If Your Muse Runs Away

I’ve done two previous posts in the month of June on the topic of the elusive Muse (“When Your Muse Runs Away” and “Does Your Muse Run Away?” ) and I’d like to get more deeply into this.

The Muses were nine Greek goddesses charged with the role of inspiration of literature, science and the arts. In modern times, folks speak of their Muse to talk about that burst of inspiration that seems to come out of nowhere, that can be essential in starting you on a new path of creation, whether in writing, music or other arts.

I think that the topic of inspiration- where to find it, how to get it, and how to access it when  you need it – is an important one to the writer and worthy of being looked at in more detail. Inspiration is a key tool of a writer, and when you’ve lost it, ways of finding it again are also essential in being able to write.

I’ll be looking at some of these things in forthcoming posts, and I also welcome your input on how you choose to woo your Muse.

Catherine Kane


For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry” or “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as a Psychic Empath” from Foresight Publications, click here

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