Creative Flow Coaching
Coach with Sonia Barrett, Author of The Holographic Canvas, The fusing of mind and matter
Producer of Award winning documentary, The Business of Disease
“Sonia Barrett is wise and articulate and smart, and, above all, she is effective!”
Whitley Streiber, Author of Communion
“Sonia Barrett is undoubtedly a true mystic”
Dr. Amit Goswami,Ph.D, Theoretical Physicist
“Sonia’s visionary journey guides us to a new understanding of life.”
Jacob Liberman, OD, PhD., author of Light: Medicine of the Future, Take Off Your Glasses and See and Wisdom From an Empty Mind
“Sonia Barrett is a fascinating and charismatic speaker, whose expertise covers many subjects. She brings her insight and perspective in an accessible and understandable manner that kept my attention focused.”
Steven Halpern-Grammy nominated recording artist, sound healer, researcher and author
“Fasten your seatbelt and hang on to your shorts when Sonia Barrett starts dropping knowledge in her courageous, eloquent and relentlessly compassionate way.”
Foster Gamble — President & Co-Founder of Clear Compass Media; Creator, Host, Co-Writer, and Director of Visual Design for THRIVE
Are you raising funds for your project, film or otherwise?
Is there overwhelm?
Are you struggling with completing your script?
Are you getting those appointments booked with the movers and shakers you aim to connect with?
Is your creative flow stuck in your head?
Whatever your creative project is lets open up the flow!
It’s about the science of mind and matter
Creative minds rely on frequent moments of fluidity. However when those static moments arise they interrupt our sense of flow and creativity . The end results of these stalled moments can slow down projects and deadlines. We are left uncertain of when that flow will return.
Our minds revert to a sort of default creativity. In other words we begin to create from our heads. The aliveness of what is being created often absent. Instead we create from a sort of automated space.
What is it that is going on within that perhaps needs to be noticed?
Is there a way to shift out of this space?
Is there purpose in those interrupted moments?