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Jacob Nordby
Jacob Nordby

My life experiences have led me into deep inner work, the study of psychology and healing, and creative expression. I am honored to share the gifts of these explorations with others. My work is based on real-life experience, research, and over a decade of serving others in 1:1 and group settings.

I'm the author of The Divine Arsonist: A Tale of Awakening, and Blessed Are the Weird – A Manifesto for Creatives. I lead the Creative UnBootcamp course for students around the world and offer transformational group retreats and intuitive guidance sessions. My third book, The Creative Cure: How Finding and Freeing Your Inner Artist Can Heal Your Life, with a foreword by Julia Cameron recently released.

You are free to learn more about me and how I work at

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Jacob Nordby
2 years ago
Okay so. Your brain (and mine) can only consciously process approximately 50 bits of the over 20 billion bits of sensory and psychological data that are coming at it in any given second. This means that no matter how educated or wise any of us is, we are always looking at reality through a keyhole. It follows then, that where I direct the keyhole of my attention is up to me. If I m ALWAYS pointing it at negative information and feeding my confirmation bias with evidence of that theme, is it any wonder that everything looks bleak? Making a choice to regularly train this peephole toward what I would love isn t denying reality. It s simply a matter of deciding which reality I want to feed and live in more of the time. You know? And making this sort of choice a conscious practice can have a profound psychological and behavioral effect. It s #science.
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