Kevin Ashton, author of How to Fly a Horse: The Secret History of Creation, Invention, and Discovery, in an interview in the Smithsonian (Jan. 2015, volume 45 no. 9, page16), stated, “Almost all the myths about creating as a kind of magic practiced only by “gifted” wizards are products of 19th and early 20th century prejudices. For most of history, creation was seen as a consequence of common people doing ordinary work: creators were not even memorialized.”  


This interactive demonstration/lecture will outline creativity as a natural way of being in the world. Attention will be drawn to ordinary situations that connect us to creative energy often without us being aware of its power. Our beliefs that keep us separated from our creative source will be named and discussed.


“He is the traditional Lakota definition of a ‘real man’—compassionate, loving, strong hearted, peaceful, generous, and helpful.” ~ Alberta
“Lawrence helps each of us meet our responsibility to bring our world together by changing our attitudes and view of the world.” ~ Neftali
“Lawrence discerns or draws out what is needed…and helps it manifest.” ~ Loren
“You changed my perspective of the world around me by teaching me to be more perceptive of the natural world” ~ Sam