Wildly Creative: Spirit as a Human Artist

Who would you be today if you knew with every cell in your body that you are a “Human Artist” and your main purpose in life is to be wildly creative? And what if that meant you could overcome any challenge or fear by seeing your journey as a big, blank canvas to paint your life upon?

Join us today as Enlightening Radio guest hosts Kate Romero-Stellar and John Stellar talk with talented author, creative muse and “right brain visionary” Whitney Freya about being the “human artists” we were all intended to be. Whitney shares what it took to move from self-proclaimed “non artist” to today empowering people around the world to become Creatively Fit and engage their right brain muscles.

It's an inspiring, creative, and thoroughly engaging conversation, listen in!

For more information about Whitney Freya, her books and art products, related programs and workshops please visit www.WhitneyFreya.com.

For more information about Enlightening Radio guest hosts Kate Romero-Stellar and John Stellar visit www.e-pr.com

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