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Jealousy - do you feel it? Do you sense it in others? Does it deter your relationships with other musicians? Does it sap your confidence? Does it block your creativity? Here are some questions to help you get clearer about the envy in your life.

1. What is my envy demanding to teach me? Commonly when I have a biting emotion towards a certain anyone it's both since that character represents a bit about me that I can't tolerate yet or as that anyone embodies a touch that I wish I could do or have. I commit to memory being in a high instruct arts course and being incredibly green of a fellow singer. What I was so painfully aware of (though I couldn't have spoken it at that time) was that this character was able to fully definite herself and her talents, and I couldn't. I was a beat lead singer at home in my bedroom than I was in front of other people, and THAT'S what I couldn't stand about the situation. By doing what I couldn't do, she shone a attention on my main challenge. It made it in effect awkward to have a good affiliation with her.

2. How can I classify with this character as a fellow musician, as a substitute of comparing our work? What opportunities are there for collaboration, mutual aid and the chat of ideas? Can I open in my opinion to in receipt of gifts from this character - feedback, aid and love? What can I, in turn, give to this person? Even the most famous, the most booming musician is a human being just like you. Find the connection. What can I give to a musician who's newer than I am?

3. How can I build confidence in my exclusive communication and definite this authentically? I will never sound like this other musician, or anybody else for that matter. Influences may be heard, comparisons will certainly be made, but my words will never come out faithfully like theirs, since my "story", my life, my experiences, my assembly of qualities, strengths and challenges are from tip to toe inimitable to me. When I honour my individuality my confidence grows, and it becomes meaningless to contrast for myself to others - there's no comparison. This quote by Martha Graham added explains what I mean.

There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening, that is translated by means of you into action, and since there is only one of you in all of time, this appearance is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist all through any other form and it will be lost. The world will not have it. It is not your big business to ascertain how good it is nor how beneficial nor how it compares with other expressions. It is your affair to keep it yours evidently and directly, to keep the concentrate open. - Martha Graham, quoted by Agnes DeMille, Martha: The Life and Work of Martha Graham

4. How can I turn my concentration away from this other character and back to what I can do to added my own achievement and creative fulfillment? If I'm jealous of a big shot award-winning a songwriting contest, I can ask myself: how many songwriting contests have I entered? If I'm jealous of the size of their fan base, I can ask myself: how am I attracting new fans and how I am deepening my affiliation with the ones I have now? If I'm jealous of the amount of songs they've written, I can ask myself: what am I choosing to do with my time as an alternative of journalism songs?

5. Now that I've educated from it, how can I let go of my jealousy? Often in life we hang on to emotions long after they've served their usefulness. They befit comfortable, accustomed and safer than doing the work to get to the other side of them. And yet they can also weigh us down and block our creativity. Try the analogy FEEL. First, Feel your affection - don't suppress it, in point of fact let physically feel it. Next, Convey the atmosphere - write about it, sing about, talk about it with a big cheese you trust, play it on an instrument or articulate it in art. Next, Explore the affection - what is it difficult to teach you, etc. as discussed above. And as a final point Let it Go. This can be as down-to-earth as adage a short prayer or confirmation ("I have let go of my jealousy", or "I have costly and exceptional gifts to offer"), or characters the air on a piece of paper and tearing it up.

Jealousy has a lot to teach us. So when it shows up in your life, pay attention. If you advertisement distrust in others, put manually in their shoes and help them to categorize with you. Bare your humanity. Let them know that they've got amazing to offer you.

This condition was at first available on the Muses Muse Songwriter's Supply website (December 2004) http://www. musesmuse. com.

(c) Copyright 2005, Authentic Education Services.

Linda Dessau, the Self-Care Coach, helps artists enhance their creativeness by addressing their inimitable self-care issues. To catch her free monthly newsletter, "Everyday Artist", subscribe at http://www. genuinecoaching. com/artist-newsletter. html


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