Sarah Kreuz is the host of the Art of the Unknown Podcast, a travel and spirituality podcast about traveling inwards, outwards & onwards.
In this episode, Sarah discusses:
-How the Art of the Unknown Podcast was born when she decided that she needed to dive into something creative without worrying about the outcome.
-Some of the things that held her back from initially creating the podcast and continuing to create and share it.
-Where she is physically as well as spiritually.
-Her advice for people who might be scared of stepping into the unknown.
-How she started eating fish after being a vegetarian for 16 years.
-The importance of just trying something new, even if you are going to be bad at it.
-The power of one positive comment from someone you trust about your creativity.
-One of her toughest creative moments in her “den of sorrow.”
-The painful experience of having creativity inside of you, but not knowing the way it is supposed to come out.
-Not feeling guilty about creating for yourself, first and foremost.
-How her throat chakra is finally open!
Sarah’s Final Push will encourage you to accept the fact that you are going to be scared and just go for it!
“I just want to dive into something creative and not really care about the outcome. Just see where it goes.”
“It’s turning into a healing process more than anything else.”
“I never used to consider myself a creative person. I just didn’t think I could do it. I shut myself off completely to even going in that direction.”
“I felt like there was something that I wanted to create and I really knew there was something inside of me wanting to come out, but I just didn’t know what it was.”
“I’ve given myself permission to make whatever the hell I want.”
“It has given me a sense of confidence, that who I am, what I have to say, what I have to think, and how I feel is worthy of having space in the world.”
“Big Magic” by Elizabeth Gilbert