If you're making something - like creating an online course, organizing a meeting, or writing a memoir - this book might be of use to you. It's something of a traveling companion, in turns practical and philosophical, as you traverse the wilderness of creation.
It's a body-centered, insightful call to action. It's not a step-by-step manual.
It's written in short, accessible chapters that you can read start to finish, or open to any page for a glimpse of insight. It's full of practical reflections, somatic practices, and simple self-inquiries meant to take you into the heart of your own direct experience.
A Creator's Companion is ultimately aimed at nurturing that which wants to be born though you, so you get something from it even if you consider yourself to be not creative at all. As one reader said, "Liam has this way of taking everything that's stopped you from creating - whether it's anxiety, or dread, or fear - and turning it into a gentle swaddle of poetry that gives you the confidence to make anything you've always dreamed of making."
It's aimed at the ways in which we come to know, and not just know about, the world around and within us.