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Creativity is the expression of your spirituality

Creativity finds solutions to problems, and leads you to a better life.

Creativity can be expressed many ways: art, a book (picture of Creativity book on screen), a business plan, creative parenting, and anything else you can imagine.

Creativity is constructive and creative. It isn’t creativity until it is expressed.

If you want to be close to the Creator, then do what the Creator does: Take part in constructive and creative activities to make the world a better place to live, so that when we move on, we shall have left behind a better world for those who follow.

Develop your creative talent, enhance your creativity in music, art, writing, dance, photography, architecture, public speaking, science, technology, education, sports, acting, marketing, business, parenting, and more.

Learn how to find the creative dimension and use it to boost your own natural God-given creativity to bring you more success, happiness, and satisfaction in your life.

Excerpts from Nelda Sheet’s Creativity Workshop at the Silva World Convention


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Great artists use intuition

Shakti Gawain, Silva graduate and author of the best selling book Creative Visualization, said: "The most important technique I learned in The Silva Method was creative visualization... I found that it was amazingly effective." 

She also said that in her experience, "The universe will reward you for taking risks in its behalf.”

Joyce Carol Oates said: My own way of writing is very meditated and, despite my reputation, rather slow-moving. So I do spend a good deal of time contemplating endings. The final ending is usually arrived at simply by intuition.”

  • Dr. Wayne Dyer, motivational speaker author.
  • Author and lecturer Shakti Gawain.
  • Mark Victor Hansen, author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul books.
  • Musician and band leader Doc Severinsen
  • Harry Jackson, "Sculptor of the American West"
  • Singers Vicki Carr and Metropolitan Opera star Marguerite Piazza are Silva graduates, as are actresses Carol Lawrence and Loretta Swit.