As professional artist and educator for many years, until 1979 I was engaged in the secular, combative world of art that I had inherited as part of my Western upbringing. Like so many others, I then considered creativity to be not a Divine potential in all souls, but the exclusive prerogative of a few. I thought of an artist as "one who paints or sculpts," rather than as one who is capable of using certain energies to bring about inner and outer transformation.

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