The mind acts like an enemy for those who do not control it.

-Bhagavad Gita


Instead of allowing Drooma-negativity to invade your thoughts and creativity, how about inviting positivity into your life? Like most people, you might encounter problems at times in your life, but you can still keep the door wide open for the re-emergence of color and hope.

Sometimes, unwarranted criticism from others might rear its destructive head and should this occur, try not to let it undermine your confidence. Rather consider the source. “When first heard, the music of Stravinsky and Prokofiev were described as ‘aberrations.’ Having to listen to the music of Liszt and Strauss was said to be ‘agony.’ Tchaikovsky’s music contained ‘savagery’; Wagner’s, both ‘satanic fury’ and ‘licentious discord’ and Beethoven’s was ‘repugnant’ and ‘repulsive’. (HAVE YOU EVER HAD A HUNCH? The Importance of Creative Thinking)

So banish negativity. Don’t allow negative voices to reside in your head but instead, follow your own Glimpses of Possibility. Like Spunktaneous in THE WORLD OF GLIMPSE, any problems  that might occur or even that you, yourself, might inadvertently, have created, can be diluted by the glow of your own creativity – your own showtime and creative process…Just start

Spunktaneous rose into the night sky… “All right, I’ll start doing – something. I will juggle! Watch!”

Then Spunktaneous…

waved to the Phantasea,

skyrocked to the ellipops’ roll on the ground,

and to the chimeroos’ trounce-around the giroofs…

and spun his sparkling jugglegems…

with split-shadesec alacrity.