Lost your talent? Do not panic. The first thing you need to realise is that you cannot lose a talent, any more than you can lose your ability to walk, talk or smile. Your talent is natural, and part of you. If your talent has stopped expressing itself, this does not mean it is gone. For some reason it is not emerging now, so, like a moody friend, it may need some time out, and some coaxing.
Deep within your subconscious, your talent is calling for a rest. You may have heard of artists or creative people who go on and on without respite, but everyone is different, and it is not fair to expect this of yourself. So do not force yourself. Try to relax and be assured that your talent will come out again when it is ready.
Maybe things have gone stale. You cannot expect inspiration to keep coming and coming if it is not fed. Try going away for a break, altering your routine or even changing your job. You could also take up a new hobby. If you are bored, your talent will not surface.
Experiment with different ways of using your talent. Check out other creative people and their achievements – do not be afraid to imitate for that is how many of the greatest works of art came to be. However, experienced you are, do not be too proud to go back to classes. Sometimes this can stimulate your abilities.
How satisfied are you with your life in general? Some people have found that being unhappy makes them more creative, but this is not always the case. If you are depressed, it is well-known that depression is often a prelude to a burst of fresh creativity, so be patient.
Are you pretending to yourself that your relationship is fine when it is not? Are you putting up with a job you detest, telling yourself it is all for the best? Then you may be paying a higher price than you realise. It is rarely possible to be selective about repression and the chances are, you are pushing down your inspiration as part of the package. If you are repressing feelings, be honest with yourself. Perhaps you need to move on in some way. This could release your talent.
If you have enjoyed and relied on your talent, to find it has gone can be scary. But fear will keep your talent away. Do relax and have faith.
Going into these gentle, altered states of consciousness enables you to be at peace. It also has the marvellous effect of liberating different parts of you. Develop a habit of daily meditation or find a helpful hypnotherapist to enable you to unlock the wonderful riches held in your mind.
Despite all your efforts and feeling that you have lost your talent can leave you without a direction and talking about this can be a great consolation. Our insightful and supportive readers should be able to put their finger on just what you need to do, in order to free your creativity. At the Circle you can always contact a psychic or medium who can help you.
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