Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Email | RSS
For December’s episode of the Daydream Believers Podcast, I interviewed Daniel Levin, author of the insightful, wise and deeply beautiful book, The Mosaic.
We chatted about the four practices of connection, how we as creatives can connect to the work we are doing – and how the archetypes of The Mosaic can help one in the creative process. We also discussed what the silos of thought are that trap the creative mind flow, what the destination practice is and how it applies to the creative process – and who is creating who…
It was a deep, thoughtful and extremely insightful episode – it’ll provide you with some beautiful new ways of thinking to approach your new year – and will most definitely enrich your life!
Questions submitted by my coaching community that we addressed:
I would like to know more about how to connect with myself a bit more. Not in a narcissistic way, but how to be more in sync with my subconscious mind and my soul.
How do the archetypes of The Mosaic help one in the creative process?
The “Be Kind To You” wristbands and the book are available at: https://themosaiconline.com/
The book is also available on Amazon globally: The Mosaic by Daniel Bruce Levin
If these ideas resonate with you but you’re finding it a struggle to implement them, contact Daniel directly at: Daniel@themosaiconline.com
These podcasts exist to provide you with the knowledge, inspiration and motivation needed to pursue your dreams.
If you’d like to join the Daydream Believers online coaching community, have your say on what topics get covered during our podcasts – and have your questions answered by our expert guests, simply become a patron. You can sign up quickly and easily via the Patreon website here, or via their handy Patreon mobile app. You’ll also get access to the full range of my coaching packages and music production lessons. Plus you’ll get exclusive early access to all my musical output – and lots of lovely treats in between!
Thanks so much for visiting – really looking forward to welcoming you to the family!