What inspires YOU?

Discussion in 'Performing Arts' started by PeaceColors33, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. PeaceColors33

    PeaceColors33 Member

    what do you do for inspiration?
    Talk about it here
    <im a guitarist open for suggestions>
  2. Nothing really. I just feel a bit creative now and then.
  3. Zadria

    Zadria Member

  4. Envy

    Envy Member

    My depression.

    When I feel down, I feel a need to go play the piano. (I love my bassoon and saxophone, but the piano is better for writing music, I think.)
  5. Moon_Beam

    Moon_Beam zaboravljas

    I get inspiration some so many things! Don't know sometimes where it comes from! Like a beautiful day, the countryside, london in summer, a squirral carrying nuts up a tree!

    The world at times can be soo inspirational!!
  6. Any Color You Like

    Any Color You Like Senior Member

    My mood = the mood of my music

    I just play and the notes come along... it's hard to describe.
  7. Miss_Beatle

    Miss_Beatle Beatlemaniac

    I listen to the Beatles, or watch them in one of their movies, or listen to their interviews, or watch their music videos on youtube..yea, basically anything and everything to the with the Beatles gets me inspired.
  8. PeaceColors33

    PeaceColors33 Member

    Thanks for the tips guys!!!!!!

    peace**_**love and tranquility*&^$
  9. Hiplikethat

    Hiplikethat Member

    For Inspiration -
    I look outside and see the birds or go to the park and see the butterflies but most of all for inspiration i look to the clouds and see all the amazing things around
  10. The_Walrus

    The_Walrus Sgt. Pepper

    I like to go outside and look around and just think... Things often come to me after doing that.
  11. Willy_Wonka_27

    Willy_Wonka_27 Surrender to the Flow

    my mood, marijuana, and other musicians inspire me.
  12. rubbersoul

    rubbersoul Member

    Incence and Yoga! And I listen to some psychedelic/rock music...
  13. zilla939

    zilla939 Thought Police Lifetime Supporter

    candles, incense, pot, people, other musicians' work... and sometimes stuff just pops in my head
  14. midgardsun

    midgardsun Senior Member

    I dont know why but reading C.G.Jung always triggers an immense flow of creativity (music, arts, writing,...).

    Thats strange since no other author, nothing else stimulates me as much as that. And I`ve tried a lot (being in nature for months, meditating, being with other creative people and reading so much about spirituality ).
    I think Jung is one of the very rare writers from europe whom I read extensively at the age of 18 already and still do now and always can find new things within, it seems to me as if his texts grow wiser with the time and if after some years I read a book of him again, its completely different, like aktualized and full of wise things.
    Other authors may write things shorter and clearer (synthetisized spirituality) than him but strangely dont trigger any creativety within me, even if their texts seem (or are) smarter.
  15. depression, music, drugs, anger
  16. WoodRat

    WoodRat Banned

    It certainly eases the process. That's for sure.

    Already has been described.
    It's called Zen.

    Only the best, the canvas suggests!
  17. wecarealot

    wecarealot Member

    and surrealist films.
    but most of all.
    and for some reason the 1939 new yorks world fair.
  18. SunLion

    SunLion Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    Feeling healthy, exercised, yet well-rested. Laughter. Storms. Colorful sunrises and sunsets. My family. A good dose. Reading anything by Richard Dawkins. Camping.

    "Inspiration, move me brightly, light the song with sense and color, hold away despair, more than this I will not ask faced with mysteries dark and vast..."
  19. zilla939

    zilla939 Thought Police Lifetime Supporter

    psychedelics + reality
  20. Style

    Style Member

    I'm inspired by my own concepts and ideas. I find an area I want to explore and I go explore it. It's very natual and never forced.

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