” Fear is interesting. Fear can be a hinderance to you or a tool used to do your best work.”
I was recently approached to be in an interview for the Creative Unconscious. Creative unconscious, also known as active imagination, is a Jungian theory pertaining to opening up a dialogue with your unconscious in order to trigger a shift in how the conscious and unconscious minds work together.
The Creative Unconscious seemed like a fitting name for this project which aims to gain insight into the sometimes invisible or un-thought-of processes of creative peoples while unearthing if it is, in fact, possible to remain a creative individual while pursuing a career as a creative professional.
Read the full interview here: www.thecreativeunconscious.com/interviews/2015/8/28/jordan-stambaugh