I've been working with a lot of artists who are having such great success. And I'm noticing that in the afterwards of the audition or the performance or the creation, there is a great need.
There are so many ways we can get support in the process of things - the beginnings and the middles. When you are having a breakdown because you can't figure out what to do next in your script or you are getting callback after callback but no bookings or you are just getting started on your new song idea - there are books you can read and classes you can take and therapy you can go to. There are so many support groups and Artists Way groups and MY Artists Groups! You have your friends and family.
But, what about the endings? What about after you have spent hours or days or weeks or months preparing for your big moment? And then you have the big moment. And it's awesome. There are cheers and awards and parties. Then what?
I think that moment after is not something that is talked about enough. I think there are a lot of people who don't know what to do in that place...because I think that big moment comes and goes and you don't realize that you need something in that place because you think that the big moment was what you were going for. And maybe that's true. But, in that moment after, so many artists turn to food or drugs or alcohol or get depressed and watch a lot of bad TV because they don't know that maybe, the "then what" is that they need a hug. They need silence. They need a place to talk about the big moment and process it all. They need support to feel the goodness of it all and to honor and acknowledge themselves for what they have accomplished.
Whatever it is that is needed, it is my intention to support you in that part of the process too. Because it is important.