by Maria Koropecky, Storytelling Coach & Author

In the realm of spiritual storytelling, there’s a profound connection between intuition, guidance, and the ability to trust one’s ideas. Today, we explore the timeless wisdom from authors, artists, and mystics of the ages, shedding light on the crucial aspect of trust in the creative process.

1. Trust in Your Ideas & Keep Going

The resounding advice from the spiritual sages echoes, “TRUST your ideas & keep going!” This goes beyond a mere encouragement—it’s an invitation to trust in your intuition, your guidance, and the unfolding of your ideas. It’s a recognition that trusting oneself can be challenging, but it is the key to feeling solid, supported, and able to move forward in your storytelling journey.

2. Chakras and Trust

Understanding the energy centers in our bodies, specifically the Third Eye and Solar Plexus chakras, can illuminate the path of trust. The Third Eye, glowing in indigo, encourages us to venture into the unknown while staying grounded. On the other hand, the Solar Plexus, associated with gut intuition, helps us navigate our physical space. Trusting, therefore, involves a harmonious interplay between spiritual and physical awareness.

3. Overcoming Writer’s Blocks

To trust fully, we must address the potential obstacles in our creative flow. The Writer’s Block Cards, featuring 22 blocks, provide insight into what might hinder trust. Block number seven highlights the common belief that one lacks ideas. However, the truth is that ideas are abundant, waiting to be received through the crown chakra, our connection to the divine. Overcoming this block involves realizing the endless possibilities and not limiting oneself by thinking all good ideas have already been taken.

4. Embrace Your Interpretation of Ideas

Comparing your ideas to others or fearing they’ve been exhausted is counterproductive. Instead, embrace the uniqueness of your interpretation. Every person filters ideas through their own experiences, making each interpretation distinctive. Trusting in your interpretation eases the creative process—don’t waste time doubting or second-guessing.

5. Sparking Creativity with Story Cubes and Scrabble Tiles

For those seeking inspiration, tools and games like Rory’s Story Cubes and Scrabble tiles can ignite creativity. Randomly selecting three story cubes—the planet Earth, a bee, and a parachute—creates a foundation for a story. Similarly, combining Scrabble tiles (R, R, I, C, K, A) could inspire character names like “Rick” or “Erica.”

6. Your Story is Your Wealth

If you find these methods intriguing and wish to dive deeper into storytelling, my coaching program, “Your Story is Your Wealth” offers guidance. Whether you’re a budding storyteller or an experienced one seeking a fresh perspective, exploring these techniques can enrich your creative journey.


Trusting your ideas, overcoming writer’s blocks, and embracing unique interpretations are essential aspects of spiritual storytelling. As you embark on your storytelling journey, remember that trust is the bridge between intuition and creation. Allow your ideas to flow, embrace the abundance of creativity, and may your storytelling endeavors be both fulfilling and transformative. If you’re interested in exploring these concepts further, consider checking out “Your Story is Your Wealth” coaching program or my book, “Closer to Indigo” on Amazon.

Wishing you a day filled with creativity and remember to trust in your storytelling ideas!


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Closer to Indigo by Maria Koropecky
Closer to Indigo by Maria Koropecky

Rory’s Story Cubes
Rory’s Story Cubes

What Colour is Your Parachute by Richard N. Bolles
What Color is Your Parachute? by Richard N. Bolles

Tile Lock Scrabble Game
Tile Lock Scrabble Game

Around The World In 80 Days by Jules Verne
Around The World In 80 Days (1956)

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