December 10, 2015
The Importance of a Muse for Creating Music
When you decide to create music, a muse needs to be considered. Having one may be more important than you realize. A lot of different musicians throughout the centuries have had a Muse, and once you have one, it is entirely possible for that Muse to change from time to time.
Many people roll their eyes when they hear about a muse. However, this “invisible spirit” has the ability to drive creative inspiration your way. It’s a force within your psyche that can help you to achieve greatness.
One of the main reasons to consider abuse is that I can remove pressure from performance. There was a TED talk a while ago by Elizabeth Gilbert, who was devoted to resurrecting the Muse model. Many people experience creative block as a result of performance anxiety. By having a Muse, they help to re—establish the creative flow, and therefore can eliminate the performance anxiety at the same time.
You may also find that there is more creativity in your life as a result of having a Muse. A Muse can be imaginary, a real person, or even a place. It is simply a way of overcoming creative block and inspiring creativity within your music. It may be easier to create new pieces, create lyrics for a song, or get in front of a group of people to perform your music live for the first time.
It’s important to have discipline when you are learning music. Following him use is its own form of discipline, and can help you to avoid lazy periods. It can also help to avoid workaholism. Depending upon what is going on with you, you may fall into one category or another – working too hard or not working out on a specific project. You cannot burn yourself out, nor can you procrastinate and hope that you are going to feel motivated.
If you establish a discipline that allows you to follow your muse, you can avoid these negative issues. You can be responsible, listen to your muse when they tell you to act or to wait, and to push yourself so that you can gain the tenacity to finish everything that you start.
There is creativity inside of you, and it may take a Muse in order to unlock it. Once you find a Muse, you may be able to take your music to a new level. Plenty of musicians have had Muse is over the years. Bob Dylan had Sara Lowndes, Billy Joel had Christie Brinkley, and Marvin Gaye had Anna Gordy Gaye, and this is just a few of the musicians who have spoken out.
Once you find your muse, it may make it possible for you to push the boundaries, create new music, and even reach new heights of notoriety within your community and beyond.