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Your Artistic Mindfulness Personality Type is…

The Cautious Creator


What this means is:

As a Cautious Creator, you may often experience self-doubt and hesitation during your artistic process. It can be challenging for you to fully immerse yourself in the act of creation, as you tend to second-guess your choices and fear self-criticism. This cautious mindset may lead you to avoid actively creating, as you try to protect yourself from these uncomfortable feelings.

In your life, this cautious approach may manifest as a hesitancy to take risks with your art. You may find it difficult to trust your instincts and make bold decisions. Instead, you may constantly seek reassurance or validation from others before proceeding with your creative projects. This can result in a slower and more tentative artistic process.

One big mistake Cautious Creators may make is…

holding back their true creative potential due to the fear of failure or criticism. By constantly doubting themselves, they may limit their artistic growth and miss out on opportunities for self-expression and exploration.

for example…you may say to yourself:

  • “What if I’m wasting my time on this project?”
  • “I wish I had more confidence in my creative abilities.”
  • “I’m not sure if this idea is good enough to pursue.”
  • “What if people don’t like my work?”
  • “I should ask for feedback before I continue.”
If left unchecked, It may lead to a lack of fulfillment and a sense of being stuck in your creative journey. It’s important to recognize that making mistakes and facing criticism are natural parts of the artistic process, and by pushing through your hesitations, you can unlock your full creative potential.

Thankfully there are some practical and achievable steps you can take…

to avoid those outcomes and mistakes. You have the power to overcome self-doubt and hesitation in your artistic process.

Here’s what you can do to almost immediately start embracing your creativity with confidence and joy, allowing your unique artistic voice to shine through. 

It all begins with acknowledging your self-critic and releasing those negative thoughts. And we’d love to share more…here’s what to do next:

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  • reduce stress

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  • find greater peace in both your creative pursuits and daily experiences