7. We stand always on the edge of a beginning, afraid of commitment. Fearful of pursuing
our creativity as a means of earning a living, we get caught in the Avoidant Syndrome.
The concept of supporting ourselves through our art has seemed overwhelming. We
are unable to determine the monetary market value of our art.
8. We have thought of our art as divorced from reality, denying ourselves the right to
follow our dream. We forget that artists are entitled to their right work and deserve the
happiness and success that right work brings.
9. We deny our responsibility to fully develop and realize our talent. We do not feel
worthy of the success we achieve or desire. We feel like a fraud.
10. Being multi-talented, we have difficulty discerning our true artistic vision, making a
commitment to it and establishing the priorities to fulfill it.
11. We have difficulty following through on projects and frequently sabotage our efforts.
We want to work at our art but don’t know how. We become impatient with the
process, forgetting that the results come in God’s time not ours. Our time is
12. We have been afraid of our creative energy and have mistrusted our artistic instincts.
Lacking spiritual awareness, we have not seen ourselves as channels for the infinite
creative process. Our art is a gift to be shared. https://www.artsanonymous.org/about-a-r-t-s/