Every day we are creating.
Creativity doesn’t have to mean being artistic or crafty, though this is often the immediate association. With every choice and every action we are creating our lives. With the presentation of a homemade meal, the way in which we interact and play with our children or perhaps even the alternate route we choose to drive home at night, we are being creative.
When someone expresses the thought I am not very creative, perhaps what they are really saying is I don’t like what I am creating. These are the thoughts expressed in my latest interview featuring Debbie Lichter, Jewelry Designer and owner of Urban Blossom Jewelry. (www.UrbanBlossomJewelry.com)
For many years, Debbie placed these same creative limitations upon her own life. She battled her inner feelings of inadequacy and loneliness, eventually creating pathways to her deepest core and alignment to her authentic self. One of those pathways led her one night into a bead store where she felt something shift within her. At first, making jewelry was solely a personal expression and a source of healing. Soon her friends started asking to buy her pieces and a business was born.
Each of us struggles at times to claim our own unique gifts and to be vulnerable. The question Debbie poses to each of us is: “Does the pain of staying where I am outweigh the fear of what’s on the other side?” For her the answer was clear. Stepping into the unknown and starting her business feels exhilarating, scary and empowering in a way she has never felt before. Posed with this same question what might you choose?
The Inspired Woman Project Interview: Debbie Lichter
Debbie Lichter is a women’s empowerment and embodiment leader, a visionary artist and creator of Urban Blossom Jewelry. Debbie helps women to step into their vibrant self-expression and inner power through a combination of self-care practices, healing work, and through her one-of-a-kind, handcrafted jewelry. (www.urbanblossomjewelry.com)
After almost a decade of inner suffering and denial, Debbie found a way to embark on a path of healing that encompassed holistic wellness, spiritual recovery and artistic expression. In 2011 Debbie expanded her personal healing work by exploring artistic expression as a tool to discover and recover her creative self.
Today Debbie channels her years of healing wisdom and coaching into her jewelry, where each piece serves as a potent symbol and activator that inspires, awakens and supports women on their journey. She also shares her compelling personal transformation story via public speaking engagements.
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