How do you hold onto inspiration?

Aha! You have a grand idea.  An inspiration. With inspiration comes a moment of clarity. You hold onto it.

The whole, clear picture is before you. Clarity brings force and integrity to your plans and actions.

Disappointment hits when that feeling, that thunderclap-moment disappears. But, did you know this? It’s all you needed. A moment.

You were a channel for inspiration. And it came. Now it’s your job to hold onto it. To stay as open as possible to letting it flow. Even when the moment's over. Open your mind to being a channel. Pull the inspo back by its tail, like the lovely Liz Gilbert tells us in her TED Talk a poet she loves would do.

Pick up a pen, a paintbrush, set your hands on the piano keys. Let your inspiration flow.

 The Ace of Swords is about moments of inspiration, clarity, a moment of clear sight or channeling “divine” information. Like when you just really wanna sing, because that’s what’ll make you happy. Or you just  know  it’s time to quit that job! That’s divine inspiration.

The Ace of Swords is about moments of inspiration, clarity, a moment of clear sight or channeling “divine” information. Like when you just really wanna sing, because that’s what’ll make you happy. Or you just know it’s time to quit that job! That’s divine inspiration.