The main factor in any form of creativeness is the life of a human spirit, that of the actor and his part, their joint feelings and subconscious creation.  Constantin Stanislavski

A visit to the theater is a magical trip as you suspend your responsibilities of daily reality and enter a different paradigm for a journey through someone else’s creativity and lens of perception. For a few hours another person’s reality becomes your story and you are transported to a different dimension for a while. It’s as if a space vehicle has lifted the whole audience. The actors and musicians are the crew; the captain is the director, and you all are following by a map drawn by the playwright who’s put his story into three-dimensional storytelling.

Out of respect for life, what are you putting on in preparation for a greater reality? What thoughts are you willing to suspend for your emerging story to take you on a new kind of toe- tapping, heart-pounding journey into unknown realms? Are you able to trust Life as the director or do you feel you need to be in charge of your whole production? Are you up for an adventure to mysterious parts of your unexplored psyche? What hidden aspects of your personality would you like to delve into? Is it time for a new character to surface in your script? Begin today with a creative new perspective on your life.

Spiritual Contemplation: Take a trip to the theater and notice the stirring of feelings within: From choosing what to wear, to the anticipation of the drive to the show, what is coming up for you? What are you thinking as you are finding your seat, waiting for the exciting moment the curtain goes up, watching how it ends and sharing the high points during the conversation home?

Affirmation: I embrace my roles in life!