Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear Audiobook [Free Download]

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Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert

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Elizabeth Gilbert’s audiobook, Big Magic is divided into 6 parts or sections called: Courage, Enchantment, Permission, Persistence, Trust and Divinity. Gilbert asks you in the first section if you have the courage to bring forth the treasures that are hidden inside you. And she expresses that the hunt for uncover those jewels is what she calls creative living.

The audiobook focuses of teaching you that there is creativity living inside us all and that this creativity is necessary in order to live happy lives. During the whole book she will try to help you wake up the creativity that has been living within you and within us all.

She says that living in creativity is the most satisfying way of being alive, on the country or what people think, that creativity is foolish or childish or even crazy.

This sympathetic and inspiring guide is aimed to help you improve your live and make it a more satisfying experience where you can bring out all your potential in the most creative way, by yourself without depending on anything else but your imagination.


In the audiobook Big Magic, its author, Elizabeth Gilbert proposes a guide to attain the courage needed to live a creative life. Of course, it does not necessarily mean that you will become an artist or anything like that. She states that if you are alive, you are creative which means that instead of being driven by fear, you are supposed to be led by curiosity. She also points out that most people live in fear to such degree that one something good happens to them or they achieve an important thing in their lives, they expect something negative afterwards or to be rid of that achievement.

However, Gilbert claims that this kind of thinking can immediately shatter your creativity and immerse you in fear. We must not live in perfectionism but embrace our particularity and be happy by being good enough.

Don’t try to be perfect, just be the best you can be and sometimes it makes you the very best at something in particular. You also need to let go of the competition and begin walking your own path.

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