Training for Free Creative Flow (FCF)

An Unintentional Journey


Welcome to the first piece in a new series of articles, where we’ll explore the intriguing concept of training for Free Creative Flow (FCF).

The idea of training for something that is, by its very nature, unintentional, presents a paradox. If training can exist for such a phenomenon, what could it possibly look like? 

It’s akin to learning how not to learn, a unique form of training that may seem contradictory at first glance.

As we embark on this journey, we’ll delve into various elements of FCF practice. Specifically, we’ll shine a light on the hindrances and obstacles that often surface when one strives to achieve FCF. By identifying these barriers, we aim to highlight the simple truth:

The flow “trains” itself. 

This phrase may sound cryptic now, but as we progress through this series, its meaning will become clear.

So, join us as we unravel the complex, yet fascinating world of FCF training. With each article, we’ll delve deeper into the nuances of this unique practice, challenging conventional wisdom and uncovering new perspectives. Stay tuned for further discussion around this thought-provoking topic.

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