3 thoughts on “Channeling Intensity Through Creative Expression

  • July 22, 2011 at 7:43 am

    I have been refered to as being intense. I always thought it was an entirely bad thing – that I was too much of something. I never really understood what it meant really. So thanks for this.

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  • July 22, 2011 at 1:35 pm

    Yes, I am intense and passionate. I was born a dancer, singer, writer and poetess and have written my memoir and a book of poetry, Sanctuary of the Soul (the title is where my soul is: Maine)….I am sure to most it is simply a book.

    To me, it is where my soul is.

    Also a highly sensitive personality type.

    Difficult to live in a world, which isn’t very sensitive.

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  • January 13, 2012 at 7:56 pm

    Like Salinger, there are, I believe, other souls out there in the world who, like myself, are creative to a fault and very, very intense. I am always looked down upon for NOT being able to: relax, kick back, “enjoy life,” and “find serenity.” It is in the DOING of a thing that I find my deepest happiness, and the NOT doing of something is where I actually LOSE my “serenity…” Whatever the heck THAT means. Intense emotions foster intense drive to DO and TO CREATE, to MOVE and to always but always explore non-traditional options…hence, creativity. I am sick of people who tell me to “sit down already, just looking at you makes me TIRED.”. Intensity is NOT a bad thing to the handful of intense channelers out here. It is a form of connecting with the truly divine, I often find.it is awesome, and inspires me to more activity, not LESS..so YOU relax, and please leave ME be, I am happy being THIS INTENSE!!!

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