Tasha: Creating is the most quintessentially human activity. But when we sit down and try to create, our efforts often feel hollow, stiff and inauthentic. We remember what it’s like to feel inspired, but suddenly, we’re blocked from that natural flow. In this practice, we connect directly with the river of spontaneous activity at its source – the natural mind. We’ll begin by settling in blissful relaxation, then brighten the attention with wakeful curiosity, and as we dissolve that pesky, compulsive “do-er” of activity, we become the space where creativity unwinds effortlessly. And once we tap it, we can return to this well again and again for infinite inspiration.