readers through practical tools and strategies to get to making art.

Some of Lea’s exquisite work:

In this episode, we discussed:

  • How she uses ritual to cue her brain that it’s time to create
  • Some of the strategies Lea writes about in her book to get unstuck and moving on your creative projects
  • The differences and similarities between her creative process when it comes to writing and painting

Links Mentioned in the Show

Workshop is closed – Lea is running a creativity workshop to go through her book. And, she’s offering a 10% discount to listeners of the podcast. The workshop begins Sept. 29, 2020. Use the code DEARCREATIVITY for your discount.

Read her book, Creativity Unstuck.

Connect with Lea K. Tawd

Lea K. Tawd is a visual artist, Reiki master, creativity coach and author of the book “Creativity Unstuck: a toolbox for making more art.” She seeks out the divine feminine in us all and uses that vision to create art that inspires and heals. The finished pieces are a Utopian version of inner beauty manifested; they serve as a reminder to take care of yourself, to find moments of peace, kindness, and self-love. She often paints directly on wood, so the wood grain helps to inform the finished piece. She uses Reiki in the creation of her art and loves to combine art and Reiki to help others find deep inner healing and recover their creativity.

If you’d like to connect with Lea, you can find her at:

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